Softball Knights Start Season 4 For 4

Softball Knights Start Season 4 For 4

The UCF softball team (4-0) again won both games of their double header vs. Bethune-Cookman and Chattanooga on their second and final day of Dot Richardson’s National Collegiate Softball Invitational at the National Training Center softball complex. The Knights defeated the Wildcats in the opening game 10-4 before toppling the Mocs 6-2 in UCF’s final […]

  • Softball Knights Open Season With a Bang

    After five weeks of grueling conditioning and practice, the UCF softball team opens its 2010 campaign Friday at its toughest tournament in program history, the NTC Elite Invitational. The event, hosted by Olympic Gold medalist Dot Richardson at the National Training Center in nearby Clermont, pits the Knights against four-straight opponents ranked in the USA […]


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