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Final Utility Power Rankings
Our D1Softball Utility Power Rankings is a mix of designated players, two-way stars and players that move positions.
WCWS Game 1: Using Power and Speed, Texas Dominates UCLA
Texas jumped all over No. 5 UCLA from the start and beat the Bruins 7-2 in the opening game of the 2022 Women’s College World Series on Thursday.
Fayetteville Super Regional: Sophia Simpson and Texas stun Arkansas
With Hailey Dolcini unavailable, Texas turned to freshman Sophia Simpson. With help from Janae Jefferson, she pitched the Longhorns to the WCWS with her first career shutout.
Super Regional Preview: Texas at Arkansas
In a Super Regional showdown of Hogs vs. Horns, Arkansas is trying to reach the Women’s College World Series for the first time and Texas stands in the way.
Jocelyn Alo goes No. 1 in Athletes Unlimited Draft
Home run champion Jocelyn Alo added another career highlight without swinging a bat Wednesday. Alo was the No. 1 overall pick in the Athletes Unlimited Draft.
Daily Dozen: Friday, April 1
Northwestern walks off Michigan. Ole Miss and Auburn pitch to big SEC wins. Mary Iakopo saves the day for Texas. That and more in the D1Softball Daily Dozen.
Daily Dozen: Saturday, March 19
Makinzy Herzog pitched the game of her life, Megan Faraimo continues to dominate and Prange delivers for the Tide. That and more in D1Softball’s Daily Dozen.
Preseason Power Rankings: Top 10 Catchers
The reigning D1Softball Catcher of the Year, Kinzie Hansen, headlines the preseason catcher power rankings.
2021 Fall Report: Texas
With Fresno State transfer Hailey Dolcini newly in tow alongside All-American Janae Jefferson, Texas feels it has the right mix to get back to the WCWS.
Super Regional Digest: Saturday, May 29
Tickets to the Women’s College World Series are being punched Saturday, and the D1Softball crew has you covered on all the Super Regional action.
2021 Big 12 Preview: Oklahoma Reigns Supreme, Texas Within Striking Distance
Texas Tech has a fresh face at head coach, Texas has a tough two-way talent to replace and Oklahoma is once again the headliner.