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Following a five day online fan vote, the Marshall softball All-Anniversary team was revealed at the team's second annual Diamond Club Dinner Friday evening.
Marshall softball third baseman Jazmine Valle has been named to the All-Conference USA Preseason Team, the conference office announced Wednesday.
Tickets and tables are still available for Marshall softball's second annual Diamond Club Dinner on Friday, January 25 on-campus at the Marshall Foundation Hall.
To help celebrate the 20th season of Marshall softball, fans will select an All-Anniversary team through online voting starting Monday, Jan. 14.
Marshall head softball coach Shonda Stanton has been invited to share her 15 years of coaching knowledge at two upcoming clinics in the month of January.
Marshall University Department of Athletics will host the 16th annual Sweetheart Clinic, Sunday, February 3 for girls ages 4-12.
Nine Marshall softball players were tabbed as 2011-12 NFCA All-America Scholar Athletes, the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) announced Thursday.
Marshall softball is offering hitting and pitching instructional clinics on Mondays and Tuesdays during the months of December and January.
Marshall softball will host the second annual Diamond Club Dinner January 25 with two-time Olympian Natasha Watley serving as the keynote speaker.
Marshall softball will face nine teams that participated in last year's NCAA tournament as head coach Shonda Stanton unveiled the 2013 schedule Monday.
Each team, no matter their location, wants local and state talent to make up their roster.
Marshall softball head coach Shonda Stanton announced Tuesday the signing of five girls to National Letters of Intent during the early signing period.
Marshall softball will begin offering hitting and pitching instructional clinics on Mondays and Tuesday this fall and winter.
Marshall softball's fall exhibition schedule came to a close Sunday as it swept Ohio 6-5 and 7-2 at Dot Hicks Field in Huntington.
The fall exhibition season will come to a close for Marshall softball on Sunday when it hosts Ohio for a doubleheader at Dot Hicks Field beginning at 1 p.m.
A no-hitter from Andi Williamson in game one and a walk-off home run by Shaelynn Braxton in game two led Marshall softball to a sweep of West Virginia State Sunday at Dot Hicks Field.
Former Marshall softball players Rachel Folden and Amanda Williams will compete against their alma mater as they were a part of the 12 person roster announced by the NPF that will compete against Marshall.
A plethora of runs from Kentucky and four errors by Marshall were too much for the Thundering Herd softball team as it fell to the Wildcats 11-6 Sunday from Dot Hicks Field.
Marshall softball will begin its 2012 fall exhibition schedule Sunday when it host Kentucky for one game at Dot Hicks Field.