b_dog wrote:...would have a fairly strong response to this. When you've got somebody who's won 8 national championships, 22 WCWS appearances, 29 NCAA appearances, and 10 conference championships, there is zero conversation about how your coach maybe should consider stepping down because he's "only" made it to Super Regionals recently. No coach in school history in any sport can touch that record. He'll probably retire sometime in the next 5 to 10 years, and he'll be widely honored at that time and missed soon afterward. The game changed as soon as the SEC started pumping their left-over football money into softball. It's interesting to look at some of the rosters and see pitchers and other key players who come from so far away to play for them.
Irish27 wrote:Next year's team will be one of the favorites to win it all. They will be loaded, losing only Young and Candrea brings in a great recruiting class, including power hitter Alyssa Palomino, who had to redshirt due to an injury. Candrea has earned the right to say when he steps down. The entire country has caught up to the UofA but they still make it to the Super Regionals almost every year. Look at ASu, they lost Myers and since then, have crapped the toilet.
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