Arizona is getting accustomed to new surroundings without fans, Oregon is off to a red-hot start and some notes on UCLA headline this week’s Pac 12 notebook.
The ACC’s “Pod Weekend” was a grueling test of endurance that many coaches don’t believe will be implemented again beyond this season.
After waiting out a pandemic and winter storms, Texas finally got started on its next pitching era.
Mary Haff threw 210 pitches and 19.2 innings in the span of less than 24 hours for Arkansas over the weekend.
Three wins in less than 24 hours, walk-offs, upsets and series clinchers. That and more in Sunday’s Daily Dozen.
Alabama’s Kaylee Tow, Virginia Tech’s Keely Rochard and Texas State’s Jessica Mullins pick up our weekly awards after stellar week two performances.
Baylor’s Gia Rodoni wasn’t sure she would get a sixth season of college softball. She never imagined it would come without Mark Lumley, the longtime coach who passed away this winter.
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Kentucky made a move in the latest rankings, while Iowa State and UCF entered the latest D1Softball Top 25 Rankings.
It was another weekend to remember in Division I softball as several Top 25 teams were in action. How did they fare? Let’s find out.
Rachel Garcia-less UCLA mounts an epic comeback, home runs fly and conference foes square off. That and more in Saturday’s Daily Dozen.
Washington gets upset, teams make their season debuts and more great defensive gems highlight Friday’s Daily Dozen.
The Pac-12 goes nearly perfect and welcomes back future Olympians to the field. Here’s our in-depth look at the Pac 12 going into the weekend.
Giselle Juarez returned for Oklahoma, but much of the Big 12 is still waiting to start the 2021 season.
Tara Henry and Rhiannon Potkey host Episode 25 of The D1Softball Podcast! This week they welcome Oklahoma’s Tiare Jennings, North Texas’ Hope Trautwein & Duke’s Peyton St. George in our Players Only edition.
Duke is eager to show how much progress the fourth-year program has made. The Blue Devils started strong with a 4-0 opening weekend, including a victory over host LSU.
SEC teams were forced to scramble to find games at the last minute. Only it wasn’t because of Covid. It was because of bad weather.
Arizona redshirt senior Reyna Carranco always turns to her dad when breaking in a new glove. The two have formed a close bond through the process.
Oklahoma’s Tiare Jennings, Washington’s Gabbie Plain and Kentucky’s Erin Coffel pick up our weekly awards after stellar opening weekend performances.
One game was enough for UCLA to remain No. 1 in the D1Softball Top 25, but Oklahoma is chasing the coveted top spot.