1. New Professional Softball League with Lauren Chamberlain as Commissioner

    New Professional Softball League with Lauren Chamberlain as Commissioner

    Oct 1, 2021

    Oklahoma City, OK - WPF (Women's Professional Fastpitch) is excited to announce the launch of their new professional softball league, slated to begin play in June of 2022. WPF aims to provide a long-lasting and viable option for softball players post-collegiate play, with the ultimate goal of making the professional dream a real possibility for young girls across the world.
  2. Japan Tops USA for Olympic Gold | Canada Earns Bronze

    Japan Tops USA for Olympic Gold | Canada Earns Bronze

    Jul 28, 2021

    Japan captured its second consecutive gold medal with a  2-0 win over the United States at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Yukiko Ueno provided six shutout innings and her squad scored single runs in the fourth and fifth innings to earn the shutout victory.
  3. Walk-Off Win Over Australia Puts Team USA In Gold Medal Game

    Walk-Off Win Over Australia Puts Team USA In Gold Medal Game

    Jul 25, 2021

    For the fifth time in as many Olympics the sport has been played, the U.S. softball team will be playing for a gold medal.Amanda Chidester’s two-run, walk-off single in the bottom of the eighth inning propelled the U.S. past Australia 2-1 Sunday at Yokohama Baseball Stadium in Yokohama, Japan. Monica Abbott struck out 13 while allowing just three hits for the U.S., while Tarni Stepto scattered five hits for Australia.By virtue of winning its first four games of pool play, the top-ranked Americans clinched a shot at their fourth gold medal Tuesday. They will play either second-ranked Japan (3-0) or third-ranked Canada (2-1) — who play one another later Sunday — for gold. The format for these Olympics is the top two teams in pool play will battle for gold, while the third- and fourth-place teams vie for bronze.The U.S. wraps up pool play Monday against Japan, who beat the Americans 3-1 for the gold medal in the 2008 Beijing Olympics, the last time softball was played in the Games.Offense has been hard to come by in the Olympics for the U.S. The same was true against Australia. Center fielder Haylie McCleney led off the bottom of the first inning with a triple to right field but was thrown out at the plate two batters later. The U.S. had two on with one out in the third, but a double play erased that threat. Two more runners reached in the fifth, but Australia got out of it unscathed.Abbott, one of two returning Olympians on the U.S. team (along with fellow pitcher Cat Osterman), had to work out of one jam, which came in the sixth inning. Australia put the first two runners on before Abbott got back-to-back pop outs. Abbott’s second walk of the inning loaded the bases, but she struck out pinch-hitter Michelle Cox for her 10th punchout of the game.With the score tied 0-0 the game moved to extra innings. In the top of the eighth — which started with a runner at second base — Abbott uncharacteristically walked three batters, forcing in a run. It was the first allowed by the U.S. in the Tokyo Olympics.With Ally Carda pinch-running at second to start the bottom of the inning, McCleney singled to shortstop and Janie Reed bunted the runners to second and third. Chidester then drilled the first pitch she saw from Stepto into the left-center gap, easily scoring Carda and McCleney and sending the U.S. to the gold-medal game.
  4. Team USA Remains Undefeated After 1-0 Victory Over Canada

    Team USA Remains Undefeated After 1-0 Victory Over Canada

    Jul 22, 2021

    TOKYO, Japan –– Behind the arm of Monica Abbott (Salinas, Calif.), the U.S. Olympic Softball Team edged past No. 3 Canada with a 1-0 shutout win in Game 2 of the Tokyo Olympic Games. Abbott tossed a complete-game shutout with nine strikeouts while limiting the Canada offense to one hit through seven innings.  The U.S. offense combined for seven hits on the day with Amanda Chidester (Allen Park, Mich.) pushing their solo run across the plate in the top of fifth.
  5. Team USA Wins 2-0 Over Italy in Opening Round of Tokyo Olympic Games

