WESTWOOD, Mass. – Clark University softball seniors Leah Bodin (Andover, Vt.) and Sami West (Gonic, N.H.) along with juniors Kendra Walker (Cumberland, R.I.) and Taylor Erickson (Natick, Mass.) were named to the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) 2018 Softball Academic All-Conference team as announced by the league office. The NEWMAC softball student-athletes totaled 43 honorees this year.
The Clark University softball team split a double-header against the Hawk of Becker College on Tuesday afternoon. The Hawks ran away with a 5-3 victory in game one before the Cougars were able to shut them out, 4-0 in game two of the day.
The Clark University softball team split a New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) doubleheader with the Lions of Emerson College on Friday afternoon. Emerson shutout Clark to start off the day before they kept the Lions scoreless in a 6-0 victory in game two. Prior to the games Clark recognized four graduating seniors for Senior Day: Sami West (Gonic, N.H.), Brenna Foley (Charlton, Mass.), Leah Bodin (Andover, Vt.) and Anjelica Gonzalez (Merrimack, N.H.).
The Clark University Softball team split a pair of New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) games with the Lyons of Wheaton College on Saturday afternoon. Senior Sami West (Gonic, N.H.) knocked down a walk-off RBI single right up the middle in the bottom of the seventh inning to give Clark the 4-3 victory in game one.
The MIT softball team moved atop the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) standings this afternoon as the Engineers took two games from Clark University on Briggs Field. MIT defeated Clark, 8-3, in game one before shutting out the Cougars, 9-0, over six innings in game two.
The Clark University softball team split with the Pioneers of Smith College in two New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) games on Saturday afternoon. Senior Sami West (Gonic, N.H.) had a great day on the mound for Clark earning the win in game one, recording seven strikeouts over seven innings pitched.
The Clark University softball team dropped two New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) games with the Bears of the Coast Guard Academy on Friday afternoon. The Cougars are back in NEWMAC action tomorrow at Smith College.
The Clark University softball team dropped a pair of games with the Lions of Penn. State Altoona and the Golden Tornadoes of Geneva College on Wednesday afternoon. The Cougars head back to Worcester, Mass. with a 4-6 record.
The Clark University softball team dropped to the Yellow Jackets of Waynesburg University and the Panthers of Pitt.-Bradford College on Monday afternoon. Waynesburg cruised to a 7-2 victory in game one, but the Cougars held strong in game two and only fell in the final inning when a two-RBI single from the Panthers gave them the ultimate 2-1 victory.
The Clark University softball team picked up two more wins on day two in Naples, Fla. Lead by another no-hitter performance by senior pitcher Sami West (Gonic, N.H.), Clark downed NJCU 10-1 in the first game of the day before earning a 7-6 victory in extra innings over Rivier University in game two.
The Clark University softball team went 1-1 in their opening day with a victory over Elms College and a setback to Kenyon College in Fort Myers, Fla. on Saturday afternoon. Senior Sami West (Gonic, N.H.) pitched a no-hitter in the Cougar’s 1-0 victory over Elms.
The Clark University offense sputtered and they dropped their final doubleheader of the year to Worcester city rival, Worcester State, 6-0 and 4-0 at Rockwood Park on Friday afternoon in non-league softball action.
Ali Reilly spun a no-hitter in the opener and then Brooke Stock followed that up with a one-hitter in the nightcap as host Babson swept a NEWMAC softball doubleheader with Clark University on Sunday afternoon.
Lauren Mackey hit a homerun in the opener and Brenna Foley was excellent in the circle in the nightcap and Clark University earned a split with New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) softball action on Saturday afternoon.
The Cougars scored a pair of dramatic victories over Worcester-area rival Becker College with a thrilling 3-2 extra inning win in game one and a 9-8 come from behind in game two at O’Brien field on Tuesday afternoon in non-league action.
Coast Guard hurler Julia Ferris threw a pair of complete game victories for the first time in her career and the host Bears swept a New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) doubleheader from Clark University on Saturday afternoon.
Lauren Mackey (Dublin, N.H.) brought home the game-winning run with a sacrifice fly to left field and Clark University used an improbable rally to earn a split with the nation’s No. 19 team Springfield College on Friday afternoon.