Weather played havoc on what was supposed to be the first weekend of NCAC play. Only two league games were contested all weekend as DePauw (2-0, 11-9) swept Kenyon (0-2, 14-6) in Greencastle on Sunday afternoon. There are three makeup doubleheaders scheduled this week with Wooster (0-0, 8-9) hosting Oberlin (0-0, 3-7) today (3/31) and Hiram (0-0, 5-9) at Denison (0-0, 6-4) and Ohio Wesleyan (0-0, 9-5) traveling to Allegheny (0-0, 4-11) on Sunday. Be sure to check the softball page on the NCAC website throughout the week for the latest schedule updates.
North Coast softball squads wrapped up spring break trips last week, as eight teams open up the conference portion of their schedules this Saturday. Highlights include, Kenyon (14-4) traveling to DePauw (7-7) and Denison (6-4) hosting Hiram (5-7). Additionally, Oberlin (2-4) and Ohio Wesleyan (7-5) will hit the road to square off against Wooster (7-9) and Allegheny (3-10), respectively.
The Wittenberg University softball team is off to its best start in program history after posting a 9-1 record at the Dot Richardson Spring Games in Central Florida. The Tigers have been recognized for their success as they are now ranked 24th on the most recent National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Top 25 Poll. It marks the first time that a Tiger softball team has appeared on the NFCA Top 25 Poll since the 2000 season.
North Coast softball squads continued spring break trips last week highlighted, by Wittenberg which got off to its best start in program history at 9-1. Non-conference action continues this week with all nine teams taking to the diamond.
In a light week of NCAC Softball action, Kenyon got off to its best start in program history by posting a 10-1 record, including winning its first seven contests. Numerous conference teams will open up their 2014 season this week on spring break trips in Florida.
In a light week of NCAC Softball action, Oberlin picked up the lone win for the conference as the Yeowomen split a two-game series with Maryville College. Numerous conference teams will open up their 2014 season this week and next on spring break trips in Florida.