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Wisconsin Fastpitch Softball Coaches Association Coaches Clinic Saturday, February 23 & Sunday, February 24, 2019 Chula Vista Resort, Wisconsi...
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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Equipment rules designed to reduce risk of injury, as well as a clarification that the media area must be located in dead-ball territory, are among the high school softball rules changes for the 2019 season. 

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Sun Prairie 7, Burlington 1 Sun Prairie (29-0) capped an undefeated season by winning the Division 1 championship at the 2018 State Softball Tourname...
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The 43rd Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association State Softball Tournament will take place Thursday-Saturday, June 7-9, at Goodman Diamond on the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison, Wis.

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Click on the links below to access the 5 division softball brackets for 2018. Division 1 Division 2 Division 3 Division 4 Division 5
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The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Softball Rules Committee approved an addition to Rule 2 about intentional walks and three additions to Rule 3 regarding uniforms and equipment at its June 12-14 meeting in Indianapolis. All recommended changes were subsequently approved by the NFHS Board of Directors.
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Kaukauna (29-2) won the Division 1 championship with a 3-1 win over Wilmot Union (22-5) in the State Tournament final Saturday evening at Goodman Diam...
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The 42nd Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association State Softball Tournament will take place Thursday-Saturday, June 8-10, at Goodman Diamond on the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison, Wis.Tickets are available at the stadium or online with a convenience fee per session ticket

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The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Softball Rules Committee approved four additions to Rule 3 regarding uniforms, equipment and substitutions at its June 13-15 meeting in Indianapolis. These changes approved by the committee, along with one in Rule 1, were subsequently approved by the NFHS Board of Directors.

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DIVISION 1

Stevens Point 16, Watertown 4

Stevens Point (29-3) won its membership-leading ninth State championship with a 16-4 victory over Watertown (22-6) in the Division 1 final Saturday at Goodman Diamond.

The Panthers’ pounded out 20 hits in the game, one short of the tournament record. They scored a run in the top of the first on an RBI single by Payton Gaber.

The Goslings plated three runs in the bottom of first inning. They scored a run on a Panthers’ errant throw and then on a pair of singles from Katie Crogan and Paige Miller. 

The Panthers exploded for six runs in the third inning with the key blows coming on a two-run double by Aubrey Drohner and a three-run homer by Halle Pavelski. They scored two more times in the fourth on a ground out and an infield single by Brooke Tuszka.

Jordan Kawlewski, Drohner and Pavelski each had RBI singles in a four-run fifth inning. They added three more runs in the sixth inning. Kawlewski belted an RBI double, and Shaylee Kluck drove in a run with a single in the frame.

The Goslings added a solo run in the sixth inning on another run-producing single by Crogan.

Kawlewski, Drohner, Kluck, Pavelski and Tuszka each collected three hits in the game. Pavelski drove in a game-high five RBI. Rachel Sullivan tied a Division 1 record by scoring five runs in the game, all as a pinch runner. She also tied the tournament record for runs with seven.

Aubrey Drohner was credited with the victory, pitching a complete game. She surrendered 11 hits and struck out one.

Crogan led the Goslings’ 11-hit attack with two hits and a pair of RBIs. Miller also connected for a pair of hits. 

The Goslings finish runner-up for the second straight year. They have played in nine State Tournaments.



DIVISION 2

New Berlin West 2, Delavan-Darien 1

New Berlin West (26-5) edged Delavan-Darien (25-7) 2-1 in the Division 2 final to win its first State title Saturday at Goodman Diamond in Madison.

Camryn Klotz delivered the big hit for the Vikings to ignite a two-run third inning. She belted a line drive into the right field corner for a triple to score Leah Marrari, who walked to lead off the inning. Cheyenne Sowinski drove in Klotz with a base hit to score the second run in the inning.

The lone Comets’ run came in the fifth inning. Shelby Gramly singled to score Sydney Anderson, who singled to lead off the inning and advanced to second on passed ball.

Sowinski was credited with the victory for the Vikings. She struck out four hitters and allowed five hits. She aided her cause at the plate with two hits and an RBI. Klotz also collected a pair of hits in the game.

Jennah Speth took the loss despite setting a State Tournament record with 36 strikeouts in two games. She struck out 14 Vikings and yielded five hits. The Comets recorded five hits in the game, all singles.


