#FSWSoftball Graduate Taylor Collins Signs With Campbell Former FSW first baseman Taylor Collins has signed her National Letter of Intent to play for Campbell University. Campbell competes in the Big South Conference (NCAA Division I). Full Story
#FSWSoftball Graduate Autumn Ogletree Signs With Tennessee State FSW softball graduate Autumn Ogletree has signed her National Letter of Intent to play for head coach Andrea Browning and Tennessee State University. Full Story
Former Buccaneers Set To Compete In WBSC Women’s Softball World Championships Former FSW softball standouts and New Zealand natives Courtney Gettins (Univ. of Alabama), Mikayla Werahiko (Univ. of Maryland) and Mereana Makea will compete for the New Zealand National team in the XVI WBSC Women’s Softball World Championships in Chiba, Japan. Full Story
#FSWSoftball Graduate Emily Martin Signs With South Carolina Beaufort FSW designated player Emily Martin has signed her National Letter of Intent to play for the University of South Carolina Beaufort. USCB is an NAIA institution that competes in The Sun Conference. Full Story
FSW Student-Athletes Earn Academic Awards Several Florida SouthWestern State College student-athletes have earned academic honors for their success in the classroom during the 2017-18 academic year, highlighted by 13 student-athletes earning NJCAA Academic honors and Riley Russell and Sam Freitas earning Suncoast Conference Academic Student-Athletes of the Year. Full Story
#FSWSoftball Graduate Alyssa Allender Signs With Columbia International FSW softball utility player Alyssa Allender has signed her National Letter of Intent to play for head coach Sara Allen and Columbia International University. Allender will have two years of eligibility remaining. Full Story
Former Buccaneers Named To New Zealand National Team The New Zealand White Sox Softball World Championship team will have plenty of FSW representation. The White Sox announced the full squad on Tuesday (June 5) and former FSW softball standouts and New Zealand natives Courtney Gettins (Univ. of Alabama), Mikayla Werahiko (Univ. of Maryland) and Mereana Makea have been named to the team. Full Story
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