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sftbll4ever

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I don't see how Towson gets a congratulations. They are playing in a useless small post season tournament, that any team with a winning record gets invited to. Who won that thing last year? Does anyone know or care? They should have spent good money flying to places to play big RPI teams than doing the Carolina bus trips to bag a bunch of wins that were stat generators and were meaningless.


Cal Poly and I am sure that everyone of those girls cared!!!
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Liberty beat Lamar in last year's finals.
Ladera96DD

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The NISC is a chance to extend the Careers of Seniors that have given what they could over their career, it's additional game time & practice for underclassmen... and it's additional tournament play time to build a championship mentality... a chance to change the culture. 4 teams that competed in the NISC in 2017 made the 2018 NCAA's I beleive 1 or 2 of them for the first time ever! i dont seee what is bad about it... 
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So was it Cal Poly or Liberty? Either way, to win it would be a dubious award. 17 teams who did not make the NCAA cut. Extending the careers of seniors for 3 or 4 more games after just playing 50+? I believe it is a waste of money. By the way, Liberty has a very good team and would have gotten in the NCAA's this year regardless of last year's Losers bowl win.
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Liberty, I messed up!
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Congrats to all the NFCA All Region winners from the CAA!!!

DIVISION I - MID-ATLANTIC REGION - FIRST TEAM
3B Taylor DuPree College of Charleston
SS Brook Miko Towson University
OF Kendyl Scott Towson University
OF Kara Shutt Elon University
 
DIVISION I - MID-ATLANTIC REGION - SECOND TEAM
SS Hannah Olson Elon University
 
DIVISION I - MID-ATLANTIC REGION - THIRD TEAM
1B Madison Wilson Towson University
 
DIVISION I - NORTHEAST REGION - FIRST TEAM
P Sarah Cornell Hofstra University
P Payton Buresch James Madison University
1B Brittany Allocca Hofstra University
OF Kate Gordon James Madison University
OF Brielle Pietrafesa Hofstra University
UT/P Odicci Alexander James Madison University
UT/Non-P or DP Sarah Edwards Hofstra University
 
DIVISION I - NORTHEAST REGION - SECOND TEAM
P Sophie Dandola Hofstra University
1B Kristi DiMeo Drexel University
3B Morgan Tolle James Madison University
SS Linda Rush Drexel University
 
DIVISION I - NORTHEAST REGION - THIRD TEAM
C Anna Steinmetz University of Delaware
SS Kristin Hallam Hofstra University
OF Courtney Scarpato Hofstra University
OF Cambry Arnold James Madison University

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The Columbia Regional thread is talking about the story of the young lady who hit the walkoff to win for USC.   Being that it is such a beautiful moment for a that student-athlete, I did not want to do anything to deflect from that.

However, I just wanted to take a moment to extend a thank you to all our departing seniors for four excellent years of service.  

It is heartbreaking to see your careers end this way.  But unfortunately, since it's been the same poison all season with Cornell giving up untimely bombs, I cannot say it is shocking.  But it hurts nonetheless.  

So, on behalf of the Pride enthusiasts, thank you + best wishes to #8, #11, #14, #17, #21 (finishes tied for second in career HRs), #32, and #36....Each one of you gave us everything you had; and for that, you will all be #1 in our hearts.
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That was just gut-wrenching, hofman.... a heckuva season, and gave my Ducks every BIT of all they wanted in March
NCexile

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Saw that one up close.  Cornell remains more of a 'thrower' than a pitcher.  Walked 7, hit 2 and K'd 10.  Was constantly in trouble but got away with it until she didn't.  Might still be playing if she hadn't issued a walk before the HR.  Very little difference between the top 3 teams in Columbia with #1's in the circle. 
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Saw that one up close.  Cornell remains more of a 'thrower' than a pitcher.  Walked 7, hit 2 and K'd 10.  Was constantly in trouble but got away with it until she didn't.  Might still be playing if she hadn't issued a walk before the HR.  Very little difference between the top 3 teams in Columbia with #1's in the circle. 


I'm glad somebody else saw that to. JMU decided to take their thrower to the Pitcher's duel also. 
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I'm coming back to the Towson team getting into that post season tournament. They have one decent pitcher and a couple of very good senior hitters. They were not going to win the thing and ended up wasting their time and money. They got 4 more games against mediocre teams (actually 2 since they played Eastern Kentucky 3 times). But if that made their coach and administration happy, who am I to comment?
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