DIVISION 3

Laconia 3, Grantsburg 2

Laconia (29-0) finishes the season undefeated en route to its second straight Division 3 State championship with a 3-2 win over Grantsburg (26-3) in the final at Goodman Diamond in Madison, Wis. 

Grantsburg got on the board first with an unearned run in the top of the first inning on a throwing error. The Vikings manufactured a run to score again and lead 2-0 in the third inning. Britta Roufs drew a lead-off walk, stole second and went to third on a throwing error. She then scored on a passed ball.

The Spartans cut their deficit to 2-1 in the fourth inning when Adrianna Wegner scored from second on a fielder’s choice and an errant throw. They took the lead in the fifth inning. Hannah Grahl singled to lead off the inning and later scored on another Vikings’ throwing error. Payton Kastenschmidt scored from third on what proved to be the winning run on an infield error.

Kayla Schwebke went the distance to get the victory for the Spartans. She allowed six hits while striking out nine. Grahl went 3-for-4 at plate to lead the Laconia offense.

A valiant pitching effort by Olivia Tucker was spoiled. She suffered the loss despite striking out 11 without allowing an earned run. The Vikings collected six hits, all singles.

The Spartans’ second championship comes in their fourth State Tournament appearance. The Vikings finish runner-up in their eighth trip to State.


DIVISION 4


Thorp 9, Southwestern 2

Thorp (28-2) won its first State championship by topping Southwestern (25-2) 9-2 in the Division 4 final Saturday at Goodman Diamond in Madison.

The Cardinals scored first with three runs in the second inning. After Megan Schesel singled in the first run of the game, Cassidy Stroinski singled with two outs to bring in a pair of runs. They increased the lead to 4-0 in the third inning on a Wildcats’ throwing error.

Southwestern got on the board in their half of the third on an RBI single by Madison Kuhl. 

Both teams scored in the fourth inning. Taylor Stroinski drew a two-out walk for Thorp and stole second. She then scored on an errant throw with her steal of third base. The Wildcats answered with a solo home run by Claire Splinter.

The Cardinals added two runs in both the fifth and sixth innings to clinch the title. Kaitlyn Tysnik singled in a run in the fourth and Megan Schesel added a sacrifice fly. Jordan Chapman and Elektral Zurakowski produced RBI singles in the sixth to complete the scoring.

Lizzy Schimke went the distance to record the win. She surrender eight hits and struck out eight. Offensively, Zurakowski and Taylor Stroinski each had three hits for the Cardinals. 

Katie Fritz and Maddie Kuhl had a pair of hits each for the Wildcats, who finish runner-up in their first State Tournament appearance.


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DIVISION 2

Delavan-Darien 1, Northwestern/South Shore 0 (9)

Delavan-Darien rode the arm of Jennah Speth to advance to the Division 2 final with a 1-0 triumph over Northwestern/South Shore in nine innings. The game was suspended in the eighth inning Thursday evening and completed Friday morning.

Speth recorded a State Tournament record 22 strikeouts in the game. She yielded just two hits and one walk in the game. Only two Tiger base runners advanced to second base.

The lone run scored in the game was unearned. With one out in the top of the ninth, Speth reached second on a two-base error in the outfield.  Morgyn DeLara, who had both the Comets’ hits, followed with an RBI single through the left side of the infield to score the eventual winning run.

The shutout spoiled a quality pitching performance by the Tigers’ Cheyenne Johnson, who didn’t allow an earned run on two hits, striking out 15 batters. The Tigers’ two hits were singles off the bats of Cassidy Friend and Brooklyn Oswskey.

New Berlin West 4, New London 3

New Berlin West (25-5) advances to the Division 2 final following a 4-3 win over New London (25-5) in the semifinals Friday morning.

The Vikings scored in the first inning on a Charlotte Ropas RBI single. She drove in another run in the third inning to give West a 2-0 lead. In the fourth inning, the Vikings expanded their lead to 3-0 on an RBI single by Cheyenne Sowinski.

West added what proved to be an important insurance run in the sixth. Ropas drove in her third run of the game with single to the left side.

