Lindsey Ortiz guided the UHV softball team through its 2014 campaign as the interim head coach. The team compiled a 33-15 record and advanced to the program's third-straight trip to the NAIA Softball Championship Opening Round Tournament.
Already beefing up its roster for next spring, the UHV softball team has signed another junior college transfer.
A few months after helping lead Victoria East to a spot in the Class 4A playoffs, Alyssa Dial has signed to play softball for UHV.
The University of Houston-Victoria softball team was recognized as a National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Scholar Team on Tuesday.
Since her freshman season at Victoria East, Alisha Quinterro has been the ace pitcher for the Lady Titans softball team.
Weimar won Class 1A state championships in softball and boys and girls golf, and that led to the school winning its second consecutive UIL Lone Star Cup.
A pink batting helmet helped 8-year-old Madison Garza make the decision to play softball.
Find out who was named the most valuable pitcher, coach, offensive and defensive MVPs and newcomer of the year.
The UHV softball team finished its season ranked No. 21 in the 2014 NAIA Softball Coaches' Postseason Top 25 Poll.
The Victoria Advocate is now accepting nominations for its baseball and softball high school all-area teams. Submissions are accepted from coaches only. Along with the nominations, please include any awards, honors and statistics available. Coaches are also asked to submit their All-District teams for publication. Please send to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 361-574-1220.
UHV players Rachel Laird and Shelby Smith were named to the 2014 NAIA Softball All-America teams Friday.
Following is the All-District 28-1A softball team selected by the coaches.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Kelsey Nunley threw a one-hitter, Lauren Cumbess homered and had an RBI double, and Kentucky won the first Women's College World Series game in program history, beating Louisiana-Lafayette 4-1 on Thursday night.
AUSTIN - The defending Class 1A state softball champion Weimar nearly found itself on the wrong end of a storybook ending.