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Final Pitcher Power Rankings
Here is the final D1Softball Pitcher Power Rankings, headlined the aces of Oklahoma State and USF in Kelly Maxwell and Georgina Corrick.
Los Angeles Super Regional: Bruins cruise to 31st WCWS
UCLA eventually overpowered Duke to sweep the Los Angeles Super Regional and advance to the World Series for the seventh consecutive time.
Super Regional Preview: Duke at UCLA
One of the most historic programs in softball and one of the most successful young programs in softball will face off at Easton Stadium in the Los Angeles Super Regional.
USA Softball Releases Player of the Year Top 25 Finalists
The top-ranked University of Oklahoma has four players included as Top 25 finalists for the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year award.
What We Learned: Week 6
Karina Gaskins may be Notre Dame’s most valuable run producer, Kate Drohan is our kind of innovator and college softball can get in the March spirit. Find out what else the D1Softball staff learned in Week Six.
Tara’s Take: Five Takeaways From the Judi Garman Classic
It was a weekend to remember at Anderson Family Field. Find out five takeaways from the Judi Garman Classic.
What We Learned: Week 2
Northwestern is the best team in the Big Ten, Jocelyn Alo turns a chase into a trot, and Miranda Elish has some gumption. Find out what else the D1Softball staff learned in Week 2.
2021 Fall Report: UCLA
Rachel Garcia and Bubba Nickles are gone but the process remains in Westwood. Will one of the most experienced rosters imaginable keep UCLA in the title picture?
Los Angeles Super Regional Preview
Pitching will once again be on display at Easton Stadium with No. 2 UCLA and its deep staff hosting Virginia Tech and ace Keely Rochard.
Pac-12 Notebook: Pitching By Committee Or Not?
In her latest Pac 12 Notebook, Tara Henry takes an in-depth look at UCLA, Washington, Arizona and Oregon, which have a clear divide from the rest of the league.
2020 Fall Report: UCLA
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.