The Bulldogs got on the board in the sixth inning. McCoy Mix delivered a run-scoring single. After Abbey Elsholtz scored on a wild pitch, Erin O’Connell clubbed an RBI double to left center to narrow the deficit to 4-3. The next two hitters grounded out to end the New London rally.

Sowinski and Ropas each had two hits top pace the Vikings’ offense. Sowinski was also credited with the victory, tossing a complete game with eight strikeouts.

Molly O’Connell collected two hits to lead the eight-hit Bulldogs’ offense. O’Connell was charged with the loss, yielding seven hits and striking out 12.

DIVISION 3

Grantsburg 10, Poynette 0 (5)

Grantsburg (26-2) scored runs in four of the five innings in a 10-0 win over Poynette in the Division 3 semifinals Thursday afternoon.

Olivia Tucker fired a three-hit shutout for the Pirates. She struck out nine and allowed just one runner to reach second base in the game.

The only run Tucker needed came in the second inning when Rhiana Pochman was hit by a pitch to force in a run. The Pirates added two runs in both the third and fourth innings. Megan Miller drove in one of the runs in the third and Briena Jensen drove in a run on a ground out. Jordyn McKenszie singled in a run in the fifth and Miller knocked in a run on a ground out.

The five-run fifth inning was fueled by an RBI double from Claire Palmquist and a long two-run homer to left-center.

Cassidy Quimby had two hits to lead the nine-hit Pirates attack. Eight of the nine starters recorded a hit in the game. Maegan Brookins, Brooke Dredske and Allison Tomlinson accounted for the three Pumas’ hits.

Laconia 9, Mishicot 0 (5)

Kayla Schwebke tossed the second perfect game in State Tournament history as defending champion Laconia (28-0) moved one game closer to an undefeated season with a five-inning, 9-0 win over Mishicot (24-5) in five innings in the Division 3 semifinals.

Schwebke struck out 11 batters in recording the 11th no-hitter in tournament history and the second of the 2016 State Tournament.

The Spartans provided all the run support Schwebke would need in the top of the first, scoring three times highlighted by a two run single by Bri Bartz. They added an unearned run in the fifth inning on an infield error with the bases loaded.

Laconia added three runs in the sixth. Payton Kastenschmidt produced the big hit with a triple to drive in one of the runs and later scored on an infield grounder. The two runs in the seventh completed the scoring. One scored on an error, and the other on a run-producing single by Morgan Tetzlaff.

Andrianna Wegner led the Spartans at the plate with three hits. Hannah Grahl, Abby Luczak and Bri Bartz each chipped in with a pair singles.

DIVISION 4

Southwestern 16, Cochrane-Fountain City 8

Southwestern (25-3) prevailed in a high-scoring 16-8 win over Cochrane-Fountain City (24-5) in the Division 3 semifinals Friday.

After each team tallied a run in the first inning, the Wildcats took command of the game by tying a Division 4 State Tournament record with nine runs in the third inning. Southwestern also tied a Division 4 record with 16 hits in the game.

The Wildcats had eight hits in the nine-run inning, including a two-run double by Allison Kruser and a bases clearing double by Katie Fritz. 

The Pirates responded with four runs in their half of the third inning. Three of the runs scored as a result of errors and Breah Drazkowski added an RBI single.

Southwestern scored six more runs in the fourth inning to increase its lead to 16-5. Fritz had the key hit in the inning with her second double of the game to drive in two runs.

Drazkowski cracked a two-run homer in the Pirates’ three-run fifth inning, to account for the final score.

Kruser went 4-for-5 with 3 RBI, and Fritz went 3-for-3 with five RBI to lead the Wildcats’ offense. Abby Husser had three hits, and both Kerrigan Lyga and Drazkowski added a pair hits for the Pirates.

Thorp 10, Oakfield 0

Thorp will play for its first State title following a 10-0 victory over Oakfield in five innings in the Division 4 semifinal Thursday afternoon.

The Cardinals opened the game with three runs in the first inning with the aid of just one hit. After loading the bases, a throwing error allowed two runs to score, and Lizzy Schimke singled in a run.

Thorp scored six times in the fifth inning to take a 9-0 lead. The rally was aided by three Oaks’ errors. Taylor Stroinski hit a two-run single for one of four Cardinal hits in the inning. Karley Kryzanski also drove in a run with a single. Stroinski drove in another run in the fifth on a single to center field.

