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2010 Softball Team

Season Outlook

What will the 2015 Raiders look like? Athleticism abounds and the Raiders have accomplished hitters from the top of the order to the bottom of the order.
Offense will be the hallmark of this team!

Two returning pitchers and two incoming pitchers will compete for time in the circle. And, the Raiders catching position is certainly one of the strengths of the team.
The Raiders have five catchers and three of those players expect to see regular action.

The Raiders return five Western Region All-Stars from the 2014 season; KarleeRose Perry (P), Tricia Bonifacio (3rd/SS) , Maddy Smith (P/UTL), Amanda Allison(OF)
and Molly LaMotte (OF). KarleeRose notched 14 wins and had one save as a freshmen and has taken a significant step forward as a sophomore.
Molly Lamotte hit 17 home-runs as a freshmen and stole 18 bases. The college’s career home-run mark is 26 and Molly certainly has that record in her sights.

The Raiders have eleven freshmen and all of them have impressed at times. However the most consistent contributors and those improving the fastest are;
Kailey Nobriga, Kali Schouteran, Savannah Brown, Anna Lennox and McKenna Gagner. If these freshmen continue to develop then the Raiders will be once
again strong up the middle one of the top defenses in the NWAC.

Mark Edmonston
Head Softball Coach
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Kimberly Cable
Assistant Coach
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Keilani Cruz
Assistant Coach
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NWAACC Scores

Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges

For regional community college sports scores, visit Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges.

Softball Recruiting

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