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The Panthers now await word on a possible berth in the 2021 ODAC Softball Tournament, to be played May 1-9 on the campuses of higher-seeded. Shutout sends Virginia Wesleyan to NCAA softball finals Virginia Wesleyan wins ODAC softball championship. Sports · Virginia Wesleyan wins ODAC softball. Emory & Henry · Softball · #2 Softball vs. #3 Lynchburg (May 6) -- ODAC Tournament Semifinals (Day 2).

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Eagles 11-15
Location:Salem, Va.

How it Happened:

  • Kate Houle drove in Brooke Trapuzzano in the bottom of the first for an early, 1-0, lead.
  • Bostic and DiFava would score in the second inning to stake the Maroons to a 3-0 advantage. In the bottom of the fourth, DiFava drove in Morgan Clark to push their lead to 4-0.
  • In the top of the fifth, Bridgewater would tie the score after sending four players across the plate. In the bottom half, Houle blasted a two run home run to put the Maroons back in front.
  • Hensley and Trapuzzano would use back-to-back at bats to double the lead as Roanoke would close out the eagles, 8-4.
  • Hester went 4.2 innings, giving up three runs with three strikeouts. Karnes came in relief and picked up her second win of the day and 14th of the season.

Up Next: Roanoke will travel to Virginia Beach to face 31 seed Virginia Wesleyan in the semifinals of the 2021 ODAC Softball Tournament.

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#5 Bridgewater 3 (8 innings)
Records: Maroons 20-9

Guilford

LYNCHBURG, Va. – A series of setbacks to Lynchburg, by scores of 4-1 and 6-0, in the opening round of the ODAC softball tournament ended the Guilford season on Saturday, May 1st.

GAME 1: Lynchburg 4, Guilford 1

The Quakers (10-11-1) opened the game by putting Kylie Richardson on base after a field error. Richardson moved to second on a sacrifice bunt and eventually to third on a passed ball. Ally Morales delivered a one-out single up the middle that resulted in the first run of the game.

Lynchburg answered with run in the home half of the first when Bri Hodges delivered a single to left centerfield that plated Karle Cundiff to bring the game to a 1-1 deadlock.

The score remained at one-all until the bottom of the sixth, when Lynchburg's Ashley Hailey reached base on a bunt single. Lexi Powell followed with a bunt single down the third base line, moving Hailey to second. A throwing error allowed Kayla Hugate to reach base and score Hailey for the go-ahead run.

Karle Cundiff singled to centerfield, scoring Powell for the third Hornets' run of the game and moving Hugate to third in the process. Hodges followed in the lineup and drove sacrifice fly to right that plated Hugate for the 4-1 advantage.

Guilford finished the opening game with five hits, including two from Grace Calus, who finished 2-for-3 from the plate. Lynchburg also had five hits in the game with Hailey finishing 2-for-2 from the plate with a run scored.

Katie McNeill (6-6) tossed six innings, allowed five hits, four runs and fanned two batters along the way. Emily Charlton (7-2) closed out the victory by allowing one run on five hits and making two strikeouts.

GAME 2: Lynchburg 6, Guilford 0

In contrast to the first game of the series, Lynchburg scored four runs in the first inning to establish the early lead. The Hornets opened with three straight hits, including a single to centerfield by Karle Cundiff, who finished 2-for-3 with an RBI and two runs. Bri Hodges followed with a double to centerfield, scoring the tandem of Cundiff and Kayla Hugate for the 3-0 advantage.

The final run of the inning crossed the plate when Kaleigh Hackett, who hit a sacrifice fly to left that plated Bri Hodges for the 4-0 lead.

Still holding onto a 4-0 lead with one out in the bottom of the fourth, Gracie Dooley drove a double to right center that scored the fifth run of the game in the form of Hackett.

The sixth run of the game came in the fifth after Hackett singled to right field to score Cundiff from second for the final run of the game.

