National Fastpitch Coaches Association named Brittany Adair an All-American after her 2021 record-setting season. She was named a Second Team At-Large-Pitcher All-American for the NFCA after her first season with FHU.
Adair posted a 1.27 ERA in 154 innings pitched and an 18-6 record. She struck out 251 batters, while opponents hit just .125 against her. She had 16 complete games and nine shutouts. In the Mid-South Conference, Adair ranked second in ERA, first in batting average against, second in innings pitched per game, fourth in total innings pitched, second in strikeouts per game, second in total strikeouts, second in hits per game, third in total hits allowed, fourth in runs allowed and third in wins.
Nationally, Adair was second in opponent batting average, sixth in total strikeouts and top 15 in ERA. She had 13 double-digit strikeout performances. She tied the single-game Lady Lion record for strikeouts, punching out 18 in a win over Blue Mountain College April 6.
A right-handed pitcher from Spring Hill, Tennessee, Adair was named First Team All-Conference and NFCA All-Region VI. She transferred to FHU from the University of North Alabama.