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Southern Arkansas (60-10) kept its season alive by scoring 10 runs over the first three innings on its way to forcing another game between the two teams on Sunday. Saint Anselm (43-11-1), which saw its seven-game winning streak come to an end and lost for only the fourth time in the last 34 games, faces the Lady Muleriders for the third time in Salem at 11 a.m. on Sunday, May 27 in a do-or-die game with a spot in the championship series on the line.
Oklahoma City, Okla. (May 23) -- At the 2018 NCAA Division III Softball National Championship banquet this evening in Oklahoma City, MIT junior pitcher Ravenne Nasser (Methuen, Mass.) became the first student-athlete in program history to earn All-America honors from the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA).
Nasser, a biological engineering major, adds this All-America award to her long list of accolades this spring. The junior was named as the Williamstown Super Regional Most Outstanding Pitcher, as the Cambridge Regional Most Outstanding Player, was named to the NFCA All-Region First Team, to the NEWMAC All-Conference First Team and as the NEWMAC Pitcher of the Year. Additionally, Nasser was named as the NEWMAC Tournament Most Outstanding Player as well as the NEWMAC Pitcher of the Week back on April 2.
Nasser has been the starting ace of the MIT pitching staff all spring and currently has a record of 21-4 in 27 starts. The junior has also thrown 14 complete games and notched the first save of her career earlier this season. In 166.1 innings this season, Nasser has an ERA of 1.60 and has struck out 132 batters. Nasser led the NEWMAC in wins (21), strikeouts (132), ERA (1.60), innings pitched (166.1) and is currently third in complete games (14).
This spring, Nasser has individually set career-bests in wins, saves, innings, strikeouts and ERA and has helped MIT softball set new single-season program records in wins (38), runs (256), hits (405), triples (28), home runs (15), RBI (218), total bases (575) and stolen bases (77).
Ravenne was a life-long Hurricane and we couldn't be prouder of her. No. 20 MIT (38-9-1) opened the 2018 NCAA Division III National Championship Tournament with a loss to No. 16 Luther College at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. They play Ithica today at 11am. GO ENGINEERS!!!
This program provides elite athletes an outstanding baseball/softball experience. In creating opportunities to play at an elite level of competition with the most professional coaching available, teams develop both a strategic and tactical understanding of the game.
We have both baseball and softball teams out of all three Play Ball facilities: Salem, Nashua, and Salisbury. To speak to someone about our program, call 603-898-0332 or email email@example.com. Come be a part of the Hurricane tradition.
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Our professional coaching and instructional staffs are second to none. We have a cadre of current and former professional baseball players, current and former college baseball and softball coaches, current and former college baseball and softball players, and a multitude of years of coaching experience in both the baseball and softball programs. Experience both on the field and in the coaching box set our staffs apart from all other programs.
Our training program pursues excellence by focusing on player development from the ground up. We drive perpetual improvement of all basic baseball and softball skills by providing continuous feedback for every repetition at every practice, scrimmage, and competition. We provide an early fall program, a late fall specialized training program, twice-weekly off-season practices, and early spring scrimmages, all in preparation for improved performance on the field.
We teach the game through the lenses of sportsmanship, effort, and respect. We expect our Hurricane players, coaches, and families to respect the team, each other, opponents, and officials. We expect our players to work hard at all times and commit to their own improvement. And we expect anyone wearing or supporting someone in a Hurricane uniform to behave in a way that is consistent with outstanding sportsmanship.