Schimke tossed a five-hit shutout, striking out four in five innings for the Cardinals. She also had two hits to help her cause. Stroinski went 3-for-3 at the plate with a triple and three stolen bases, which ties a Division 4 State Tournament record for a game.

Oakfield had five different players with a hit, including a double by Alyssa Sabel.



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Stevens Point 8, Kenosha Tremper 3

Stevens Point advances to the semifinals with an 8-3 win over Kenosha Tremper Thursday in a game that included a 2:11 rain delay Thursday.

The Panthers (27-3) jumped out to a five-run lead in the first inning with the first five batters reaching base. The big blow in the frame was an RBI double to center by Brooke Tuszka.

They added a pair of runs in the second inning on a two-run home run by Aubrey Drohner to expand the lead to 7-0. After the Trojans (17-11) scored a run on an RBI single by Emilee Nelson the third inning, the Panthers added a run in the fourth inning on a sacrifice fly by Payton Graber to lead 8-1.

Tremper scored a run in the fifth inning on an RBI single by Hailey Crabtree, and on a home run by Amari Whittington in the sixth.  The Trojans loaded the bases with one out later in the inning but were unable to capitalize.

Ally Miklesh, Jordan Kawlewski and Shaylee Kluck and Brittney Flugaur each had a pair of hits for the Panthers. Drohner went the distance to record the victory. Nelson and Crabtree led the Trojans at the plate with two hits apiece.

Pulaski 8, Divine Savior Holy Angels 0

Liz Pautz pitched a gem to toss the 10th no-hitter in State Tournament history as Pulaski (27-1) defeated Divine Savior Holy Angels (22-7) 8-0 in the quarterfinals to advance to the semifinals Friday evening.

Mallory Ruechel provided the only runs needed by driving in two runs with a single to give the Red Raiders a 2-0 lead in the top of the first inning. Rylie Anklam drove in a run with a single to give Pulaski a 3-0 lead.

The Red Raiders scored two in the second inning.  Jena Socha brought in a run with a sacrifice fly and Madi Winter doubled to right to increase the lead to 5-0.

Pulaski scored two more runs in the fifth inning on an RBI single by Ashley Gibbons and on an error. The Red Raiders added more insurance with a run in the sixth inning on a RBI triple by Winter.

Pautz tied a Division 1 record with 16 strikeouts, allowing just one base runner to advance to third base in the game.

Offensively, Winter collected three hits with a pair of doubles, and Anklam added two hits to lead the Red Raiders.

Watertown 7, Verona 1

Watertown (21-7) advances to the semifinals following a 7-1 victory over Verona (22-7) in the quarterfinals.

Ellee Jensen went 4-for-4 at the plate and tossed a three-hitter with seven strikeouts to lead the Goslings to victory.

Katie Crogan drove in a run in the first inning, and Jensen added an RBI single in the second inning to give Watertown a 2-0 advantage. The Goslings took control of the game with two unearned runs in the fifth inning and three more in the sixth.  Megan Bacchi provided the key hit in the sixth with a two-run single.

The lone Wildcats’ run came in the seventh inning on a run-scoring double by Emily Osiecki.

Crogan had two hits for the Goslings to chip in offensively. Verona’s three hits came from Nicole Neitzel, Taytum Geier and Osiecki.

Union Grove 2, Oshkosh North 1

In an epic pitchers duel, Union Grove (28-2) edged Oshkosh North (23-3) 2-1 in the Division 1 quarterfinals.

The game remained scoreless through seven innings. The Broncos broke through in the top of the eighth inning with a pair of runs. Brittany Moore belted a bases-loaded, two-run double. The Spartans scored a run in the bottom of the eighth and left the bases loaded to end the game.

Sydney Supple pitched well for Oshkosh North, yielding two hits and striking out 10. Moore surrendered six hits and struck out 10 to get credited with the win for the Broncos.

Shaye Gauthier had three hits to lead the Spartans offensively. Kalista Hribar, Samantha Carey and Brooklyn Ottelien and Moore had the hits for the Broncos.

