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  1. 2022 Division I Softball Tournament Preview

    2022 Division I Softball Tournament Preview

    May 17, 2022

    Basketball has its madness in March. But college softball can lay claim to some mayhem of its own that begins in mid-May and runs into June.
  2. Alabama, Auburn Headline Elevate The Stage Huntsville

    Alabama, Auburn Headline Elevate The Stage Huntsville

    Mar 2, 2022

    On Sunday at Elevate the Stage, expect to see a lot of NCAA action. With just two weeks left in the regular season, four top SEC teams will compete in Alabama.
  3. Daytona Beach Invitational: Michigan Headline Stacked Tourney

    Daytona Beach Invitational: Michigan Headline Stacked Tourney

    Nov 18, 2021

    Between nine games featuring five reigning NCAA Tournament teams over three days, the women’s Daytona Beach Invitational—held in the city’s Ocean Center within walking distance of the shore—is sure to provide an early-season test for schools and players vying for resume building and statement making.
  4. How to Watch: 2021 Daytona Beach Invitational

    How to Watch: 2021 Daytona Beach Invitational

    Oct 12, 2021

    Here's how to watch the 2021 Daytona Beach Invitational on FloHoops.
  5. Tony Baldwin Announces Completion of Georgia's Coaching Staff

    Tony Baldwin Announces Completion of Georgia's Coaching Staff

    Jul 14, 2021

    Written by Georgia Softball
  6. Tony Baldwin Named Next Georgia Softball Head Coach

    Tony Baldwin Named Next Georgia Softball Head Coach

    Jun 21, 2021

    ATHENS, Ga. – J. Reid Parker Director of Athletics Josh Brooks has announced Tony Baldwin as the next head coach of the University of Georgia softball program.  Baldwin becomes the third head coach in the 25-year history of Georgia softball. This is Baldwin's first head coaching job. He has served on the Georgia coaching staff under Lu Harris-Champer for nine seasons. During Baldwin's tenure on staff, Georgia has appeared in eight NCAA Tournaments (no tournament in 2020). The Bulldogs have advanced to six Super Regionals and three appearances in the Women's College World Series (2016, 2018, 2021). The Bulldogs are one of eight teams to make three or more appearances in Oklahoma City in the last five World Series.  "When you lose an incredible leader like Coach Lu (Harris-Champer), it is vital that your replacement has the ability build on established success and continue to elevate the program," Brooks said. "After a competitive search, I am confident we found the right person, leader and coach in Tony Baldwin. The outpouring of support for Tony from alumni and the nation's most respected coaches was impressive, but it was the strength of his internal and external relationships, his recruiting prowess, particularly in the state of Georgia, and his coaching reputation that set him apart. Tony has the combination of skill and leadership to ensure we are winning championships and making regular appearances in the Women's College World Series."   "I am extremely honored and thankful for the opportunity to lead the University of Georgia softball program," Baldwin said. "I am deeply appreciative that President Morehead, Athletic Director Josh Brooks, Senior Deputy Athletic Director Darrice Griffin, and Deputy Athletic Director Stephanie Ransom have entrusted me with this opportunity. I have so much pride for this program, all that it stands for, and the women that have built it. Today truly is a dream come true. I am humbled and so very honored to represent them as their head coach. "This is an exciting time for Georgia Softball," Baldwin continued. "Team 25 was a special group that achieved some exciting accomplishments. I am looking forward to getting Team 26 on campus and getting to work!" Baldwin's tenure in Athens includes a stint as the volunteer coach from 2011-12 before rejoining the staff in June 2014 as an assistant coach. He was promoted to associate head coach following the 2016 season. He has served as the Bulldogs' offensive coach and recruiting coordinator. Georgia has prided itself on keeping the state's best talent at home as every roster since 2017 has featured at least 50 percent in-state student-athletes. Two members of the 2021 signing class were ranked as top 20 recruits, both from Georgia.  Under Baldwin's tutelage, four Bulldogs have earned All-America honors including Alex Hugo, Cortni Emanual, Tino Iosefa, and Alyssa DiCarlo. His players have garnered 25 All-Region awards and 22 All-SEC honors from 2015-21.  Georgia hitters have thrived under Baldwin's guidance in Athens. The Bulldogs have hit over .300 and slugged over .500 in five of the last seven seasons, having hit 415 home runs in that span including 83 in 2021.   In 2019, Baldwin had the privilege of serving as an assistant coach of the USA Softball U-19 team. The U-19 women's national team brought home the bronze at the USA Softball International Cup. USA concluded the summer winning the 2019 World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) U-19 Women's Softball World Cup, becoming the first team to win three consecutive U-19 World Cup titles.  Before returning to Athens, Baldwin was an assistant coach at North Carolina. Under Baldwin's guidance, three Tar Heels were named to the 2014 All-ACC Team.  Prior to his first stint at Georgia as volunteer coach, Baldwin spent 14 years coaching Division I baseball. Baldwin was an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Michigan State from 2006-08. Before Michigan State, Baldwin was the assistant head baseball coach at Dartmouth College from 2003-05 after serving as the assistant coach from 1999-2003. Baldwin was the assistant coach at Butler University, his alma mater, from 1994-99, and was the head coach of the Decatur Blues, of the Central Illinois Collegiate League, in 1999. A native of Bloomington, Indiana, Baldwin graduated from Butler in 1995 with a degree in finance. He was a four-year starter at catcher for the Bulldogs. In 1994, he served as a team captain for the Bulldogs and earned All-MCC honors. Baldwin and his wife Suzanne have four children: Ella, Abby, Brady, and Katie.
  7. 2021 WCWS Recap | Division I

