Category Archives: Women’s Softball
The GSC Lady Pioneers Softball Golf Tournament that was scheduled for Friday, October 14th has been canceled due to rain.
WVIAC Releases Commissioner’s Honor Roll
Glenville State College President Peter Barr and Athletic Director Janet Bailey have announced the hiring of Mandy Sansbury as the new Lady Pioneers Head Softball Coach.
The Glenville State Lady Pioneers Softball team added another player to the roster as Carlee Chatron signed her letter of intent to attend GSC and continue her softball career as a Lady Pioneer.
GSC athletes volunteered to help Gilmer County Special Olympics qualifier at Morris Stadium.
West Virginia Wesleyan outfielder Kashilia Young, Bobcat pitcher Hillary Perez-Ashley, Alderson-Broaddus rookie Adrienne Daniels and WV Wesleyan head coach Steve Warner have been tabbed by league coaches for the top 2011 WVIAC individual softball awards. Young becomes the ninth WV Wesleyan player to win Player of the Year honors and the 12th time the school [...]
The Lady Pioneers centerfielder Brittney Handley has been named to the WVIAC All-Tournament team. Hanley helped the Lady Pioneers go 3-2 in the WVIAC Tournament. We would like to congratulate not only Brittney but the rest of the Lady Pioneers softball team for having an outstanding season. 2011 WVIAC All-Tournament Team Stefanie Rossman – Charleston [...]
On Saturday, May 21, 2011, Glenville State College will induct five alumni into the Curtis Elam Athletic Hall of Fame.
The Glenville State Lady Pioneers softball team fell to West Virginia State 3-8 as the 2011 season comes to an end. West Virginia State scored five runs in the third inning as they cruise to the victory and end the Lady Pioneers season. GSC was led by Lacey Williams as she went 2 for 4 [...]
Liberty High School’s Abby Fahey signed a letter of intent to continue her softball career at Glenville State College. Fahey is the third baseman at Liberty and plans to try to do the same at the collegiate level. Fahey had offers from Houston and Texas but couldn’t pass up the chance of being close to [...]