1. Jourdyn Campbell Joins Louisiana Softball

    Jourdyn Campbell Joins Louisiana Softball

    Jul 14, 2021

    LAFAYETTE – Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns Softball head coach Gerry Glasco announced on Tuesday (July 13) the addition of Jourdyn Campbell (Kingwood, Texas) to the program's roster for the 2021-22 academic year.Campbell becomes a Ragin' Cajun after competing at Texas A&M from 2020-21. She has three seasons of eligibility remaining."Jourdyn (Campbell) is an extremely athletic player with size, speed and power who will fit in well with our offensive style," Glasco said. "Defensively, she can play any position in the infield or excel in the outfield."She is also a tremendous student who excels in the classroom," Glasco added. "We believe she will bring excitement and discipline to our team for the next three years."An infielder, who played shortstop all four years of her prep career, Campbell started all 26 games for Texas A&M as a freshman in the shortened 2020 season, hitting .329 and leading the Aggies in doubles (13) while posting 15 RBI. She ranked second in the nation in doubles and eighth in doubles per game.The Kingwood, Texas product started 15 games and had 45 plate appearances for the Aggies this past spring. She continued her extra base hit prowess with 60 percent of her total hits falling in the category.Campbell posted a career .382 average and 19 home runs over her final three prep seasons at Kingwood (Texas) High School, receiving first team All-District honors, the team Offensive MVP award and All-American accolades from Extra Innings Softball and Premier Girls Fastpitch.She played three years of summer softball for Impact Gold under KC Jackson, helping produce two Top 10 finishes.Campbell will be arriving in Louisiana with Extra Inning Softball's No. 1-ranked recruiting class this August for the start of the fall 2021 semester.The recruiting class includes: Jacquelyn and Jessica Adams (Bryan, Texas/Bryan HS), Laney Credeur (Old Mines, Mo./Kingston K-14 School), Kramer Eschete (Brenham, Texas/Brenham HS), Kayla Falterman (The Woodlands, Texas/The Woodlands HS), Samantha Graeter (Spring, Texas/Oak Ridge HS), Maddie Hayden (West Monroe, La./West Monroe HS), Elia Hebel (Albany, Texas/Albany HS), Samantha Landry (Mont Belvieu, Texas/Barbers Hill HS), Alexa Langeliers (Keller, Texas/Keller HS), Tyler Oubre (Destrehan, La./Destrehan HS) and McKenzie Wittenberg (Fort Myers, Fla./Riverdale HS).
  2. NCAA Adopts Interim Name, Image and Likeness Policy

    NCAA Adopts Interim Name, Image and Likeness Policy

    Jul 1, 2021

    NCAA college athletes will have the opportunity to benefit from their name, image and likeness beginning Thursday. Governance bodies in all three divisions today adopted a uniform interim policy suspending NCAA name, image and likeness rules for all incoming and current student-athletes in all sports.
  3. Virginia Wesleyan Claims Their Third DIII NCAA Title

    Virginia Wesleyan Claims Their Third DIII NCAA Title

    Jun 2, 2021

    SALEM, Va. —  Tournament Most Outstanding Pitcher Hanna Hull tossed a five-hitter and All-Tournament selection Ariana Rolle had three hits, including an RBI single in the fifth that triggered the run rule, giving Virginia Wesleyan its third NCAA Division III national championship in the past four tournaments on Tuesday at the Moyer Sports Complex.
  4. NCAA Division II Regional Rankings Released

    NCAA Division II Regional Rankings Released

    May 6, 2021

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  5. Mark Allister's 2021 Division III College Softball Season Preview

    Mark Allister's 2021 Division III College Softball Season Preview

    Feb 24, 2021

    Mark Allister is the author of Women’s College Softball on the Rise: A Season Inside the Game. He will be writing on DIII softball this spring and would welcome story ideas and comments at allister@stolaf.edu
  6. Jackson Vaughan: The Secret To Linfield Softball's Success

    Jackson Vaughan: The Secret To Linfield Softball's Success

    Feb 2, 2021

    Mark Allister is the author of Women’s College Softball on the Rise: A Season Inside the Game. He will be writing on DIII softball this spring and would welcome story ideas and comments at allister@stolaf.edu