Naples, FL - Lesley University softball concluded its Florida trip with two wins on Thursday afternoon in Naples, FL. Lesley started the day with a narrow 7-6 victory over Pitt.-Bradford, followed by an offensive shootout versus Nazareth College, 17-12. The Lynx boost its record to 7-3, Pitt.-Bradford fall 4-5, while Nazareth drop to 3-4. The Lynx finish 7-3 overall during their time in Florida, including winning the final six games.
Fort Myers, FL - Lesley University softball continued its success in Fort Myers, Florida on Wednesday afternoon. Lesley started the day with close a 10-8 victory over Wilmington College (OH.), followed by a late rally to win versus Blackburn College, 5-1. The Lynx boost their record to 5-3, Wilmington (OH.) fall to 5-2, while Blackburn drop to 3-6.
Naples, FL - Lesley University softball hitting came to play on a set of games in Naples, Florida on Monday afternoon. The Lynx started the day with a come from behind victory against Alfred State College, 11-5, then blasted three homeruns in five innings over New Jersey City University, 13-3 final in five innings. The Lynx continue the season with a 3-3 record, Alfred St. fall to 1-4, while New Jersey City University drop to 1-5.
Naples, FL - Lesley University softball drops set of games in Naples, Florida on Sunday afternoon. The Lynx started the day with a close loss to St. Joseph College (CT.), 8-7, but could not bounce back in the next game against Western Conn. St., 10-2 in five innings. The Lynx continue the season with a 1-3 record, St. Joe’s (CT.) advance to 2-1, while Western Conn. St. improve to 2-1.
Fort Myers, FL - Lesley University softball split opening games of the season in Fort Myers, Florida on Saturday afternoon. The Lynx started the day with a close loss to Albion College, 3-2, but responded with an impressive win over Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), 11-7. The open season with 1-1 record, Albion advance to 6-7, while RIT fall to 1-1.
MARSHFIELD, Mass. – Lesley University collected 90 total points, and two first place votes, to claim the top spot in the 2019 New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) Preseason Coaches Poll. Lesley, led by third-year head coach Heather Ross, returns six starters, including the reigning NECC Rookie of the Year and National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) All-Region selection, Jordan Day (Seminole, Fla.).