What To Watch For At The 2021 Judi Garman Classic
Mar 1, 2021
Holding true to most everything else over the past year, the 2021 version of the Judi Garman Classic will have a slightly different look.
Division I Softball: What To Watch For At 2021 THE Spring Games Feb 26-28
Feb 18, 2021
The last weekend of February will feature the final round of matchups for THE 2021 Spring Games round-robin tournament brackets, with the weekend’s games held at the Legends Way Ballfields in Clermont, Florida. Kentucky, Stetson, and FIU will join New Mexico State, who saw action in the first round of Spring Games action earlier in the month.
Winning Habits: North Texas Softball Explains Roadmap To Growing Success
Jan 19, 2021
Growing up in Lawton, Oklahoma, University of North Texas head softball coach Rodney DeLong was a die-hard Oklahoma Sooners football fan. When he began coaching softball, DeLong, now in his third season with the Mean Green, looked up to Sooners head softball coach Patty Gasso. So it was only fitting that on February 29, 2020, DeLong would lead his team to victory over the school he rooted for as a boy while making history at the same time.
How Oklahoma State Softball Climbs Steadily Toward The Top
Jan 14, 2021
During a recent staff meeting, Oklahoma State Director of Athletics Mike Holder was discussing the school’s spring season and the uncertainty that’s expected to come with it. At one point, he said something that particularly resonated with head softball coach Kenny Gajewski and his assistant coaches.
How UCLA Softball Finds The Silver Linings On And Off The Field
Dec 21, 2020
It’s a different feeling being defending national champions without playing a single Women’s College World Series game last season. Then again, just about everything in 2020 has been different thanks to a global pandemic, social unrest, and a college sports landscape that saw spring seasons abruptly halted.
Why The Fire Still Burns For Arizona Head Softball Coach Mike Candrea
Dec 10, 2020
University of Arizona head softball coach Mike Candrea didn’t set out to become the winningest college coach in the sport’s history. When he enrolled at Central Arizona College, his heart was set on playing major league baseball.