THE Spring Games, Steadfast In Its Commitment To Colleges & Softball Fans
Oct 28, 2020
While colleges and universities around the nation prepare for winter and spring sports, the team down in Florida prepares for what it expects to be the “best year ever.”
A Softball Player's Transfer Guide: The Road From JUCO To NCAA
Oct 12, 2020
By Gabrielle Forbes
“It’s not the end of the world if you don’t get a scholarship straight from high school. Don’t get down on yourself & don’t give up on the game. You’ve come this far, just keep going. If you think you are working hard, work harder. You’re able to put in the extra work to develop yourself for the next level. So whatever you have to do to make sure you will succeed, DO IT.”
NFCA National Convention Going Virtual In 2020
Aug 21, 2020
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Executive Director Carol Bruggeman and the NFCA Board of Directors announced today that the NFCA National Convention is going virtual in 2020.
Division II To Resume Normal Recruiting Calendars Sept. 1
Aug 17, 2020
The Division II Administrative Committee on Friday decided the division’s quiet recruiting period will end Aug. 31. Division II sports will resume their normal recruiting calendars Sept. 1.
THE Spring Games Hires Anthony Small As 2021 Umpire Assignor & Trainer
Aug 13, 2020
As THE Spring Games prepares for the 2021 season, the group of softball leadership out of Florida once again raises the bar on another key element of the World’s largest collegiate softball event by announcing the appointment of Anthony Small as it’s umpire assignor and coordinator.
UCSD Tritons Softball Transitions To The Division I Stage
Jul 21, 2020
After competing for 20 seasons in NCAA Division II, the UC San Diego Tritons are being reclassified to NCAA Division I. For Triton softball, this means the chance to compete with some of the biggest names in collegiate softball. After being crowned the 2019 West Region champions and competing for the National Championship for the first time in 7 years, Head Coach, Patti Gerckens is mapping out the future of her program in Division I headed by standout athletes Robyn Wampler, Sherriah Harrington, and returning senior Danica Kazakoff.