1. How Duke Softball Built A Powerhouse In Less Than Four Seasons

    How Duke Softball Built A Powerhouse In Less Than Four Seasons

    Mar 31, 2021

    Building a program from the ground up is like building a house. You need a solid foundation, reliable tools, and a team of people tasked with a specific job.
  2. Why Team Unity Is a Cornerstone For Towson Softball's Success

    Why Team Unity Is a Cornerstone For Towson Softball's Success

    Mar 30, 2021

    When the coronavirus pandemic put an abrupt end to the Towson Tigers’ season last March, outfielder Nicole Kidwiler felt a deep sense of loss. It wasn’t for herself, but for the seniors. Through no fault of their own, they had been robbed of the chance to go out on a high note.
  3. 10 Groundbreaking Women Of Softball

    10 Groundbreaking Women Of Softball

    Mar 29, 2021

    Mark Allister is the author of Women’s College Softball on the Rise: A Season Inside the Game. He welcomes story ideas and comments at allister@stolaf.edu.
  4. JMU Dukes Softball Never Backs Down From A Challenge

    JMU Dukes Softball Never Backs Down From A Challenge

    Mar 18, 2021

    James Madison University head softball coach Loren LaPorte is becoming accustomed to change. The past year has certainly had its fair share. Since last March, LaPorte has experienced a shutdown 19 games into the season, having a baby, a reduced schedule this season, and two games already canceled due to COVID-19.
  5. 2021 CAA Softball Season Preview: What To Watch For

    2021 CAA Softball Season Preview: What To Watch For

    Mar 13, 2021

    An 18-game divisional conference softball schedule is planned for the Colonial Athletic Association for the 2021 season, with double round-robin action on the slate within the division.
  6. The Story Of Kami Kortokrax's Verbal Commitment To Ohio State

    The Story Of Kami Kortokrax's Verbal Commitment To Ohio State

    Mar 9, 2021

    Committing is a time that all hard-working athletes look forward to, but it can also be one of the hardest decisions we have to make. My name is Kami Kortokrax and I am a senior at Bishop Hartley High School in Columbus, Ohio. I was blessed to be a part of the Beverly Bandits that are nationally known for the level of softball they play at.