Rising Stars And Florida Vs. FSU: How To Watch, Time, And Live Stream Info

Rising Stars will stream LIVE October 21-22 from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, at Central Park (fields 2-5 only). Not only will FloSoftball feature the top club teams out of the Southeast, but the biggest in-state rivalry will also be LIVE on FloSoftball.

SEE SCHEDULE

null

By far the best matchup in the fall, Florida and Florida State face off on October 22 at 10 AM ET LIVE on FloSoftball. These two teams have traded blows over the last several years with the 'Noles getting the last win, but it was the Gators who went on to the Women's College World Series.

Both squads lost one of their aces and both picked up fresh arms to go into battle on Saturday. Florida lost Delanie Gourley and gained another ace in Natalie Lugo. Florida State graduated Jessica Burroughs and added transfer Kylee Hanson.

Expect to see newcomers thrust into the limelight early. Last year, Cassidy Davis got the start for the Seminoles and she shut out the Gators when she was in the game. Don't be surprised to see Natalie Lugo or Katie Chronister get the start for the Gators. Savanna Copeland and Kylee Hanson will probably log some innings for the 'Noles as well.

This in-state rivalry will not disappoint, with talent stacked on both rosters.

[polldaddy poll="9854089"]

Don't miss the Florida vs. FIU matchup happening on October 22 at 2 PM ET LIVE on FloSoftball!

null


How To Watch

On TV: Now Available on Roku & Apple TV 4
STREAMING: Yearly FloPRO access is to ALL FloSports sites. SIGN UP HERE


Join The Conversation On Social


Follow us on Twitter @FloSoftball
Follow us on Instagram @FloSoftball
Like us on Facebook


Get Featured On FloSoftball's Social Media

Will you be at the game? Tag your videos and photos with @FloSoftball and you might just see it pop up on our Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook page.


Get More From FloSoftball!
Sign up for the FloSoftball newsletter for instant access to: Breaking News, Live Streams, Rankings, Technique Videos and more!




New NCAA Transfer Rule Waives Permission-To-Contact Process

Gary Vasquez/USA TODAY Sports

Good news for college players who want to transfer. NCAA Division I student-athletes will now have the ability to transfer without granted permission from their current schools, effective October 15, 2018. 

FloSoftball Accepting FAB 50 Club Teams Nominations

Orlando Ramirez/USA TODAY Sports

We are currently updating the FAB 50 club rankings and want to hear from you about the top teams in the country!

Eugene Lenti Retires After 37 Seasons As DePaul Softball Coach

DePaul Athletics

After a nearly 40-year run at DePaul, Eugene Lenti has retired as the Blue Demons' head softball coach.

This Week's Verbal Commitments & Team Changes (6/14)

Orlando Jorge Ramirez/USA TODAY Sports

We are still catching up on many verbals that were made before the early contact date was changed. This week alone we've added more than 70 commits, along with some team changes.

Join PRO Now to Get Unlimited Access to FloSoftball!

Join Now

Already a PRO Member? Log In

USSSA Pride To Host NPF’s First-Ever LGBT Pride Night

USSSA Pride

As we kick off June’s LGBT Month, the USSSA Pride announced they will host professional softball’s first-ever LGBT Pride Night on June 20 to celebrate diversity and inclusion. 

The Ugly Side Of Early Specialization

Orlando Ramirez/USA TODAY Sports

By Kaila Holtz @kailaholtz

Amanda Lorenz Joins USA WNT At Japan All-Star Series

Rob Ferguson/USA TODAY Softball

OKLAHOMA CITY — USA Softball announced today that Amanda Lorenz (Moorpark, Calif.) will be joining the USA Softball Women’s National Team (WNT) at the 2018 Japan All-Star Series.  Lorenz, an outfielder who will be entering her senior season at the University of Florida, returns to the USA Softball WNT program with previous experience, having played on the 2016 Women's Elite Team.Lorenz, along with the Japan All-Star Series roster, will go through training camp and exhibition games this week at the Scrap Yard Complex before setting their sights on the Japan All-Star Series June 20-23, 2018 where they will face the Japan National Team in a three-game series.Led by Head Coach Laura Berg (Corvallis, Ore./Head Coach at Oregon State), Patty Gasso (Torrance, Calif./Head Coach at Oklahoma), Melyssa Lombardi (Glendale, Ariz./Associate Head Coach at Oklahoma) and two-time Olympian Natasha Watley (Irvine, Calif./Director of Operations at CSUN) will serve as Assistant Coaches for the 2018 USA Softball Japan All-Star Series roster.

FloSoftball Partners With AthPro360 To Launch FloShowdown ID Camps

Gary Rohman/USA TODAY Sports

FloSoftball, the innovator in live and original softball content, today announced an exclusive partnership with AthPro360 to launch the FloShowdown ID camps for 14U to 18U and JUCO players. AthPro360 is the world’s most comprehensive and technologically advanced collegiate athletic recruiting and player development platform. 

Rutgers Named Kristen Butler Head Softball Coach

PISCATAWAY, N.J. (June 8, 2018) – Rutgers Athletics has announced the hiring of Kristen Butler as the next head coach of the Scarlet Knights' softball program. A former SEC Player of the Year and record-setting professional softball player in the United States and Japan, Butler has spent the last four seasons turning around the program as head coach at Toledo while earning the 2018 Mid-American Conference Coach of the Year honor.

Renee Gillispie Named Iowa Softball Head Coach

UCF Athletics

IOWA CITY, Iowa -- Renee Gillispie has been named head softball coach at the University of Iowa, Henry B. and Patricia B Tippie Director of Athletics Chair Gary Barta announced Friday.