Five Ways College Softball Can Prepare You For Your Career
We discuss five ways playing college softball prepares student-athletes for their future professional careers.
Why Kendall Phillips Chose SUNY Brockport And The D3 Level
Here's why Kendall Phillips chose SUNY Brockport and the Division 3 level for her college softball experience.
Nation's RBI Leader Kristin Fifield Hungry For More With GCU
After leading the nation in RBIs in 2023, GCU's Kristin Fifield wants to achieve even more in 2024.
Nebraska's Andrews Sisters Hope To Help Huskers To WCWS
Sisters Brooke and Billie Andrews hope to end their college softball careers with Nebraska in Oklahoma City.
Transfer Nia Carter Hopes For Fairytale Ending At Arkansas
Nia Carter transferred to Arkansas this offseason for her final year of NCAA eligibility.
What It's Like To Transfer From The D2 To D1 Level
Kaytlyn Cripps transferred from Division 2 Colorado Mesa to Division 1 Morehead State.
Alana Vawter Aims To Continue Transfer Magic At South Carolina
After helping to lead Stanford to the 2023 WCWS, Alana Vawter transferred to South Carolina this summer.
What It's Like To Transition From High School To D1 Softball
Nazari "Zee" Jackson spoke about her transition from playing high school softball to college softball at the Division I level.
What It Was Like For Zaria Hall To Go From Player To Coach
Zaria Hall discusses her transition from being a Division I softball player to an assistant coach.
After Consecutive Years Of Success, UMBC Still Trends Upward
UMBC's Division I softball program has been on the rise for the last five seasons.