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NCAA Div I Softball

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  1. Monica Abbott re-watched her 2007 WCWS game and broke down her performance. Here are 10 of her best reactions.
  2. Monica Abbott broke the NCAA career strikeout record and strikeouts in a season record her senior year at Tennessee. Abbott rewatches the WCWS game in 2007 when she reached her 700th strikeout of the season, and breaks down her performance, what she notices about herself, her memories and more.
  3. Cat Osterman broke down her memories as she watched her 19-strikeout shutout over Arizona in the 2005 WCWS for Texas softball. Here are nine of her most vivid memories as she relived the experience.
  4. Cat Osterman threw a 4-hitter with 19 strikeouts in the 2005 WCWS game against Arizona. Osterman breaks down her performance, strategy, and memories from the shutout.
  5. Lisa Fernandez tells the story of her 29-0 junior campaign and winning the 1992 national championship.
  6. Lisa Fernandez tells the story of her final collegiate softball season at UCLA. She led the nation in batting average and also had the lowest ERA.
  7. Lisa Fernandez broke down her 1992 national championship and her final collegiate season at UCLA.
  8. We looked at the top players to ever play at Washington at every position, and put together the Huskie's all-time softball dream team. Here is the ultimate Washington team that includes the likes of Danielle Lawrie, Kristen Rivera, and Sarah Pickering.
  9. We looked at the top college softball players to ever play at Arizona and put together one version of an Arizona softball dream team. Here is the ultimate Arizona team that includes the likes of Jenny Dalton, Alison Johnsen McCutcheon, and Jennie Finch.
  10. UCLA swept Oklahoma in the 2019 Women's College World Series finals with a walk-off hit by Kinsley Washington in Game 2. Here are the top moments, sights and sounds from the Bruins 12th title in program history.