    2021 WCWS Recap | Division I

    Jun 12, 2021

    With a 5-1 win over Florida State in Wednesday afternoon’s winner-take-all game three of the 2021 NCAA Softball Women’s College World Series, the Oklahoma Sooners captured their third Nationa Championship in five years. The national title is OU coach Patty Gasso’s fifth while in Norman.
  8. Lu Harris-Champer Announces Retirement

    Lu Harris-Champer Announces Retirement

    Jun 6, 2021

    ATHENS, Ga. – After 25 seasons as a collegiate head softball coach, including 21 at the University of Georgia, head softball coach Lu Harris-Champer has announced her retirement.
  9. 2021 NCAA Division I Softball Super Regional Recap

    2021 NCAA Division I Softball Super Regional Recap

    Jun 1, 2021

    We now know the final eight teams headed to the 2021 Women’s College World Series. The 64-team field has been taken down to those worthy of a trip to Oklahoma City next weekend, now that this past weekend’s Super Regionals have come to a conclusion.
  10. How Oklahoma State Softball Climbs Steadily Toward The Top

    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.
  11. SEC Cancels Remaining 2019-20 Season

    SEC Cancels Remaining 2019-20 Season

    Mar 17, 2020

    The Southeastern Conference today announced that all regular-season conference and non-conference competitions are canceled for the remainder of the 2019-20 athletic year, including all remaining SEC championship events, due to continuing developments related to the coronavirus (COVID-19).
  12. SEC Suspends Spring Regular Season/Championship Competition

    SEC Suspends Spring Regular Season/Championship Competition

    Mar 12, 2020

    UPDATED: March 14, 2020
  13. Metroplex Challenge The Next Big Test For No. 1 Oklahoma

    Metroplex Challenge The Next Big Test For No. 1 Oklahoma

    Jan 16, 2020

    Oklahoma’s 2020 campaign can almost be seen as a farewell tour of sorts. It will be the final go-around for senior Maggie Nichols as she completes what has already been an amazing career.
  14. Alabama Softball Voted The Favorite In SEC Preseason Poll

    Alabama Softball Voted The Favorite In SEC Preseason Poll

    Jan 15, 2020

    TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The defending Southeastern Conference champion Alabama softball team is the preseason favorite for the 2020 title, as the SEC released its annual preseason coaches' poll Wednesday.
  15. UCLA, LSU, Oklahoma & Denver Advance To 2019 NCAA Finals

    UCLA, LSU, Oklahoma & Denver Advance To 2019 NCAA Finals

    Apr 20, 2019

    After placing in the top two in their respective semifinals, UCLA, LSU, Oklahoma, and Denver have qualified to the first Four on the Floor NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championship final. In semifinal I, UCLA finished in first with a 197.6750, and LSU finished in second with a 197.5125. In semifinal II, Oklahoma won with a 197.8500 while Denver came in second with a 197.0375.