Clark steps down as Texas Softball Coach

The Longhorns’ head coach for the past 23 seasons, Connie Clark helped launch UT Softball in 1996. AUSTIN, Texas – Connie Clark, the Head Softball Coach at Texas since the program began in 1996, stepped down on Wednesday. The only softball coach in UT history, she led the program for 23 seasons with the first... Continue Reading →

Super Regionals Match Ups

This past weekend was a softball addicts dream with softball on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN News, ESPN U and SEC Network, plus ESPN's web app. I had two TVs and my tablet going all weekend watching games. I don't know what the end count was but I know it was way more then 20 games I... Continue Reading →

2018 D-1 NCAA College Softball Playoffs

Once again the SEC has gotten all 13 teams in to the tournament. The PAC-12 has also made a strong showing including the number one overall seed Oregon and six other conference teams. This year includes four newcomers to the tourney, Boise State University, Kennesaw State University, Monmouth University, and Prairie View A&M University. The... Continue Reading →

2018 Conference Championships

Conference Championship's Weekend SEC It was a good weekend to watch some good softball with conference championships being played. I got to watch many of the SEC games. It looked like this year might have another Cinderella winner like Ole Miss last year with Arkansas winning their first round game 3-1 over Kentucky then defeating... Continue Reading →

Softball Postseason Awards

2018 SEC Softball Postseason Awards: First Team All-SEC P–Kelly Barnhill,Florida P–Brittany Gray,Georgia P–Allie Walljasper,LSU IF–Nicole DeWitt,Florida IF–Alyssa DiCarlo,Georgia IF–Meghan Gregg,Tennessee IF–Aubrey Leach,Tennessee IF–Tori Vidales,TexasA&M OF–Kaylee Tow,Alabama OF–Amanda Lorenz,Florida OF–Cortni Emanuel,Georgia OF–Scarlet McSwain,Tennessee C–Mia Davidson,MississippiState DP/U–Aleshia Ocasio,Florida Second Team All-SEC P–Alexis Osorio,Alabama P–Mary Haff,Arkansas P–Kaylee Carlson,Auburn IF–Bailey Hemphill,Alabama IF–Justice Milz,Georgia IF–Katie Reed,Kentucky IF–Rylee Pierce,Missouri IF–Mackenzie Boesel,SouthCarolina... Continue Reading →

Softball News Roundup #14

It's an exciting time of the year for college softball fans with the regular season ending and conference tournament play getting ready to begin. Then the 2018 playoff teams selection and then playoffs begin to crown the 2018 National Champion. Pittsburgh clinched the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Coastal Division Championship after earning a 9-8 victory... Continue Reading →

Softball News Roundup #13

Oregon had Washington's number winning the Friday night opening game of their series 7-2 in extra innings. Oregon's DJ Sanders got her second grand slam of the season in the top of the ninth inning. Megan Kleist took care of things on the mound for the ducks with 14 strikeouts and only one walk. The... Continue Reading →

Softball News Roundup #12

Oregon in their Thursday night match up against Oklahoma showed that they can hang with anyone. Starting pitcher Megan Kleist threw a great one-hit game to end Oklahoma's 30-game winning streak. Oregon's bats where getting to Oklahoma ace Paige Parker too starting with senior transfer DJ Sanders who sent a home run over the left-field... Continue Reading →

Softball News Roundup #11

The weather played havoc on a lot of games this past weekend with many games either being rescheduled or cancelled. UCLA proved again to be a resilient team in their weekend series with Arizona with late inning rallies and power ball hitting to take Friday's game 7-6 and Saturday's game 7-3. South Carolina dropped a... Continue Reading →

Softball News Roundup #10

Texas on a cold Saturday at Red & Charline McCombs Field got off to a fast stop and never looked back defeating Samford 15-2 in 5-innings. Samford played tougher in the second game of the doubleheader but still lost be a score of 1-0. Texas got the series sweep on Sunday beating Samford 4-0. In... Continue Reading →

Softball News Roundup #9

Texas redshirt junior pitcher Erica Wright tied a single-season school record with her fifth save of 2018 Thursday evening in the first game of the team's series against Iowa State. Texas won by a score of 8-5. On Friday afternoon the two teams went at it again with senior pitcher Paige von Sprecken getting the... Continue Reading →

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