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Carol Hutchins and the End of an Era
As long as Carol Hutchins coached, college softball’s past was a living thing. Her retirement marks the end of an era and the beginning of history.
Daily Dozen: Friday, February 25
Carol Hutchins surpasses Mike Candrea as the NCAA all-time leader in wins, Jordy Bahl throws a perfect game, and SDSU upsets Washington. Catch up on Friday’s college softball headlines.
Carol Hutchins Breaks NCAA Wins Record
Leading off a potentially record-breaking weekend in college softball, Michigan’s Carol Hutchins passed Mike Candrea to become the winningest coach in the sport’s history.
Big Ten Notebook: Week 2
Northwestern made a statement, while a Michigan legend closed in on a record. Find out all you need to know about the Big Ten in this week’s notebook.
Times Have Changed: Coaches Push NCAA to Expand WCWS
College softball coaches have pushed for years to extend the schedule at the Women’s College World Series. This year’s event may have finally been a tipping point.
Experience, Depth Could Make 2021 Special
With so many players back for another season, Rhi Potkey takes an in-depth look at a 2021 season that could be one for the ages.
2020 Fall Report: Michigan
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.
Coaches React to Unprecedented Halt to College Softball
Arizona’s Mike Candrea and Michigan’s Carol Hutchins have been involves in college softball for more than three decades. But the events of the last two days have been unlike anything they have experienced before. They and other coaches around the country are trying to figure out what comes next.