1. Choppers vs. Bandits Gallery | 2021 PGF National Championship Premier 12U

    Choppers vs. Bandits Gallery | 2021 PGF National Championship Premier 12U

    Aug 11, 2021

    Find the Choppers vs. Bandits softball photo gallery from the 2021 PGF National Championship Premier 12U. Photos by John McCoy of USA TODAY Sports.
  2. For Birmingham Thunderbolts Roberson, Intangibles Make a Difference

    For Birmingham Thunderbolts Roberson, Intangibles Make a Difference

    Jul 23, 2021

    What does it mean to be a Birmingham Thunderbolt?
  3. What To Watch For At 2021 PGF Nationals Premier 16U

    What To Watch For At 2021 PGF Nationals Premier 16U

    Jul 23, 2021

    As the 2021 summer travel softball season winds down, the best 16U teams from across the nation will converge on Southern California to compete in the Premier Girls Fastpitch National Championship tournament. A quick look at some of the top teams competing is below.
  4. What To Watch For At The 2021 PGF Nationals Premier 18U

    What To Watch For At The 2021 PGF Nationals Premier 18U

    Jul 22, 2021

    Give us the ocean cool breeze, the fruit lady, and late nights of amazing softball. Premier Girls Fastpitch Nationals is finally here. FloSoftball will be streaming all eight fields from Huntington Beach Sports Complex from July 27-30 and from July 30-31 we will stream the Platinum Championships. Below we take a look at some of the top teams that will be playing over the weekend.
  5. 2021 USA Softball Junior Olympic Cup | Championship Day Recap

    2021 USA Softball Junior Olympic Cup | Championship Day Recap

    Jun 26, 2021

    COLUMBUS, GA. – Sixty-three teams battled all throughout the week, narrowing the playing field to two final teams per division on the final day of the 2021 USA Softball Junior Olympic (JO) Cup. After three thrilling Championship matchups, a 14-Under, 16-Under and 18-Under Champion raised their trophies at South Commons Complex. The Championship games kicked off this morning with the 14-Under finalists taking the field. Atlanta Vipers 14U Harris took the trophy with a 3-0 shutout win over Florida Impact Gold Ladd 06. In the 16-Under division, Hotshots Premier 2022 Alabama got down early but fought back to defeat Ohio Hawks 16U National, 5-3. The final game of the week ended in dramatic fashion as LLG DPS Corn rallied from behind to clinch a 6-5 victory over Atlanta Vipers 18U-Holbrook, securing their second consecutive USA Softball JO Cup Championship. 14-Under: Atlanta Vipers 14U Harris vs. Impact Gold Ladd 06  Atlanta Vipers 14U Gold Harris struck first and never looked back. After a dropped third strike, Jordan Williams (Atlanta Vipers 14U Gold Harris) took off and reached first base before advancing to second on a sacrifice bunt from Avery Callaway (Atlanta Vipers 14U Gold Harris). Williams scored the first run of the game on a single from Desiree Trudel (Atlanta Vipers 14U Gold Harris). Both teams were quiet in the second inning as solid defense retired each side in order. Kaitlyn Everson (Florida Impact Gold Ladd 06) singled in the top of the third, but Hannah Cole (Atlanta Vipers 14U Gold Harris) took care of business in the circle and worked out of the inning without allowing a run. Izzy Carlyle (Atlanta Vipers 14U Gold Harris) drew a walk to start off the bottom of the frame for Atlanta Vipers and advanced on a sacrifice bunt from Williams. A single from Trudel plated Carlyle, extending the Vipers lead to 2-0. Florida Impact got on base after Neveah Hayes (Florida Impact Gold Ladd 06) singled to left field to start the fourth. A sacrifice bunt and a single moved Hayes to third before Makenna Sturgis (Florida Impact Gold Ladd 06) was hit by a pitch, loading the bases. Once again, Cole took back control and found a way out of the jam, leaving the inning unscathed. The Vipers put two on with no outs in the bottom of the fifth after a single from Carlyle and Williams reaching on an error. In the circle for Florida Impact, Reese Gill (Florida Impact Gold Ladd 06) fired back with a strikeout and a fly out to end the inning. A no-doubt, leadoff home run from Cadence Alberty (Atlanta Vipers 14U Gold Harris) gave the Vipers a 3-0 lead in the bottom of the sixth inning. Cole retired Florida Impact in order to secure the Vipers 3-0 victory and the coveted title of 2021 USA Softball JO Cup 14-Under Champion.16-Under: Ohio Hawks 16U National vs. Hotshots Premier 2022 AlabamaOhio Hawks 16U National started the game hot, getting an early 2-0 lead on Hotshots Premier 2022 Alabama in the second inning. Hotshots Premier fired back in the third with a rally that was sparked by back-to-back base knocks. Emmorie Burke (Hotshots Premier) crushed a double that one-hopped the left field fence, resulting in two runs to tie the contest. Hotshots Premier continued to chip away at the Ohio Hawks defense, tacking on two more runs in the fourth when Tenly Grisham (Hotshots Premier) laced a double to the outfield. The Ohio Hawks put up a run in the bottom of the sixth to bring the score to 5-3, but were unable to produce anything else. Hotshots Premier's defense once again shut down Ohio Hawks in the seventh to win the game and the title of the 2021 USA Softball JO Cup 16-Under Champion. 18-Under: Atlanta Vipers 18U - Holbrook vs. LLG DPS Corn 18UTyesha Williams (LLG DPS Corn) drew a walk to start the game for LLG before advancing to third on a ground ball hit by Malaka Lanette (LLG DPS Corn) followed by an error. A single from Elisa Smith (LLG DPS Corn) brought both Williams and Lanette in to score, putting LLG up early, 2-0. Jaydyn Goodwin (Atlanta Vipers 18U-Holbrook) knocked a single in her first at-bat for Atlanta Vipers 18U-Holbrook as did Makenna Segal (Atlanta Vipers 18U-Holbrook), but Lauren Wills (LLG DPS Corn) ended their rally by forcing a groundout to get out of the inning without a run scored. LLG posted another run in the top of the second when Reagan Hartley (LLG DPS Corn) scored on a passed ball, extending their lead to 3-0. The Vipers answered back in a hurry, forcing two LLG errors in the bottom of the fifth that led to one run. The Vipers continued their tear, tying things up two plays later when Goodwin reached on an error to score two more runs. The rally was ended by a groundout, but not before the Vipers took the lead 5-3. In the top of the sixth, LLG found their stride and put runners on base. LLG put even more pressure on the defense when Karlee Mae (LLG DPS Corn) stole home to bring her team within one run. A walk and a wild pitch to follow would put LLG up 6-5 going into the final inning. The Vipers wouldn’t go down without a fight as Lauren Flanders (Atlanta Vipers 18U-Holbrook) singled in the bottom of the seventh to put a runner on base. However, Lauren Wiles (LLG DPS Corn) remained calm under pressure and forced a fly out to end the game and secure LLG’s second consecutive USA Softball JO Cup title.
  6. What To Watch For At 2021 Colorado 4th Of July Tournament

