2011 Softball
Recent Softball Headlines
Tue, Jul. 22, 2014 - [Softball]
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CLINTON – Head Coach Kevin Jannusch and the Ashford University softball team are pleased to announce the incoming group of Saints that will take the diamond for the 2015 season. The signing class consists of five fresh new faces that will join a squad that looks to improve on a 21-20 record from a season ago.

Wed, May. 28, 2014 - [Softball]
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CLINTON – On Wednesday (May 28) morning, the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) released its list of softball players from around the nation that were named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes for the 2013-14 academic year.

Wed, Apr. 30, 2014 - [Softball]
(Top left, clockwise) Nicole Schmidt, Shelby Hobelman, Kalyn Ohlemeyer and Payton Geeting were honored on Wednesday
(Top left, clockwise) Nicole Schmidt, Shelby Hobelman, Kalyn Ohlemeyer and Payton Geeting were honored on Wednesday

Complete A.I.I. Release

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. – One night before they begin play at the 2014 Association of Independent Institutions (A.I.I.) Softball Tournament, the conference announced this year's first and second team all-conference nominations.

Four Saints were named to this year's Second Team All-A.I.I: pitcher Nicole Schmidt, catcher Shelby Hobelman, second baseman Kalyn Ohlemeyer and outfielder Payton Geeting.

Thu, Apr. 24, 2014 - [Softball]
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CLINTON – Due to a scheduling conflict, head coach Kevin Jannusch and the Ashford University softball team have announced the cancellation of Saturday's double header with William Penn University.

Sat, Apr. 19, 2014 - [Softball]
Nicole Schmidt picked up her 23rd career win with a shutout in game two
Nicole Schmidt picked up her 23rd career win with a shutout in game two

Box Scores: Game One || Game Two

CLINTON – The Ashford University softball team opened up a season-ending four-game homestand on Saturday afternoon at River Queen Field with a pair of games against the Trojans of Hannibal-LaGrange University (Mo.).

After falling to the visitors in five innings in game one, 10-2, sophomore Nicole Schmidt etched her name in the Ashford record books, shutting out the Trojans in a six-inning affair, 8-0. With the win, Schmidt earned her 23rd career victory, moving into sole possession of the program's all-time wins record.