Coach Earleywine enters his 10th season as head Tiger with a 411-138 record
The Tigers have averaged 45.7 wins per season in Coach Earleywine’s nine seasons in the dugout
The Tigers have made three Women’s College World Series appearances, recorded the first three 50-win seasons in school history and have advanced to seven NCAA Super Regionals since Coach Earleywine took over the program in 2007
The 2015 Tigers squad set program-best marks for total RBI (355), runs scored (395), walks (264) and combined batting average (.320)
The Tigers are 22-4, 2-1 in conference play, through their first 26 games in 2016
Coach Harris-Champer enters her 16th season at UGA with a 731-265 record
The Bulldogs have made 14-straight NCAA Championship appearances, won two SEC Championships, one SEC Tournament Championship, eight NCAA Regional Championships, and two NCAA Super Regional Championships
In the past 16 years UGA has had 24 NFCA All-Americans, 13 Easton All-Americans, 73 All-SEC recognitions, and 54 NFCA All-Region selections
Through 15 seasons with Coach Harris-Champer leading them, Georgia has academically produced three CoSIDA Academic All-Americans, 12 CoSIDA Academic All-District selections, and 81 members selected to the SEC Academic Honor Roll
During the 2015 season, the Bulldogs set several program records including batting average (.343), runs scored (440), and on base percentage (.420)
The Bulldogs are 24-3 through their first 27 games in 2016
UGA will begin conference play on March 19 with a three game trip to USC
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Through 18 seasons, Coach Murphy has a 890-241 (.787) record with the Crimson Tide
The Crimson Tide have won 10 SEC championships (5 regular season and 5 tournaments), made 17 consecutive NCAA tournaments and have advanced to the Women’s College World Series ten times
Alabama won their first national championship in school history and the first softball national championship in the history of the SEC in 2012
The Crimson Tide have produced 25 All-American players, with 12 of those being selected multiple years
Every member of the 2015 Crimson Tide either was named to the Academic All-SEC or the SEC First Year Academic Honor Roll lists. The team’s 3.495 team GPA was the highest of any SEC team, ranked 13th nationally among all Division-I programs
The Crimson Tide opened their 2016 season going 4-1 at the UCF Classic and sweeping opponents at the Panther Invitational
Alabama will compete in three more tournaments this season, the Easton Bama Bash (Feb 26-28), Easton Crimson Classic (March 3-6), and the Easton Tournament (March 17-19)
The Crimson Tide are 11-1 through their first twelve games of the 2016 season
Under Coach Walton the Gators have won three SEC Tournament Championships, made 10 consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances, seven College World Series appearances, and won two consecutive national championships
Coach Walton has coached 26 All-American selections and one Collegiate Player of the Year in his 10 seasons leading the Gators
There are currently three Softball Factory alumni playing for the Gators
The Orange and Blue were ranked #1 in USA Today’s 2016 Top 25 Pre-Season Poll
The Gators opened their 2016 season sweeping opponents at the USF Wilson-Demarini Tournament and the Diamond 9 Citrus Classic
Florida will compete in two more tournaments, the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic (Feb 25-27) and the Aquafina Invitational (March 3-6) before starting the regular season March 9th against South Dakota
Former University of Florida pitching standout, Hannah Rogers will be guest speaker at the Awards Ceremony for the 2015 Softball Factory All-America Pre-Season Tournament, January 16-18 at the National Training Center in Clermont, Florida.
Rogers, the first-ever four-time All-American in softball at Florida, won 127 games for the Gators over her four seasons, posting a 1.63 career ERA.
Hannah was named the 2014 WCWS Most Outstanding Player, pitching four complete games and earning the save in the championship-clinching game against Alabama.
She was a 2014 SEC All-Defensive Team selection, and an All-SEC First Team selection for pitching in 2013.
Players are selected to compete in the tournament based on a strong performance at a previous Softball Factory event or recommendation by a coach.