Montana Fouts, born to her parents, Stephanie Williams and Tim Fouts, is an American All-American softball pitcher who plays for the Alabama Crimson Tide.
Montana completed her schooling at East Carter High School in Grayson, Kentucky.
She was named Kentucky’s Miss Softball and Kentucky’s state Gatorade Player of the Year in softball in her schooling days.
As a freshman, she led Alabama softball to a berth in the year 2019 Women’s College World Series semifinals, where her team lost to Oklahoma by a score of 7–3.
On June 4, 2021, in the second round of the 2021 Women’s College World Series, she pitched the fifth perfect game in Women’s College World Series history and the first since Courtney Blades in 2000 in a 6–0 victory over UCLA.
|Birthday||June 4, 2000|
|Height||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|Parents||Stephanie Williams(Mother) and Tim Fouts(Father)|
|Siblings||Cody, Madison Fouts, and Makayla Williams|
Know About Montana Fouts’s Parents
Montana Fouts is born to her parents named Stephanie Williams(Mother) and Tim Fouts(Father).
She came with her mother to Grayson from Charleston, West Virginia.
Her mother remarried, and later they shifted to Grayson.
She loves to spend time with her mom and dad.
She has one brother named Cody and two sisters, whose names are Madison Fouts and Makayla Williams.
Meet Montana’s Father and Mother On Instagram
Montana Fouts has an Instagram account under her ID named @mfouts14.
Montana has 82K Followers on her Instagram account.
She has posted many photos with her father and mother on Instagram.
She has also mentioned her father as her coach in a post on her Instagram page.
She has posted many photos with her father, but she has limited pictures with her mother.
She has also posted her photos with her team and her siblings.