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DeRosa leading freshman charge

Matt Gad—Sports Writer This year’s softball squad has seen an offensive jolt from its incoming freshman class, including from infielder Liz DeRosa. She said her relationship with her fellow freshmen teammates has really been important. “We have a bond coming in and working together, and the upperclassmen have been really supportive,” she said. “They’ve been helping us whenever we need

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Softball wins at home

Sam Tapper—Contributor Despite a slow start to their season, the Owls’ spirits remain high after the softball team split a double-header against the Greyhounds of Assumption College. Sophomore pitcher Jazmyn Martinez started game one for the Owls, but quickly found herself in a jam, surrendering four runs in the top of the first inning off walks, stolen bases and some

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Fresh faces for softball

Matt Gad—Sports Writer The softball teams holds high expectations for this season, as this year’s squad features 10 underclassmen and what the team is calling a very deep lineup, one through nine. Head coach Jillian Rispoli said the incoming class of athletes has already impressed her. “We have a handful of fresh faces,” Rispoli said. “And those young kids have

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Softball closes season with double header split

Matt Gad – Sports Writer This year’s Owls softball team, which went 11-31, featured four graduating seniors in catcher Heather Jackson, outfielder Jaime Conklin, infielder BryAnna McIntosh and first baseman and pitcher Victoria Ceballos. This past Sunday they had their final two collegiate games. Game one of a doubleheader with American International College featured a 5-1 win off a strong

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Softball team sputtering

Matt Gad – Sports Writer For Southern softball head coach Jill Rispoli, this season is one that she just wants to be turned around. Now sitting at 5-18, and a mere 2-9 in the NE10, she said the process of adjustment is still one in continuation. “The wheels just came off the wagon,” she said April 6, reflecting on the

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