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The 41st Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association State Softball Tournament will take place Thursday-Saturday, June 9-11, at Goodman Diamond on the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison, Wis. Ticket prices for the tourney are $8 per session for quarterfinals and semifinals, $6 for each championship game and $14 for an all-day ticket on Thursday and Friday. Tickets are available at the stadium or online with a convenience fee per session ticket:  
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The 2016 Softball and Spring Baseball Tournament Series Brackets have been posted on the WIAA website. To access the softball brackets, click on the link below. Use the links at the top of the bracket to view the other divisions and sectionals.

http://halftime.wiaawi.org/CustomApps/Tournaments/Brackets/HTML/2016_Softball_Girls_Div1_Sec1_8.html

To access the spring baseball brackets, click on the link below. Use the links at the top of the bracket to view the other divisions and sectionals.

http://halftime.wiaawi.org/CustomApps/Tournaments/Brackets/HTML/2016_Baseball_Boys_Div1_Sec1_4.html

The State Softball Tournament will be held at Goodman Diamond in Madison on June 9-11. The State Spring Baseball Tournament is scheduled for June 14-16 at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium in Grand Chute.

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The Amateur Softball Association of America (ASA)/USA Softball, in working with Easton Baseball/Softball Inc. (Easton), recently announced that Easton...
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WFSCA Clinic Dates:  February 20 & 21, 2016 Site:  Chula Vista Resort, Wisconsin Dells Click here for information 
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The Board of Control took action on several spring sport recommendations last Friday, October 9. Please note the following items with regard to s...
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The 2016 softball tournament assignments are now available.  Click on the links below to view each division. Division 1 Division 2 Division 3 ...
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Rules Changes Approved for High School Baseball, Softball INDIANAPOLIS, IN (July 6, 2015) – Rules changes for the 2016 baseball and softball se...
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Rules changes for the 2016 baseball and softball seasons were made at rules committee meetings last month in Indianapolis. Those changes were subsequently approved by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Board of Directors.
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The 40th Annual Girls State Softball Tournament battled through persistent precipitation to concluded Saturday with the crowning of four champions at Goodman Diamond Saturday.

Westosha Central (28-4) won the Division 1 championship with a 3-0 win over Watertown (22-9) in the final. Alyssa Hrncar tossed a five hit shutout. It was a the Falcons' second title in the last three seasons. They finished runner-up last season after winning the title in 2013. 

La Crosse Logan (28-1) is the champion in Division 2 following the Rangers' 3-0 shutout over Waupun (27-5) in the final. Jordyn Kleman struck out 11 hitters and allowed just three hits to notch the victory. She also belted a solo home run to pace the offense. It was the first State championship for the Rangers.

Laconia (29-3) edged Poynette (29-2) for the Division 3 championship. The Spartans made single runs in the fourth and fifth innings stand up after Pumas scored just a single run in the sixth with the bases loaded and one out. The Spartans are champions for the first time.

Pacelli (24-5) pushed across a run in the bottom of the sixth inning and held on for a 1-0 win over defending champion Oakfield (26-4) to win the Division 4 crown. Sarah Mitch singled home Sami Kay Shafranski from second for the only run of the game. The Oaks had a runner on third with one in the seventh but couldn't score. The Cardinals win their third State championship, also winning in Division 3 in 2012 and in Division 4 in 2003.


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The 40th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Softball State Tournament will take place Thursday-Saturday, June 11-13, at the Goodman Diamond on the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison, Wis. Ticket prices for the tourney are $8 per session for quarterfinals and semifinals, $6 for each championship game and $14 for an all-day ticket on each day. Tickets are available at the stadium or online with a convenience fee per session ticket:  
http://www.expressoticketing.com/wiaa/pickevent.aspx?ECN=7

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WFSCA Coaches Clinic Date:  February 21 & 22, 2015 Site:  Chula Vista, Wisconsin Dells Clinic Information (click here)  
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The 2015 Softball assignments (Divisions 2, 3, & 4) are reposted and now include the splits in sectional half brackets into two regional groups. &...
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The 2015 Softball Tournament groups are posted.  They can be viewed at http://www.wiaawi.org/Sports/Softball.aspx    In Divi...
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The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association, in partnership with Rural Mutual Insurance Company, has selected the team Sportsmanship Award winners for the 2014 Spring and Summer State Team Tournaments.

The winners of the prestigious award are New Holstein in girls soccer, Eau Claire Memorial in boys tennis, Arcadia in softball, Oconto in spring baseball and Oak Creek in summer baseball.


