The 2023 season carved a place in history as one of the most significant ever for college softball.
Bear witness to greatness.
Oklahoma softball’s magical ride in 2023, in which it now sits just two wins away from the first three-peat of national championships in the sport in over three decades, had to start somewhere.
It’s a long, grueling break between June and February, but when the return of college softball eventually arrives, it makes all the waiting well worth it.
The first day of the Oklahoma Softball season at the Mark Campbell Invitational may be exactly what Sooners coach Patty Gasso wanted: a challenge.
There may not be a team at any level of college softball with more returning experience than the Stanford Cardinal.
It’s one thing to have returning talent, but long-term success is impossible if you don’t find ways to replace it.
The No. 14 Washington softball team saw Duke take the lead in the bottom of the fifth inning in its season-opening game at the Mark Campbell Invitational, but that lead didn’t last long.
Mark Campbell made a lasting impact on the sport of softball that is on display during the opening weekend of the college softball season.
Should you encounter a gang of students riding scooters on the Duke University campus, chances are it's the Blue Devils softball team.
The college softball season begins with a series of highly anticipated preseason tournaments that will help craft many teams' Women’s College World Series expectations.
The road to Oklahoma City begins at FloSoftball this February.
Two-time defending national champion Oklahoma begins its pursuit of a historic, third straight Women's College World Series title facing a stacked field at the Mark Campbell Invitational.
To follow Oklahoma softball in recent years is to follow history being written in real-time. According to pitcher Jordy Bahl, the buzz about the Sooners' excellence is completely external.
It took some time for elite college softball to reach the East Coast, but once it arrived, certain programs didn’t hold back from building juggernaut programs.