Top Five Flashback: Softball #4NEWPORT, R.I. - The role of a pinch hitter in baseball or softball requires the player to be ready at a moment's notice and produce, whether it be getting on base or advancing a baserunner or both.
Top Five Flashback: Softball #5LEESBURG, Fla. - Sophomore outfielder Megan Guest (Meriden, Conn.) launched her first career home run, a two-run shot to centerfield, during a seven-run Seahawk uprising in the fifth against the Pioneers for the walk-off win.
May 15, 2017
Woznick, Boarman selected to NCAA regional all-tournament teamSPRINGFIELD, Mass. - Salve Regina University softball players Emily Woznick (Sandy Hook, Conn.) and Kelsey Boarman (No. Dighton, Mass.) were named to the all-tournament team at the conclusion of the NCAA Division III Softball Championships Regional hosted by Springfield College in Springfield, Mass.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. - Salve Regina University softball set a program record with its 26th win of the season after defeating Springfield College, 7-4, in the opening contest of the 2017 NCAA Division III Championship Tournament Regional, hosted on Potter Field on Friday afternoon.
May 8, 2017
Salve Regina softball continues its spring in SpringfieldINDIANAPOLIS - Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) Softball Champion Salve Regina will travel to Springfield for the 2017 NCAA Division III Softball Regional where they will take on the host Pride on Friday, May 12. Game times will be announced at a later time.
May 8, 2017
CCC Pitcher of the Week: Kelsey BoarmanNEWPORT, R.I. - The Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) has selected Salve Regina University senior Kelsey Boarman (No. Dighton, Mass.) as its pitcher of the week for softball (May 1-7).
May 8, 2017
CCC Player of the Week: Lexi SoucieNEWPORT, R.I. - The Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) has selected Salve Regina University senior Lexi Soucie (No. Easton, Mass.) as its player of the week for softball (May 1-7).
NEWPORT, R.I. - No. 1 seed Salve Regina University softball captured its second consecutive Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) championship after downing No. 3 seed Roger Williams University, 3-0, as the league's pitcher of the year, Kelsey Boarman (No. Dighton, Mass.), continued her dominance without allowing an earned run in the postseason.