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Top 22 Transfers to Watch in 2022
Who are the top transfers of 2022? The D1Softball Staff has you covered on who to watch entering fall workouts.
2020 Fall Report: Florida
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.
Torn Bicep Helps Florida Win Historic Title
Florida captured the first WCWS title in program history in 2014. But not many know about a serious injury during BP that helped the Gators accomplish the milestone.
Florida’s Longley Preparing For Larger Role With Summer Reps
Sarah Longley knows she’ll have big cleats to fill at Florida to replace starting shortstop Sophia Reynoso. The rising sophomore has been playing in the Florida Gulf Coast League to get some reps in preparation.
Black Softball Players Speak Out About Racism, Need For Change
In the wake of the public protests following the death of George Floyd, a black man in Minneapolis who was pinned down by police, black softball players share their thoughts on racism in their lives, social justice issues and their hope for change in the country.
Memorable Super Regional Performances: A Moment In Time
Our Super Regional memories series continues as our panel takes a look back at a specific moment in time that they’ll always remember.
Ocasio, Cloud Pushing to Elevate Each Other, Women’s Sports
Washington Mystics guard Natasha Cloud and former Florida star pitcher Aleshia Cloud are using time off to push each other and women’s sports.
Florida’s Echols Finds Recipe For Success On And Off Field
Florida’s Charla Echols made an instant impact during the shortened season, leading the team in batting and playing strong defense. Echols has been using her down time to improve her culinary skills.
Daily Dozen Headlines: Sunday, March 1st
Week four of the season wrapped up on Sunday with some big series clinchers, more upsets, and a memorable conference sweep for Clemson as Rhiannon Potkey recaps all of the highlights from the day.