A year ago, Mallory Dunlap and her dad were planning her college softball career. Then their COVID-19-safe bubble burst, and her 'role changed overnight.'
Naima Lang’s sixth points championship in Evergreen Speedway’s premier class came in an anticlimactic manner. The Central Welding Supply 75 for Pro Late Models, which was scheduled as the main event for Saturday’s Championship Night 1 at the Monroe racetrack, was rained out. Therefore Lang, who came into the night with a hefty points lead, claimed the championship despite the season’s concluding race being canceled.
John Blanchette: Even if it was USC, latest collapse only confirms Washington State’s current trajectory is off target
PULLMAN – If you had made the rounds of the post-game tailgates here Saturday, surely support could have been found for this strategy:. Asking USC if it could spare a cup of Mike Bohn. It was the Trojan athletic director who on Monday made one of those bold, dramatic –...
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Teagan Kehm of Durango Excessive College fires a area on Wednesday whereas enjoying at Grand Junction Excessive College at DHS. (Photograph by Jerry McBride / Durango Herald) The Durango Excessive College fortunate appeal hangs within the dugout on Wednesday whereas the Grand Junction Excessive College staff performs at DHS. (Photograph by Jerry McBride / Durango Herald)
HELENA — Longtime Missoula softball coach Brian Bessette has been named the interim head coach of the Carroll program for the 2021-22 school year. "It's a dream come true. I get to be a full-time softball coach," Bessette said. "I am really excited to be at Carroll College. I love the feel of the campus here and I have already been so welcomed by all of the other coaches.
WATERLOO–Hawkeye Community College is adding women’s golf and women’s softball to its slate of intercollegiate athletic programs. “These new sports will complement our current offerings very well,” said Ethan Crawford, director of athletics and recreation. “As we begin the seventh season of sports at Hawkeye, we have had a tremendous amount of success in a very short time. We build our programs to be successful right away, and we anticipate the same for women’s golf and softball.”
The experiences of each woman on the Cap Times Idea Fest panel on the 50th anniversary of Title IX would likely sound familiar to girls growing up today. Simone Charley, now a professional soccer player with the Portland Thorns FC in Oregon, played soccer in kindergarten and ran track in first grade.