The coronavirus pandemic caused the 2020 Women’s College World Series to be cancelled. The good news? The NCAA anticipates some sense of normalcy in 2021.
Tara Henry and Rhiannon Potkey host Episode 13 of The D1Softball Podcast! This week they welcome Danielle O’Toole, a professional player and member of the Mexico National Team!
The Dawgs got some unexpected insurance after the 2020 season was cut short because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Nebraska wasn’t off to a great start in 2020 before the season was shutdown. But the Huskers have renewed hope for 2021 with an entirely new look.
ESPN to cancel 2021 St. Pete/Clearwater Elite Invitational
Tara Henry and Rhiannon Potkey host Episode 12 of The D1Softball Podcast! They welcome LSU’s Maribeth Gorsuch & Shelbi Sunseri and McNeese State head coach James Landreneau.
Arkansas has high hopes for the 2021 season with the return of ace pitcher Autumn Storms and others. Check out our in-depth look at the Hogs this fall.
Florida was off to an incredible start in 2020 with Charla Echols and others leading the charge. Now, it’s primed to emulate that success in ’21.
With a new head coach and the return of Bailey Parshall and others, Penn State looks to take a big step forward in 2021.
LSU has high hopes yet again for the 2021 season with the return of several key cogs and addition of nine talented freshmen.
Tara Henry and Rhiannon Potkey host Episode 11 of The D1Softball Podcast! They welcome Oregon’s Haley Cruse and Oklahoma’s Nicole Mendes.
Ole Miss had the challenge of dealing with the pandemic like everyone else. The Rebels also made a change atop the program with the addition of Jamie Trachsel.
Washington returns All-Americans Sis Bates and Morganne Flores to a stacked 2021 squad that looks to make a June trip to Oklahoma City.
Michigan has high hopes with the return of two big-time arms and much more for the 2021. Here’s our in-depth look at its fall workouts.
The D1Softball Podcast welcomes Texas’ Lauren Burke & Shannon Rhodes to discuss the Longhorns’ newly upgraded facilities, fall workouts, and life after graduation.
Ohio State was .500 when the 2020 season ended, but Kelly Kovach Schoenly and Co. feel like ’21 will be a different story.
Boston College is looking for a silver lining in every moment. In her second season, coach Amy Kvilhaug is embracing plenty of change.
Mississippi State was in the midst of an excellent campaign when the 2020 season ended. Now, the Bulldogs hope to emulate that in ’21.
Minnesota has a new face atop the program, but looks to continue its successful ways in 2021. What’s the scoop on the Gophers this fall?
This week on The D1Softball Podcast, Tara Henry and Rhi Potkey welcome Piper Ritter, Minnesota head coach, and her super senior Katie Kemmetmueller.