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#153: Lonni Alameda, Head Coach, Florida State Softball, visits TCRS to recap the 2013/2014 season and talk about how the team has looked since its return from the holiday break. In six seasons at FSU, Coach Alameda has led the Seminoles to five ACC Championship game appearances with titles in 2011 and 2014. FSU posted its best season in a decade with a 55-9 record in 2014 to finish ranked No. 7 in the country by both the NFCA and USA Softball. The Seminoles won 24 ACC games to set a new school and ACC mark for conference wins in a season and also set program records in runs scored (400), home runs (65), extra base hits (168), RBI (363), walks (318) and slugging percentage (.493). Coach Alameda Twitter, FSU Twitter, FSU Facebook, FSU Instagram.
#154: Eugene Lenti, Head Coach, DePaul Softball, visits TCRS. DePaul is the lone member of the BIG EAST represented in the NFCA pre-season rankings and is coming off of a 44-11 campaign from a season ago and finished No. 24 in the last NFCA poll of 2014. The Blue Demons, despite not having a ranked matchup in league play, meet some of top competition in the non-conference portion of their schedule. DePaul encounters four teams in the preseason poll who are ranked or are receiving votes this season. DePaul kicks off its season with a duel in Honolulu with No. 4 Oklahoma on Feb. 5. The Blue Demons could see the Sooners twice during the five-game classic, hosted by Hawaii. DePaul also tangles with former BIG EAST rival, No. 22 Notre Dame, in South Bend, Ind. on April 21. DePaul Athletics Twitter.
#151: Glenn Moore, Head Coach, Baylor Softball, visits TCRS. In 2014, Baylor made the trip to OKC reaching the semis before falling to the eventual 2014 WCWS Champion Florida Gators. This season Baylor will be led by Sr. INF. Jordan Strickland, who led everyone in OKC with six RBI, was named to the WCWS All-Tournament team. Coach Moore on Twitter, Lady Bears Twitter, Lady Bears Facebook.
#150: Crystal Rosenthal, Head Coach, Concordia Irvine, visits TCRS. 2015 is Coach Rosenthal's seventh season at the helm for the Eagles and the team has had a winning record each of her first seasons with at least 50 wins in each of the last three. In 2013, the Eagles won the NAIA National Championship after going (52-3). Last season, they went (50-7) overall making it back to the tournament but fell to Simpson University. Coach Rosenthal on Twitter, Eagles Twitter, Eagles Facebook.
#148: Kim Schuette, Head Coach, Purdue, visits TCRS. In 2014, Schuette led the Boilermakers to a sixth-place conference finish and the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals in her first season. Purdue went 27-28-1 including a 13-10 mark in conference play. The Boilers won five of their eight league series and posted three wins over Top 25 foes, downing No. 4 Michigan, No. 10 Texas and No. 12 Minnesota. The season, which saw the squad play 14 games against Top 25 foes and 14 opponents that advanced to the NCAA Regionals, also featured a no-hitter by junior Alex Whittemore and a program-best five All-Big Ten honorees. A program-record six players garnered All-Region accolades, while a record 14 players earned Academic All-Big Ten nods and senior outfielder Andie Varsho was tabbed with first team Academic All-America honors.
#139: Lonni Alameda, Head Coach, Florida State Softball, visits TCRS to announce the 2015 Schedule and talk everything FSU Softball. In six season at FSU, Coach Alameda has led the Seminoles to five ACC Championship game appearances with titles in 2011 and 2014. FSU posted its best season in a decade with a 55-9 record in 2014 to finish ranked No. 7 in the country by both the NFCA and USA Softball. The Seminoles won 24 ACC games to set a new school and ACC mark for conference wins in a season and also set program records in runs scored (400), home runs (65), extra base hits (168), RBI (363), walks (318) and slugging percentage (.493). FSU Twitter, FSU Facebook, FSU Instagram.
