Blue Knight Softball
Softball to Host Clinics in the Fall
Urbana University Head Softball Coach Dani Lowe announced the addition of more fall clinics to the schedule for aspiring collegiate softball players. The clinics will focus primarily on defensive skills and pitching. They will take place on Sunday, October 12th from 9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. and Sunday, October 26th from 2:00-4:30 p.m. The clinics are $35 per player.
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Softball Recruiting Class Reaches 10 after Haley SigningJun. 23th, 2014
Urbana University Head Softball Coach Danielle Lowe announced the addition of another recruit to her talented 2014 class, bringing the total to 10 new Blue Knights joining the squad this fall. Bellefontaine High School standout Jazmyn Haley is the 10th and newest softball Blue Knight.
Haley just wrapped up her senior season on the diamond for the Chieftains and Coach Kate Buffkin. She was a First Team All-CBC performer while hitting an eye-popping .607 and also leading the team in stolen bases and on-base percentage. Haley earned 2nd Team All-Ohio honors in addition to First Team All-Metro accolades. She was named her team's offensive and defensive MVP. Haley excelled in four different sports during her time at Bellefontaine. Read More
Softball Adds Gearhart & McNultyJun. 3th, 2014
Urbana University Head Softball Coach Danielle Lowe announced the addition of two more recruits to her talented 2014 class. Miami East High School’s Ellie Gearhart and Keystone High School’s Morgan McNulty will join four recent Blue Knight spring signees, and three early signees, on the field this fall at Urbana University.
Gearhart and McNulty will both bolster the Blue Knight infield. Gearhart is a 5’10” South Charleston, Ohio native with experience at third base, shortstop and first base. McNulty is a 5’3” middle infielder from Elyria, Ohio. Read More
Softball Summer Clinics Added on June 17May. 27th, 2014
The Urbana University softball team has added a pair of summer clinics following the 2014 season. An offensive clinic will take place on Tuesday, June 17th from 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. A defensive clinic will follow from 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. The offensive clinic costs $35. The defensive clinic is $30 per person. If a player wishes to participate in both clinics, the cost is $50.
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Kolmerten Named First Team Academic All-American®May. 21st, 2014
Senior Haley Kolmerten of Urbana University is the second pitcher on the Capital One Academic All-America® Division II first team. The senior from West Lafayette, Ohio, finished her career with a perfect 4.00 G.P.A. with a dual degree in management and entrepreneurship, graduating from the university’s honors program. Kolmerten is the first Urbana student-athlete to earn Athlete and Student-Athlete of the Year honors in Blue Knights’ athletics department history. A four-time all-conference honoree, Kolmerten was recently named to the Daktronics Atlantic Region second team. She capped of her stellar career for the Blue Knights with a single-season program record with 17 wins in 2014, while also setting new program standards in appearances (34), starts (26), complete games (19), shutouts (6), innings pitched (183.1) and strikeouts (184). Her 543 career strikeouts are more than double the next player on Urbana’s all-time career strikeout list.
Earlier, Kolmerten became the first Blue Knight in school history to earn back-to-back NCAA Division II Academic All-District first team honors. She is the second Urbana University student-athlete to earn Capital One Academic All-America® Division II first team honors this school year. Senior football player Kyle Wallace (West Milton, Ohio) became the first Blue Knight in UU history to receive NCAA Division II's highest academic accolade in the fall. Both Kolmerten and Wallace graduated this spring with perfect 4.0 GPA's. Read More