The IU women’s softball season opens Thursday against the No. 2 Arizona Wildcats as part of the Kajikawa Classic in Tempe, Ariz.
The IU women’s softball team opened its fall schedule Saturday with two wins in a double-header against IUPUI at the IU Softball Field.
This past week, the city played host to the USA/ASA National Fastpitch softball tournament for the 19th time. It marks the largest Bloomington tournament since the Under-16 National Fastpitch Tournament in 2004.
The IU women’s softball team will look to West Lafayette as they attempt to break their losing streak of seven games in this weekend’s series.
Just when the IU softball team started winning in the Big Ten, it goes back to non-conference action. IU (8-24, 1-5) plays Evansville (11-21) in a home doubleheader today and travels to Ball State (24-9) on Wednesday.
With 10 of its 23 players in their freshman year, the IU softball team is in rebuilding mode this season. But what the newest recruiting class lacks in age, it makes up for in talent.
This past season, 10 freshman softball players were added to the IU roster. But another newcomer to the Hoosiers, Cassie Gogreve, has also made a major impact on the field.