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Softball Eliminates Stetson, Advances to ASUN Tournament’s Final Site

Game 2 | FGCU 1, Stetson 0Sarah Lawton (Waterbury, Conn./Holy Cross HS/FSW) gave up a walk in the first inning but kept the Hatters hitless until the top of the sixth – a base hit to center field. From there, Stetson’s second hit of the game would not come until the 10th as the Eagles faced their second 11-inning game of the season (5-4 win vs UConn, Feb. 21). Read More

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Theilgard Named to NE10 All-Conference Third Team

EASTON, Massachusetts (May 6, 2021) – The Stonehill College softball team saw senior catcher Michelle Theilgard earn Northeast-10 Conference All-Conference third team honors, as announced by the Conference on Wednesday. Theilgard found her way to the third team for the second time in her career, earning her fourth recognition from the Conference. As a freshman she was tabbed on the third team and All-Rookie team and sophomore year she earned a second team selection. This is the third year that

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Procyk Named NESCAC Player of the Week, First Since 2016 to Earn Both Player & Pitcher Honors In Same Season

SOUTH HADLEY, Mass. – First-year utility player Maddie Procyk of the Amherst College softball team has garnered New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Player of the Week accolades following an impressive all-around weekend that saw the Mammoths claim a series sweep of Middlebury. Securing NESCAC Pitcher of the Week honors on April 5, 2021, Procyk becomes the first player to claim both NESCAC Player of the Week and Pitcher of the Week distinction in the same

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Softball to Compete in Landmark Conference Championships

MADISON, N.J. – The Drew University softball team will open postseason play when it competes in the Landmark Conference (LC) Championship tournament this weekend at the University of Scranton. Six teams are vying for the conference crown and will compete at two different sites in double-elimination play. The fifth-seeded Rangers and third-seeded Catholic University will play at second-seeded Scranton while fourth-seeded Susquehanna University and sixth-seeded Juniata College will play at top-seeded Moravain College. Read More

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Softball Eliminates Stetson, Advances to ASUN Tournament’s Final Site

Game 2 | FGCU 1, Stetson 0Sarah Lawton (Waterbury, Conn./Holy Cross HS/FSW) gave up a walk in the first inning but kept the Hatters hitless until the top of the sixth – a base hit to center field. From there, Stetson’s second hit of the game would not come until the 10th as the Eagles faced their second 11-inning game of the season (5-4 win vs UConn, Feb. 21). Read More

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Theilgard Named to NE10 All-Conference Third Team

EASTON, Massachusetts (May 6, 2021) – The Stonehill College softball team saw senior catcher Michelle Theilgard earn Northeast-10 Conference All-Conference third team honors, as announced by the Conference on Wednesday. Theilgard found her way to the third team for the second time in her career, earning her fourth recognition from the Conference. As a freshman she was tabbed on the third team and All-Rookie team and sophomore year she earned a second team selection. This is the third year that

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Procyk Named NESCAC Player of the Week, First Since 2016 to Earn Both Player & Pitcher Honors In Same Season

SOUTH HADLEY, Mass. – First-year utility player Maddie Procyk of the Amherst College softball team has garnered New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Player of the Week accolades following an impressive all-around weekend that saw the Mammoths claim a series sweep of Middlebury. Securing NESCAC Pitcher of the Week honors on April 5, 2021, Procyk becomes the first player to claim both NESCAC Player of the Week and Pitcher of the Week distinction in the same

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Softball to Compete in Landmark Conference Championships

MADISON, N.J. – The Drew University softball team will open postseason play when it competes in the Landmark Conference (LC) Championship tournament this weekend at the University of Scranton. Six teams are vying for the conference crown and will compete at two different sites in double-elimination play. The fifth-seeded Rangers and third-seeded Catholic University will play at second-seeded Scranton while fourth-seeded Susquehanna University and sixth-seeded Juniata College will play at top-seeded Moravain College. Read More

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