The Quakers received four hits, all from different sources, with a Faith Fennell hit resulting in a double. Lynchburg answered with nine hits, including two each from Cundiff, Hackett and Lexi Powell.

McNeill suffered the loss in the game after surrendering four hits in the first. Angela Sperandeo (2-4) earned the complete game victory after scattering four hits and one walk over seven innings.

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DateAwayHomeStatusLinks April Fri. 24 #8 Seed   #1 Seed   12:00 PM  Game 1 - ODAC Tournament - Field 1 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va.   #5 Seed   #4 Seed   12:00 PM  Game 2 - ODAC Tournament - Field 3 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va.   #7 Seed   #2 Seed   2:00 PM  Game 3 - ODAC Tournament - Field 1 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va.   #6 Seed   #3 Seed   2:00 PM  Game 4 - ODAC Tournament - Field 3 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va.   Loser Game 1   Loser Game 2   5:00 PM  Game 5 - ODAC Tournament - Field 1 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va.   Loser Game 3   Loser Game 4   5:00 PM  Game 6 - ODAC Tournament - Field 3 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va.   Winner Game 1   Winner Game 2   7:00 PM  Game 7 - ODAC Tournament - Field 1 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va.   Winner Game 3   Winner Game 4   7:00 PM  Game 8 - ODAC Tournament - Field 3 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va. Sat. 25 Winner Game 5   Loser Game 8   11:00 AM  Game 9 - ODAC Tournament - Field 1 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va.   Winner Game 6   Loser Game 7   11:00 AM  Game 10 - ODAC Tournament - Field 3 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va.   Winner Game 7   Winner Game 8   2:00 PM  Game 11 - ODAC Tournament - Field 1 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va.   Winner Game 9   Winner Game 10   5:00 PM  Game 12 - ODAC Tournament - Field 1 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va.   Winner Game 12   Loser Game 11   8:00 PM  Game 13 - ODAC Tournament - Field 1 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va. Sun. 26 Winner Game 11   Winner Game 13   1:00 PM  Game 14 - ODAC Tournament - Field 1 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va.   Winner Game 14   Loser Game 13   4:00 PM  Game 15 - ODAC Tournament - Field 1 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va.
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The VWU Softball team was on a streak last season winning the ODAC Softball Crown and the NCAA Division III National Championship. The moment that they realized they were national champions, was a great satisfaction after all the challenges that the team had gone through. In the words of Coach Brandon Elliott, “It was a relief.” 

Senior Kristina D’Arco, who is one of the outfielders for the team, expressed that she will never forget the moment when they won the National Championship. “It was really surreal at the moment, Ariana Rolle hit the ball to score me from third base and just running up to her and sharing the moment with her and my teammates was unreal. Because we talked about it for years and actually having it happen, it was unreal,” D’Arco said. “Even now watching it back I get teary eye, is just one of the best feelings in the world.” 

D’Arco described last season as an intense season. She expressed that when they got closer and closer to regionals and to the tournament, the intensity arose in the team because they all wanted it to win that championship. “There wasn’t a person on the team who didn’t want it, we all wanted it more than anything, so it was an amazing but intense season,” D’Arco said. 

“Winning a championship during these circumstances, sacrifices that the parents and the players had to make and seeing the pure joy on the women’s faces makes you happy because you see how much joy these achievements bring to them,” Elliott said. 

Despite the season being different from other years, Coach Elliott expressed that they were able to manage the situation well. “The spectator policy was a huge thing, especially with our program, fans and parents. However, we talked about it as a team and we addressed it at the end of the day, the main objective was to play softball,” Elliott said. 

When Elliott was asked about last season, he expressed with laughs that it was a challenging season and that for the first time in his career the biggest challenge of the season was not their opponents. “It puts things into perspective because this season our biggest challenge wasn’t our opponents or softball related. The biggest challenge of the season was staying together and staying healthy, so that we can do those other things,” Elliott said. “I don’t know if our girls will agree, but I think that winning the national championship was easier than battling and defeating COVID-19.” 