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The 2015 softball tournament assignments along with the 2015 track & field tournament assignments are now available. Click to view the informatio...
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Beginning with the 2015 high school baseball season, teams will be allowed to use video monitoring or replay equipment for coaching purposes during games.  In softball, two rules changes were recommended by the NFHS Softball Rules Committee at its June 16-18 meeting in Indianapolis and subsequently approved by the NFHS Board of Directors.

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Oakfield (21-2) captured its fourth State championship in the last six seasons and its fifth overall with a 7-3 win over Cochrane-Fountain City in the Division 4 title game Saturday at Goodman Diamond in Madison.

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Four Division 1 teams advanced to Friday’s semifinals and a pair of Division 2 teams moved on to the championship final Saturday following the first day of the State Softball Tournament at Goodman Diamond in Madison.

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The 39th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Softball State Tournament will take place Thursday-Saturday, June 12-14, at the Goodman Diamond on the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison, Wis. Ticket prices for the tourney are $8 per session for quarterfinals and semifinals, $6 for each championship game and $14 for an all-day ticket on each day. Tickets are available at the stadium or online.

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  WFSCA Coaches Clinic     Date:  February 8 & 9, 2014     Site:    Chula Visa, Wisconsin...
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View the 2014 softball tournament assignments by clicking on the link below: 2014 Softball Tournament Assignments
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New Rules Regarding Electronic Devices Approved in High School Softball   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE        ...
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The final day of the 2013 State Softball Tournament crowned four champions at Goodman Diamond in Madison, Wis. Saturday.
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The 38th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Softball State Tournament will take place Thursday-Saturday, June 6-8, at the Goodman Diamond on the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison, Wis. Ticket prices for the tourney are $8 per session for quarterfinals and semifinals, $4 for each championship game and $14 for an all-day ticket on each day. Tickets are available at the stadium or online with a $1 convenience fee per session ticket:  https://expressoticketing.com/wiaa/pickeventsoftball.aspx

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Purchase tickets for the upcoming WIAA Spring State Baseball Tournament by clicking here. Purchase tickets for the upcoming WIAA Track & Field St...
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The 2013 Softball Brackets are now posted for Divisions 1.  If we do not have a time posted for your game, please email Sheila   < s...
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The WIAA Board of Control has approved "temporary scheduling relief" for spring sports schedules to address the significant scheduling challenges presented by the extreme inclement weather this spring.

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The 2013 Softball Brackets are now posted for Divisions 2, 3, and 4.  Division 1 will be posted next week Thursday, May 15.  If we do not ha...
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Please note that the WIAA has just been notified that  Louisville Slugger Softball Bats (oneX) with the following model numbers:   ...
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2013 Softball Date Changes     Earliest Practice: March 11     Earliest Game:  March 19     Regio...
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Please note that the WIAA Board of Control recently passed a recommendation from the Softball Coaches Advisory Committee that changes the current game...
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The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association, in cooperation with Rural Mutual Insurance Company, has selected the team Sportsmanship Award winners for the 2012 Spring and Summer State Team Championships.

The winners of the prestigious award are Notre Dame in boys tennis, Tigerton in softball, Greenwood in spring baseball, the Lake Country Lutheran and University Lake School co-op in girls soccer and Sheboygan Falls in summer baseball. 

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In this website structure, your access to content is based on privileges assigned to us as a user.

If you are not seeing or getting access to information you believe you need, contact the WIAA for assistance.

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The 2013 softball brackets are now available.    D1  |  D2  |  D3  |  D4  
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THE CHAMPIONSHIPS: The 36th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Softball State Championships will take place Thursday-Saturday, June 16-18, at the Goodman Diamond on the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison, Wis....

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THE CHAMPIONSHIPS: The 35th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Softball State
Championships will take place Thursday-Saturday, June 17- 19, at the Goodman Diamond on the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison, Wis...

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THE CHAMPIONSHIPS: The 35th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Softball State
Championships will take place Thursday-Saturday, June 17- 19, at the Goodman Diamond on the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison, Wis...

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THE CHAMPIONSHIPS: The 34th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Softball State
Championships will take place Thursday-Saturday, June 11-13, at the Goodman Diamond on the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison, Wis...

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