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NPF Expands West Adding California Commotion To 2020 Season
Nov 13, 2019FloSoftball Staff
NASHVILLE, TN (November 13, 2019) – National Pro Fastpitch announced today the addition of a new affiliate team that will enter the regular-season competition with the league in 2020. The California Softball Commotion (CSC) will give the league a west coast presence for the first time since 2005.
Rising Star: Auburn-Commit Jessie Blaine Is Great At Just About Everything
Nov 12, 2019Stephen Kerr
At 17, Jessie Blaine has become accustomed to constant change. She was born in Wentzville, Missouri, but the right-handed-hitting catcher for Firecrackers TJ has lived in 11 different places throughout her childhood, including the state of Virginia four times. She’s currently enrolled as a junior at San Clemente (California) High, her third high school.
Top 25 Division I Softball Recruiting Classes For 2020 Prospects
The class of 2020 was certainly an impact class over the summer. No. 1 recruit Jayda Coleman and No. 3 Bailey Dowling captured Gold at the U-19 World Cup over Japan. While Auburn-commit Madi Penta and Arizona State-commit Allison Royalty pitched their way to National Championships. We break down the top 25 college softball recruiting classes.
Kaitlyn Alderink Will Finish The 2020 Season With Louisiana
Nov 7, 2019FloSoftball Staff
LAFAYETTE – Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns Softball strengthened the depth of the infielders on its 2020 roster on Wednesday, and gained veteran experience for the group, as head coach Gerry Glasco announced the addition of Kaitlyn Alderink.
Rutgers Softball Coaches Under Fire, Accused Of Abuse From Former Players
Nov 5, 2019Christopher Girandola
A scathing report published Wednesday by Keith Sargeant and Matthew Stanmyre of NJ Advance Media alleges Rutgers University head coach Kristin Butler and her husband Marcus Smith, who serves as a volunteer assistant coach, created an environment during Butler’s inaugural season that resulted in physical and emotional abuse.
SoftballCloud, a data aggregate software platform with long ties to the baseball community and partnerships with some of the key players in the technology industry, is taking the softball world by storm. SoftballCloud offers its customers a single platform to analyze and view data collected from multiple hardware sources including: Diamond Kinetics, 4D Motion, FlightScope, Yakkertech, Trackman, Blast Motion, Hittrax, and GameSense Sports. New partners are added frequently as the SoftballCloud name and brand become more prevalent in the market.
USA U17 Men's National Team Tops No. 2 Canada At Pan American
Nov 4, 2019FloSoftball Staff
GUATEMALA CITY — In their U-17 Men’s Pan American Championship opener, the USA Softball U-17 Men’s National Team (MNT) claimed an impressive 10-5 eight-inning victory over world-ranked No. 2 Canada. Cody Gibbons (St. Paul, Minn.) went the distance for the Red, White, and Blue, while the offense exploded with a six-run eighth inning to capture the win.
When players are given the opportunity to come through in the clutch, some ramp up their adrenaline, become overanxious, and often walk away disappointed with the result. Others, like Peyton Bannon, have the ability to calm their breathing, slow the pace of the game in their mind, and not allow the moment to overtake them.
Softball Data Analysis Made Easy With SoftballCloud
In today’s evolving fastpitch market, there is one product that stands alone atop the mountain of technology and data-driven products out there. That product is one that combines the information from eleven different data measuring products into one incredible software platform. SoftballCloud takes its users from being overwhelmed with numbers and data metrics to looking like a professional that has taken hours to study the data. The difference is as simple as “A” or “B”:
Gem Of The Hills: How To Watch, Time, & Live Stream Info
The Gem Softball Showcase, Central Florida’s newest college showcase tournament, incorporates FlightScope’s data technology to demonstrate to college coaches which players are true “gamers” in a five-game guarantee (4-1 format) where all games count.