 For these championships, the Marlins Softball team counted with a large group of veterans in their team, to which Coach Elliott added that it was something important to the team. “We had a veteran team and this helped us to do things that we weren’t able to do as a team.” 

Love and trust for each other is an important key for this team. Coach Elliott expressed that those two factors helped the team to understand each other and what they are facing. D’Arco also explained that in the team the main thing is that you have to love each other and you want to see 

everyone succeeds. “Sometimes it’s hard when you are not the one playing and someone else is, but you want them to play and to be the best because at the end of the day, you’re part of the team and we need to be together,” D’Arco said. 

The team now counts a lot of young players and even though it is not the veteran team that won a couple months ago, still the traditions and commitment will not change. 

“Right now we have a younger team, we have new players and it really is just kind of introducing them to the culture of our team and showing them how we love each other and lift up each other.” D’Arco said. She also added that they will continue to follow the three main points of the team which are humility, tradition and excellence. 

For this upcoming season the team is preparing themselves to win again. “The goal is the same, I said to our group that some of the faces may have changed, but our goal in our program is to win a national championship,” Elliott said. The Marlins Softball team have had great seasons and great players that the program and their coach will never forget. Nonetheless, Coach Elliot expressed that the focus now is the 2022 season. The Marlins Softball team is preparing and focusing for the main goal that is to achieve a “Back-to-Back.”

By Steven Serrano Cruz
sdserranocruz@vwu.edu

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BOSTON, Mass. - The Emmanuel College softball team, who captured the 2021 Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) Championship last Saturday afternoon, will play Christopher Newport University in their first game of the Regional Round of the 2021 NCAA Tournament. The Saints looked on in anticipation during the team's viewing party, as each of the 48 teams in the bracket were revealed Monday in a selection show on NCAA.com.

Texas Lutheran University, located in Seguin, Texas, will host the Regional Round from May 21-23 at Ed Kruse Stadium. The Bulldogs won the 2019 NCAA Division III National Championship and are the top seed in the regional which features six teams in a double-elimination format throughout the weekend.

The Regional Field

#1 Texas Lutheran (28-4) – Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) AQ – Seguin, Texas

  • The 2019 National Champs are currently ranked No. 1 in the country in the last NFCA Coaches' Poll and have won 20 straight entering NCAA tournament play.

#2 Emory & Henry (26-7) – At Large Poll C Berth - Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) – Emory, Va.

  • The Wasps are currently ranked No. 9 in the nation in the latest NFCA Coaches' Poll and were upset by Lynchburg in the ODAC final in game 3 of the best-of-three series.

#3 Christopher Newport (28-12) – At Large Pool C Berth – Coast to Coast Athletic Conference (C2C) – Newport News, Va.

  • The Captains garner the No. 12 ranking in the current NFCA Coaches' Poll after going 2-2 in the C2C Championship tournament, falling twice to C2C champ Salisbury.

#4 Emmanuel (20-4) – Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) AQ – Boston, Mass.

  • The Saints captured the program's first-ever GNAC Championship with a sweep over Johnson & Wales and enter the tournament ranked No. 6 in the New England Regional Rankings.

#5 Bridgewater State (17-9) – Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC) AQ – Bridgewater, Mass.

  • Upset MASCAC favorite Framingham State to punch its NCAA tourney ticket and are making the program's 23rd appearance and first since 2014.

#6 Cedar Crest (17-3) – Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) AQ – Allentown, Pa.

  • The Falcons captured the CSAC Championship over Wilson College and enter the NCAA tourney ranked second in the nation with a .425 overall team batting average.

The NCAA Tournament

The regional round will be held May 20-23.  Six teams will compete at eight regional sites.  The finals, hosted by Old Dominion Athletic Conference and city of Salem, will be held May 27-June 1 at Moyer Park in Salem, Virginia.  All rounds will use a double-elimination format.