    Team USA Wins 2-0 Over Italy in Opening Round of Tokyo Olympic Games

    Jul 21, 2021

    TOKYO, Japan –– The U.S. Olympic Softball Team returned to the Olympic stage in shutout fashion today as the Red, White and Blue posted a 2-0 victory over No. 9 Italy in their Tokyo 2020 Olympic debut. Highlighting the day was Michelle Moultrie (Jacksonville, Fla.) who put the Eagles on the board first with an RBI single, while starting pitcher Cat Osterman (Houston, Texas) posted a nine-strikeout performance before Monica Abbott (Salinas, Calif.) closed out the win in the seventh inning.
  6. 2021 U18 USA Junior Women's National Team Announced

    2021 U18 USA Junior Women's National Team Announced

    Jun 26, 2021

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The opportunity to represent the United States as a member of the 2021 USA Softball U-18 Junior Women’s National Team (JWNT) became real for 18 athletes following a two-day selection trial process held at the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex in Oklahoma City, Okla. Selected by members of the Junior Women’s National Team Selection Committee (JWNTSC), the 16-player roster and two replacement players will compete at the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) U-18 World Cup in Lima, Peru August 28 – September 5 and the Junior Pan American Games in Barranquilla, Columbia November 25 – December 5.
  7. USA Softball Announces Exhibition Games For U.S. Women's National Team

    USA Softball Announces Exhibition Games For U.S. Women's National Team

    Mar 4, 2021

    OKLAHOMA CITY – With less than five months until the Tokyo Olympic Games, USA Softball has added four exhibition contests for the U.S. Women’s National Team (WNT) in addition to the previously-announced three-game series against world-ranked No. 5 Mexico (March 8-10). 
  8. New Olympic Softball Schedule Announced For Tokyo 2021 Games

    New Olympic Softball Schedule Announced For Tokyo 2021 Games

    Jul 17, 2020

    Softball will have the honor of being the first event to take place at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games next year after the Organizing Committee unveiled today the details of the updated Olympic softball competition schedule following the unprecedented postponement of the Summer Games to 2021 as a consequence of the coronavirus pandemic.
  9. We Stand With You

    We Stand With You

    Jun 2, 2020

    The events of the last week have been tremendously painful to us all.
  10. Rising Star: 2022 Oklahoma State-Commit Haidyn Sokoloski

    Rising Star: 2022 Oklahoma State-Commit Haidyn Sokoloski

    May 27, 2020

    Haidyn Sokoloski was nine years old when she hit her first home run, a high fly ball that just managed to clear the fence on a field designed more for baseball than softball. That was seven years ago, but she remembers the scene like it was yesterday.
  11. Rising Star: Oklahoma Bound Shortstop Avery Hodge

    Rising Star: Oklahoma Bound Shortstop Avery Hodge

    May 21, 2020

    Last fall couldn’t have ended better for Avery Hodge. After nearly capturing the PGF Premier Nationals 16U title with Texas Bombers-Jones last summer, the left-handed-hitting shortstop was selected to represent Team USA at the U-17 Women’s Pan American Championship.
  12. VOTE: Round 2 Of FloSoftball's Movie Madness

    VOTE: Round 2 Of FloSoftball's Movie Madness

    Apr 28, 2020

    After round one, it's clear that y'all are A League Of Their Own fans. If you aren't a fan, I'm sorry but we can't be friends. Over 93% of you voted for the Gina Davis classic over Summer Catch. 
  13. VOTE: FloSoftball Movie Madness Bracket

    VOTE: FloSoftball Movie Madness Bracket

    Apr 16, 2020

    What are y'all doing?
  14. Now Streaming: FloFilms 24/7

    Now Streaming: FloFilms 24/7

    Apr 6, 2020

    'FloFilms 24/7' is a non-stop LIVE channel for you to enjoy all of our best original films and docu-series across the entire FloSports network.
  15. COVID-19 Restrictions Sideline Aussie Peppers For 2020 NPF Season

    COVID-19 Restrictions Sideline Aussie Peppers For 2020 NPF Season

    Mar 31, 2020

    Nashville, TN (March 31, 2020) – National Pro Fastpitch (NPF) announced today the Travelodge Aussie Spirit squad, known in the NPF as the Aussie Peppers of Minnesota, will not be able to participate in the 2020 season of NPF competition.