Texas star two-way player Miranda Elish surprised many on Friday by choosing to opt out for the 2021 season.
With plenty of premier pitching back in the mix and more, Notre Dame looks to make a splash in 2021. Here’s our in-depth look at the Irish.
Oklahoma is once again healthy and has high hopes for the 2021 season. Here’s the inside scoop on the Sooners.
Could Louisiana have its best team of the Gerry Glasco era? The long-time Ragin’ Cajuns coach thinks that could certainly be the case as we preview his 2021 club.
Central Florida was off to a roaring start in 2020. Now, the Knights look to reload with the return of several key players and addition of some ultra-talented young players.
Oklahoma State had a promising 2020 season cut short. But guess what? Don’t look for the Cowgirls to go anywhere in ’21.
Tara Henry and Rhiannon Potkey host Episode 19 of The D1Softball Podcast! This week they welcome Vanessa Shippy, Assistant Coach at Oklahoma State.
Texas got off to a red-hot start before the 2020 came to an end. Now, despite injuries in the fall, the ‘Horns have even higher hopes in ’21.
With a new coach in tow in Sami Strinz-Ward and some tumultuous times in the rearview mirror, Texas Tech is aiming higher than ever in 2021.
All fall reports in one place. Find links to every fall report D1Softball has posted in 2020, in alphabetical order.
Tara Henry and Rhiannon Potkey host Episode 18 of The D1Softball Podcast! This week they welcome Baylor Associate Head Coach, Britni Newman.
Wisconsin was on its way to making history in 2020. The Badgers look to reload and continue its upward trajectory in ’21.
UCLA was 25-1 when the 2020 season came to an end. Now, with the return of several premier arms and bats, the Bruins don’t appear to be letting off the gas.
Tara Henry and Rhiannon Potkey host Episode 17 of The D1Softball Podcast! This week they welcome Wisconsin head coach, Yvette Healy.
Danielle O’Toole walks through a sequencing drill that focuses on mixing up pitches and holds you accountable!
Virginia might not have had a great start to the 2020 season, but it learned some valuable lessons that should propel it to new heights in 2021.
Florida State might have a large number of freshmen, but expectations haven’t changed one bit as the 2021 season nears.
With the 2020 college softball season being canceled, plenty of players are using this opportunity to move on to other programs. We track the latest movements.