Forty-one conferences received an automatic qualification (Pool A).  One institution was selected from Pool B, which includes independent institutions and schools from conferences that do not meet the automatic qualification criteria.  The six remaining teams were selected on an at-large basis from automatic qualifying conferences and the remaining institutions in Pool B.

Click to view the 2021 NCAA Division III Softball Regional Brackets

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Roanoke College

The Basics – ODAC Quarterfinals
Game 1 

Score: #4 Roanoke 4

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DateAwayHomeStatusLinks April Fri. 24 #8 Seed   #1 Seed   12:00 PM  Game 1 - ODAC Tournament - Field 1 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va.   #5 Seed   #4 Seed   12:00 PM  Game 2 - ODAC Tournament - Field 3 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va.   #7 Seed   #2 Seed   2:00 PM  Game 3 - ODAC Tournament - Field 1 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va.   #6 Seed   #3 Seed   2:00 PM  Game 4 - ODAC Tournament - Field 3 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va.   Loser Game 1   Loser Game 2   5:00 PM  Game 5 - ODAC Tournament - Field 1 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va.   Loser Game 3   Loser Game 4   5:00 PM  Game 6 - ODAC Tournament - Field 3 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va, odac softball tournament 2020.   Winner Game 1   Winner Game 2   7:00 PM  Game 7 - ODAC Tournament - Field 1 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va.   Winner Game 3   Winner Game 4   7:00 PM  Game 8 - Odac softball tournament 2020 Tournament - Field 3 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va, odac softball tournament 2020. Sat. 25 Winner Game 5   Loser Game 8   11:00 AM  Game 9 - ODAC Tournament - Field 1 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va.   Winner Game 6   Loser Game 7   odac softball tournament 2020 11:00 AM odac softball tournament 2020  Game 10 - ODAC Tournament - Field 3 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va.   Winner Game 7   Winner Game 8   2:00 PM  Game 11 - ODAC Tournament - Field 1 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va.   Winner Game 9   Winner Game 10   5:00 PM  Game 12 - ODAC Tournament - Field 1 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va.   Winner Game 12   Loser Game 11   8:00 PM  Game 13 - ODAC Tournament - Field 1 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va. Sun. 26 Winner Game 11   Winner Game 13   a plant can manufacture 50 golf clubs 1:00 PM  Game 14 - ODAC Tournament - Field 1 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va.   Winner Game 14   Loser Game 13   4:00 PM  Game 15 - ODAC Tournament - Field 1 @ James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va.
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The EMU softball team has been picked eleventh in the ODAC Preseason Poll, odac softball tournament 2020. The Royals received 19 points as voted on by the coaches behind Randolph and Shenandoah in the field of 11 schools.

Reigning ODAC Tournament champions Virginia Wesleyan were picked to win the conference for the fifth year in a row. Randolph-Macon was picked fourth after earning a trip to the National Championship last season.

Returning for EMU is All-ODAC Second Team member Sierra Lantz (Broadway, odac softball tournament 2020, Va./Broadway) who batted .375 in conference play with three home runs and 14 RBI on the season. Senior Cassidey Chrisman (Staunton, Va./Riverheads) is also back after batting .309 with 17 RBI last year. Sophomores Emily Campbell (Broadway, Va./Broadway) and Katelin Martin (Goochland, Va./Goochland) return in the circle after throwing valuable innings in their rookie seasons.

The Royals finished 2019 with a record of 16-20 and 5-15 in conference play ending in a tie with Randolph for tenth in the ODAC.

EMU opens the 2020 season at Southern Virginia with a doubleheader on Feb. 27 starting at 2:00pm. The women will then go to North Myrtle Beach, S.C., for the Fastpitch Dreams Spring Classic on March 1. They play their home opener against Randolph-Macon on March 18.

The ODAC tournament will be held the weekend of April 24-26 at the James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va., in an eight team double-elimination tournament.

