2017 Softball News

  • Softball Weekly Report 4/24
    April 24, 2017
    Mycala Moody of Framingham State and Sarah Eugenio of Westfield State earn the MASCAC Player, Rookie and Pitcher of the Week weekly honors.
  • Softball Weekly Report 4/17
    April 17, 2017
    Sydney Despres of Worcester State, Galen Kerr of Fitchburg State and Mycala Moody of Framingham State claim the MASCAC Softball Player, Pitcher and Rookie of the Week accolades.
  • Softball Weekly Report 4/10
    April 10, 2017
    Shannon Grindle of Bridgewater State and Meghan Black of Salem State earn the MASCAC Player, Rookie and Pitcher of the Week accolades.
  • Softball Weekly Report 4/3
    April 03, 2017
    The Framingham State trio of Anna Dziok, Jessica Pietersen and Kyla Johnson are the MASCAC Softball Player, Pitcher and Rookie of the Week award winners.
  • Softball Weekly Report 3/27
    March 27, 2017
    Framingham State's Marissa Flynn, Massachusetts Maritime's Jenna Nalette, Melissa Cochrane take home the MASCAC Softball Player, Pitcher and Rookie of the Week honorees.
  • Framingham State's Gunarathne Repeats as ECAC Division III New England Softball Pitcher of the Week
    March 23, 2017
    Sophomore pitcher Kelsi Gunarathne has been named the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Division III New England Softball Pitcher of the Week for the week ending March 19th.
  • Softball Weekly Report 3/20
    March 20, 2017
    Julia Sullivan of Westfield State, Kelsi Gunarathne and Mycala Moody of Framingham State are the MASCAC Softball Player, Pitcher and Rookie of the Week honorees.
  • Softball Weekly Report 3/13
    March 13, 2017
    Courtney Leddy, Shannon Grindle of Bridgewater State and Kelsi Gunarathne of Framingham State take home the first MASCAC Softball Player, Rookie and Pitcher of the Week honors.
  • Worcester State Picked to Win 2017 MASCAC Softball Championship
    March 02, 2017
    Reigning MASCAC Regular Season and Tournament Champions Worcester State have been selected to win the 2017 Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference Softball Championship as voted on by the eight coaches from around the conference.