Texas releases 2018 Softball Schedule

Texas softball releases challenging 2018 spring schedule Longhorns are set to play 25 total games against 14 teams that reached the 2017 NCAA Field of 64 AUSTIN, Texas – Coming off the program’s 13th straight bid to the NCAA Tournament, after earning a spot in the championship round of the 2017 College Station Regional, the... Continue Reading →

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Tennessee Goes Perfect 8-0 in Fall Ball

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – The Tennessee softball program went a perfect 8-0 in fall ball during the months of September and October, a slate of contests in which both junior Haley Bearden and sophomore Chelsea Seggern recorded double-digit RBIs. Bearden led the Lady Vols with 12 RBIs over those eight games, going 7-for-20 at the plate... Continue Reading →

Show Pitches Perfect Game For Texas A&M

COLLEGE STATION – Texas A&M’s Samantha Show tossed a perfect game in game one of Wednesday's doubleheader sweep over Blinn College at the Aggie Softball Complex. The Aggies won game one, 10-0, before taking game two, 7-0. The right-hander from East Bernard, Texas struck out eight while only throwing 76 pitches in seven innings of... Continue Reading →

Aggies Begin Fall Season Against Blinn

COLLEGE STATION – The Texas A&M softball team opens the fall season with a doubleheader Wednesday against Blinn at the Aggie Softball Complex. Game one is scheduled for a 4 p.m. start, while game two is slated for 6 p.m. Admission to both games is free. The Aggies, who return 15 letterwinners from last season’s... Continue Reading →

Texas Softball Fall Ball Thoughts

Texas Defeats Blinn College (2-1) and St. Edward's (8-0) in their first games of the Fall Ball Season. On Wednesday evening I got my first look of the Fall season of the Texas Longhorn softball team. First thing I noticed was the freshened up Red & Charline McCombs Field where the team plays their home... Continue Reading →

Tennessee Softball Releases 2018 Schedule

KNOXVILLE, Tenn.- Tennessee softball announced its 2018 schedule Wednesday afternoon. The slate includes six NCAA Super Regional participants, two of which went on to compete in the 2017 Women's College World Series. The 2018 schedule includes 16 teams that made the 2017 NCAA Tournament and six Super Regional participants. Oregon and LSU advanced to the... Continue Reading →

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