We've already given you a look at Division I softball's top strikeout pitchers. Now let's take a look at the offense. Here are the eight queens of swing who are currently leading Division I softball in total home runs.
Morgan Noad | Coastal Carolina | Sr. | 22 home runs
Ali Aguilar | Washington | Jr. | 20 home runs
Erika Piancastelli | McNeese St. | So. | 20 home runs
The sophomore sensation is following up a phenomenal freshman season (.430 batting average, 54 RBI and 18 home runs) with equally impressive play in 2016. She's hitting .417 and is tied at second for the most homers in DI.
Alex Bayne | Ohio State | Jr. | 18 home runs
Marjani Knighten | Nebraska | Jr. | 18 home runs
Lexie Elkins | Louisiana-Lafayette | Sr. | 17 home runs
Rachel Heinze | Mount St. Mary's | Jr. | 17 home runs
Heinze's offensive production has spiked in 2016. Last season, she finished with a .278 BA, 19 RBI and 6 homers, but she's followed that with a .339 average, 17 long balls and 36 RBI this season.
Tina Iosefa | Georgia | Sr. | 17 home runs