#149: Taylor Leach formerly of University of South Carolina visits TCRS to discuss her time as a Gamecock and the upcoming 2015 National Women's Soccer League Draft which will be held on 1/16/2015 in Philadelphia. During her time at USC, Leach earned First-Team All-SEC twice and was a 2014 Sr. Class Award Candidate Leach of Facebook.
Leach vs Missouri https://ussoccer.app.box.com/s/fvrshr4h1j77nahvf6m6
vs Texas A&M https://ussoccer.app.box.com/s/gvyxjdptk0383i37ovwt
vs Florida https://ussoccer.app.box.com/s/w2ypq150qegcdn3mzfc0
Krystyna Freda will also join the show. Freda finished her collegiate career at Winthrop as the Big South Conference's Career Record Holder in Goals (63), Game-Winners (20), Points (144) and Shots (398). Freda also holds the single season record for Shots (106) and is T-1 in Game-Winners with (7). Freda on Facebook.
#145: Holly Aprile, Head Coach, Pittsburgh, visits TCRS. The 2014/2015 season for the Panthers sees the addittion of key transfer Jenna Modic a JR from Miami (OH) who will see both time in the circle and the infield. Pitt. will also look for a big season from Shelby Pickett a RS JR who missed the 2014 season due to injury after transfering from Ohio State. The 2013 campaign saw a program first as freshman Tori Nirschl was named the Big East Rookie of the Year. Nirschl is the first ever major award winner for the Pitt softball program, which includes Rookie, Player or Pitcher of the Year. Nirschl garnered third-team all-conference honors as a freshman. Pitt Softball Twitter, Pitt Facebook.
#138: Carol Hutchins, Head Coach, Michigan Softball, visits TCRS to discuss how the team has done during practices and the first weekend of the fall schedule. Coach Hutch will also preview the much anticipated games against Kentucky which Michigan will host on October 4th and 5th. Coach Hutch Twitter Michigan Facebook Michigan Twitter.
#146: Mike Candrea, Head Coach, Arizona, visits TCRS. Coach Candrea enters his 30th season as the head coach of the University of Arizona softball team in 2015 and under his guidance reaching the pinnacle should once again underscore a record of success almost unparalleled by any program in any sport at any level. He is one of the most respected coaches in the nation, with the accomplishments to supplement: eight national titles in 24 seasons, 21 trips to the Women’s College World Series in the last 25 seasons, 1,387 career victories, a mind-boggling career winning percentage of 80%, 52 All-Americans, four national players of the year and stewardship of Team USA to an Olympic gold medal, to name a few.
WCWS Titles: 1991, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 2001, 2006 and 2007. Following each of the titles in 1994, 1996, 1997 and 2007, Candrea was named the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Division I Coach of the Year.
Candrea has stressed academic success, as well, with K’Lee Arredondo (2010, first team), Autumn Champion (2006, second team), Leah O’Brien (first team, 1994, 1995 and 1997), Jenny Dalton (first team in 1996, second team in 1995) and Nancy Evans (1998) earning Academic All-America honors.
Coach Candrea Official Site, Coach Candrea Twitter, Wildcats Twitter, Wildcats Facebook
#142: Rachel Lawson, Head Coach, Kentucky, visits TCRS. The 2014/15 UK softball roster will be led by one of the nation's top pitchers Kelsey Nunley and arguably the nation's number one catcher Griffin Joiner. 2014 was a great year in Lexington as UK softball earned the program’s first-ever Women’s College World Series berth, defeated a school record 15 ranked teams during the season and finished the year ranked No. 6 in the final USA Today/NFCA national poll and Coach Lawson and her staff earned honors as the NFCA D-I Coaching Staff of the Year. Off the field, UK softball saw 12 student-athletes named NFCA All-America Scholar Athletes while 18 earned SEC academic honors. Coach Lawson Twitter, UK Softball Twitter, UK Softball Facebook.
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