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  1. Wildcat Invitational Preview: Duels In The Desert

    Wildcat Invitational Preview: Duels In The Desert

    Feb 28, 2022

    Arizona might be hosting (and the namesake of) the Wildcat Invitational to kick off college softball’s first weekend in March, but the eight-time NCAA champions aren’t the focus of this preview piece.
  2. How to Watch: 2022 Wildcat Invitational

    How to Watch: 2022 Wildcat Invitational

    Jan 27, 2022

    Here's how to watch the 2022 Wildcat Invitational on FloSoftball.
  3. Dan Gable's Impressive Coaching Tree

    Dan Gable's Impressive Coaching Tree

    Dec 21, 2020

    This article was originally published on June 10, 2020 but was updated on December 21, 2020 to reflect minor changes.
  4. What To Watch For At The 2020 Judi Garman Classic

    What To Watch For At The 2020 Judi Garman Classic

    Feb 24, 2020

    March is right around the corner, and the last week of February means play in the Judi Garman Classic will close out the opening month of the 2020 NCAA Softball. Cal State Fullerton will again host the 13-team event starting on Thursday, February 27 and running through Sunday.
  5. Wildcat Invitational: How To Watch, Time, & Live Stream Info

    Wildcat Invitational: How To Watch, Time, & Live Stream Info

    Dec 17, 2019

    The Wildcat Invitational will stream live on FloSoftball March 6-8 from Tucson, Ariz. at Hillenbrand Stadium featuring Indiana, Boise State, SIUE, and South Dakota.
  6. Judi Garman Classic: How To Watch, Time & Live Stream Info

    Judi Garman Classic: How To Watch, Time & Live Stream Info

    Dec 17, 2019

    Washington, Texas, LSU, Michigan, and more make their way to the West Coast to compete at the Judi Garman Classic on Feb 27-March 1 at Anderson Family Field in Fullerton, California, LIVE on FloSoftball.
  7. Rising Star: How 2020 Pitcher Taylor Caudill Adapts & Thrives

    Rising Star: How 2020 Pitcher Taylor Caudill Adapts & Thrives

    Sep 20, 2019

    Monarchs 16U Gold right-hander Taylor Caudill is used to proving people wrong. When the southern California native decided to play softball exclusively, people told her she was too short. But she played anyway and even experienced a growth spurt (she’s currently 5-foot-9).