For more information on ODAC softball, visit the websites of any of the participating schools, or go to the ODAC's home on the Internet at www.odaconline.com.  Don't forget to become a fan of the ODAC on Facebook and follow @odacathletics on Twitter and Instagram.

2020 ODAC SOFTBALL PRESEASON POLL
(#) Denotes First Place Votes
1. Virginia Wesleyan University (9) - 99 pts.
2. Emory & Henry College (1) - 85 pts.
3. University of Lynchburg (1) - 84 pts.
4. Randolph-Macon College - 77 pts.
5. Bridgewater College - 54 pts.
6. Guilford College - 53 pts.
7. Ferrum College - 48 pts.
8. Roanoke College - 41 pts.
9. Shenandoah University - 23 pts.
10. Randolph College - 22 pts.
11, odac softball tournament 2020. Eastern Mennonite University - 19 pts.

 

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#5 Bridgewater 3 (8 innings)
Records: Maroons 20-9

Guilford

LYNCHBURG, Va. – A series of setbacks to Lynchburg, by scores of 4-1 and 6-0, in the opening round of the ODAC softball tournament ended the Guilford season on Saturday, May 1st.

GAME 1: Lynchburg 4, Guilford 1

The Quakers odac softball tournament 2020 opened the game by putting Kylie Richardson on base after a field error. Richardson moved to second on a sacrifice bunt and eventually to third on a passed ball. Ally Morales delivered a one-out single up the middle that resulted in the first run of the game.

Lynchburg answered with run in the home half of the first when Bri Hodges delivered a single to left centerfield that plated Karle Cundiff to bring the game to a 1-1 deadlock.

The score remained at one-all until the bottom of the sixth, when Lynchburg's Ashley Hailey reached base on odac softball tournament 2020 bunt single. Lexi Powell followed with a bunt single down the third base line, odac softball tournament 2020, moving Hailey to second. A throwing error allowed Kayla Hugate to reach base and score Hailey for the go-ahead run.

Karle Cundiff singled to centerfield, scoring Powell for the third Hornets' run odac softball tournament 2020 the game and moving Hugate to third in the process. Hodges followed in the lineup and drove sacrifice fly to right that plated Hugate for the 4-1 advantage.

Guilford finished the opening game with five hits, including two from Grace Calus, odac softball tournament 2020, who finished 2-for-3 from the plate, odac softball tournament 2020. Lynchburg also had five hits in the game with Hailey finishing 2-for-2 from the plate with a run scored.

Katie McNeill (6-6) tossed six innings, allowed five hits, four runs and fanned two batters along the way. Emily Charlton (7-2) closed out the victory by allowing one run on five hits and making two strikeouts.

GAME 2: Lynchburg 6, Guilford 0

In contrast to the first game of the series, Lynchburg scored four runs in the first inning to establish the early lead. The Hornets opened with three straight hits, including a single to centerfield by Karle Cundiff, who finished 2-for-3 with an RBI and two runs. Bri Hodges followed with a double to centerfield, scoring the tandem of Cundiff and Kayla Hugate for the 3-0 advantage.

The final run of the inning crossed the plate when Kaleigh Hackett, who hit a sacrifice fly to left that plated Bri Hodges for the 4-0 lead.

Still holding onto a 4-0 lead with one out in the bottom of the fourth, Gracie Dooley drove a double to right center that scored the fifth run of the game in the form of Hackett.

The sixth run of the game came in the fifth after Hackett singled to right field to score Cundiff from second for the final run of the game.

The Quakers received four hits, all from different sources, odac softball tournament 2020, with a Faith Fennell odac softball tournament 2020 resulting in a double. Lynchburg answered with nine hits, including two each from Cundiff, Hackett and Lexi Powell.

McNeill suffered the loss in the game after surrendering four hits in the first. Angela Sperandeo (2-4) earned the complete game victory after scattering four hits and one walk over seven innings.

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Records: Maroons 21-9

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