2019 MASCAC Softball News

  • MASCAC Softball Weekly Report 4/22
    April 22, 2019
    Kayla Soucie of Westfield State, Kelsi Gunarathne of Framingham State and Audrey Johnson of Fitchburg State claim the MASCAC Softball Player, Pitcher and Rookie of the Week awards brought to you by GEICO.
  • MASCAC Softball Weekly Report 4/15
    April 15, 2019
    The Framingham State duo of Grace Caughey and Kelsi Gunarathne are the MASCAC Softball Player and Pitcher of the Week while Westfield State' Sarah Meunier is the Rookie of the Week brought to you by GEICO.
  • Softball Weekly Report 4/8
    April 08, 2019
    Kaiulani Ennis of Worcester State, Taylor Colvin of Fitchburg State and Farrah Adam of Framingham State take home the MASCAC Softball Player, Pitcher and Rookie of the Week honors brought to you by GEICO.
  • MASCAC Softball Weekly Report 4/1
    April 01, 2019
    Alexandra Ruprecht of Bridgewater State, Kelsi Gunarathne of Framingham State and Audrey Johnson of Fitchburg State claim the MASCAC Softball Player, Pitcher and Rookie of the Week awards brought to you by GEICO.
  • MASCAC Softball Weekly Report 3/25
    March 25, 2019
    Kaylyn Holliday of MCLA and Fitchburg State duo of Emma Campbell, Olivia Pietersen are the MASCAC Softball Player, Pitcher and Rookie of the Week honorees brought to you by GEICO.
  • MASCAC Softball Weekly Report 3/18
    March 18, 2019
    Kasey Nolan from Salem State was selected as the MASCAC Softball Player of the Week award, brought to you by GEICO. Bridgewater State's Natalie Sorrenti and Fitchburg State's Olivia Pietersen earn the Pitcher and Rookie of the Week awards.
  • MASCAC Softball Weekly Report 3/11
    March 11, 2019
    Shannon Grindle from Bridgewater State takes home the first MASCAC Softball Player of the Week award, brought to you by GEICO. The Fitchburg State pair of Emma Campbell and Olivia Pietersen earn the Pitcher and Rookie of the Week awards.
  • Framingham State Seeks Three-Peat, Enters Season as Preseason Softball Favorite
    February 21, 2019
    Framingham State was one of four teams to receive first place votes in the MASCAC Softball Preseason Coaches' Poll. The Rams earned five first place votes and enter the year as the preseason favorite.