    What To Watch For At 2021 Colorado 4th Of July Tournament

    Jun 24, 2021

    During a one-week span beginning at the end of June and finishing up on the 4th of July, over 800 softball teams will arrive in the greater Denver area. This year the Colorado 4th of July tournament is celebrating its 52nd anniversary, and as always, will feature some of the top club softball teams from across the country.
  7. 2021 Tulsa Elite Summer Invite Photo Gallery

    2021 Tulsa Elite Summer Invite Photo Gallery

    Jun 13, 2021

    Find the 2021 Tulsa Elite Summer Invite softball photo gallery. Photos by Rob Ferguson of USA TODAY Sports.
  8. What To Watch For At The 2021 Tulsa Elite Summer Invite

    What To Watch For At The 2021 Tulsa Elite Summer Invite

    Jun 4, 2021

    Every year since 2011, the weekend following the NCAA Division I Women’s College World Series marks the pilgrimage of some of the top travel softball teams in the country converging in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma to compete in the Annual Tulsa Elite Summer Invite. That first year, 16 teams took to four fields, and today the event has grown to become one of the nation’s top recruiting events of the year. From Wednesday-Sunday, well over 100 college coaches attend the tournament held at Arrowhead Park, offering a single 12-field complex allowing for maximum exposure.
  9. How to Watch: 2021 PGF National Championships 10U/12U/14U

    How to Watch: 2021 PGF National Championships 10U/12U/14U

    Mar 12, 2021

    Here's how to watch the 2021 PGF National Championships 10U/12U/14U on FloSoftball.
  10. How to Watch: 2021 PGF National Championships 12U Premier

    How to Watch: 2021 PGF National Championships 12U Premier

    Mar 12, 2021

    Here's how to watch the 2021 PGF National Championships 12U Premier on FloSoftball.
  11. FloSports & Premier Girls Fastpitch Renew Partnership For Streaming Rights

    FloSports & Premier Girls Fastpitch Renew Partnership For Streaming Rights

    Mar 12, 2021

    AUSTIN, Texas (March 11, 2020) – FloSports, a leading sports streaming and original content network, today announced it has reached a four-year partnership extension with Premier Girls Fastpitch (PGF) to remain the exclusive global streaming provider for the PGF National Championships. Under terms of the deal, FloSoftball will air coverage of all age group competitions through the 2024 tournament, bolstering its status as the industry-leading platform for softball. 
  12. Cast Your Vote For The Best Dressed Club Softball Team Of 2020

    Cast Your Vote For The Best Dressed Club Softball Team Of 2020

    Dec 22, 2020

    It’s that time of the year where we ask the fans to vote for their favorite uniforms of the year.
  13. Texas Glory Softball: Key Principles To Live By And To Play By

    Texas Glory Softball: Key Principles To Live By And To Play By

    Nov 17, 2020

    When Kevin Shelton established Texas Glory Fastpitch in May 2000, the club was an informal structure consisting of a few teams. It wasn’t until 2007 that their full vision began to take shape.
  14. How The Texas Bombers Fastpitch Discovered Their Path To Success

    How The Texas Bombers Fastpitch Discovered Their Path To Success

    Nov 5, 2020

    Sooner or later, every coach experiences an epiphany, that moment when they discover their team’s true identity. For Texas Bombers Fastpitch coach Scott Smith, it happened eight years into the club’s existence.
  15. Rising Star: For 2023 Kayden Henry, Mediocrity Is Not An Option

    Rising Star: For 2023 Kayden Henry, Mediocrity Is Not An Option

    Oct 12, 2020

    One of the first things you’ll notice when scrolling through Kayden Henry’s Twitter feed is the post pinned to the top. It’s a quote from Bob Shipley, a former Texas high school coach and athletics director. The first sentence is particularly meaningful to Kayden, a left-handed-hitting outfielder for Texas Bombers-Smith: