Senior Outfielder Alexis Mack Becomes Eighth Player To Leave Oregon

Oregon Ducks Softball senior leadoff batter and outfielder, Alexis Mack, has announced that she will opt out of participation in the 2019 season and will submit into the NCAA transfer portal for consideration for the 2020 season.

In 2017, Mack tied as the PAC-12 league leader in batting average (.424), ranked 1st the PAC-12 in stolen bases (28), and had the top statistics in 2017 for the Ducks team in batting average, on base percentage, runs scored, and stolen bases.

Last season, Mack started all 62 games and again led the Ducks in stolen bases ranking 2nd in the PAC-12 (24) and ranked 8th and 9th respectively in the PAC-12 in batting average (.369) and runs scored (43).  Defensively, she was perfect in the field (1.000) recording outs in 46 of total chances.

Her contributions helped UO reach the WCWS the last two seasons and earned her WCWS All-Tournament Team honors (2017), NCAA All-Region First Team (2018).

2022 Catcher Maci Bergeron Is Slugging Her Way To The Top

When does greatness begin? At birth? Once a person starts playing a sport? When he or she gets to high school? 

Northwestern Southpaw Danielle Williams Does It All

College Softball Is Here

A four-time FloSoftball High School All-American during her years at Amador Valley High School, Northwestern first-year Danielle Williams made the move to Evanston from Pleasanton, California as the Prep2Prep Sports 2018 North Coast Section Player of the Year and first-team All-North Coast Section.

Rising Star: Aspen Wesley, Future Mississippi State Ace

Aspen Wesley once had visions of playing college basketball. But when the No. 1 Neshoba Central (Mississippi) High Rockets pitcher got her first taste of pitching in the circle at age eight, softball became her new passion.

NPF 2019 Draft Selections Announced

The Chicago Bandits select Florida pitcher Kelly Barnhill as the No. 1 overall pick in the 2019 NPF draft. 

2019 NPF College Draft: How To Watch

It's that time of the year! Some of the best seniors in the nation are taking the next step to become professional athletes. National Pro Fastpitch will be holding its college draft at ACME Feed & Seed in Nashville. Who will be the No. 1 pick this year?

Jessie Harper, Dejah Mulipola, Alyssa Palomino Blast Arizona Record Books

The junior class for the Arizona Wildcats is on a mission to be one of the greatest collection of players not just in program history, but in the nation. Leading the way are a trio — Jessie Harper, Dejah Mulipola, and Alyssa Palomino-Cardoza — who have combined for 50 home runs this season, the most for any three players from one team.

2019 NPF Mock Draft

Historically, pitchers have been the top picks in the NPF draft but we predict this year will be different. Cowles Cup champs USSSA Pride and runner-up Chicago Bandits are stacked with elite pitchers and are in need of position players to strengthen their lineups and defense.

Rising Star: 2020 McNeese State-commit Aaliyah "Papi" Ortiz

Aaliyah Ortiz is better known as “Papi” or “Big Papi,” by her teammates and coaches. The nickname fits, not just because she shares the same last name as the Boston Red Sox star, but because of how her offensive impact on the softball field resembles that of David “Big Papi” Ortiz. 

Through Adversity, Tara Trainer Learns the True Meaning of Success

EXCLUSIVE: On The Field With Indiana

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It’s easier to have fun when things are going well. Indiana Hoosiers right-hander Tara Trainer was having her share of good times as a freshman in 2016.

How The NW Bullets Emerged As The Northwest's Premier Club

In 2005, Dennis Muir, Tony Campos, and Warren Hall started the Northwest Bullets. This team of coaches wanted to provide a program for players from the Northwest that would allow them to train and play on the national stage. Campos added, “The purpose of the team was to bring together the best athletes in the northwest, to develop their skills and prepare them to play on a national stage and be recruited by top programs.”