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  1. IMO - #13 needs to be retired effective immediately. Lest we forget - from her WikiPedia bio - Kasey Marie Cooper (born April 7, 1995) is an American softball player and third baseman, originally from Dothan, Alabama. Cooper played college ball at Auburn University, in which entering her senior season holds almost every offensive record for the Tigers. Cooper also plays for the United States women's national softball team, and won a gold medal with the team at the 2016 Women's Softball World Championship and a Silver Medal at the 2016 World Cup of Softball. (link to the rest - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kasey_Cooper) and she was named the espnW player of the year. It will be a very long time before AU sees another player of her caliber.
  2. https://www.softballamerica.com/stories/unrelenting-dream-leads-emily-carosone-italy-to-2020-olympics/ According to this article in Softball America Emily may not be with the Tigers the entire year. "Now that Italy's ticket is punched for Tokyo, Carosone is determined to continue to improve her game and ready herself for international softball's biggest stage next summer. Until then, her plan is to return to Italy in the months following the conclusion of the NPF season to continue to train with her national team, before returning to the United States to play in the NPF for the start of the 2020 campaign. Then, she will be off to Tokyo for the Olympics."
  3. According to the Rounding Third facebook page - Mt. San Antonio College Head Coach Ruby Rojas has been named as an assistant coach at Auburn. Rojas spent the last eight seasons with the JUCO Powerhouse winning 276 games and two Cal JC State Championships. She replaces Annie Smith on the Tigers Staff. Bio from the Mt. San Antonio web site... In 2019 (seventh season), Rojas did what no other Mt. SAC Softball Coach and only one other softball coach in California Community College Coach has ever done, win back-to-back California Community College Athletic Association State Championships. The Mounties finished the season with an amazing 44-5 overall record that marked Rojas' 6th season with 40 plus wins. The team captured their fourth consecutive South Coast Conference (SCC) Championship with a perfect record of 22-0. The Mt. SAC Softball Staff was named the National Fastpitch Coaches Association California Community College Staff of the Year for second consecutive season. Rojas rewrote history by becoming the first coach in SCC history to win the SCC All-Sports Coach of the Year honor for the third consecutive season. Rojas' crew cleaned up on the post season awards with 3 NFCA All-Americans, 3 3CFCA All-State selections, 8 All-SCC selections and 8 All-State Tournament selections. Pitcher Briana Wheeler was the most decorated Mountie in 2019 season, capturing SCC and 3CFCA (state) Pitcher of the Year honors as well as earning NFCA All-American status and state championship most valuable pitcher honors. In her sixth season (2018) she led the Mounties to her first and the programs 5th CCCAA State Softball Championship, with a 41-7 overall record (10-2 conference record). Rojas captured her third consecutive SCC Coach of the Year honor and also captured the SCC's All-Sports Women's Coach of the Year for the second time. The Mt. SAC Staff captured their first ever NFCA California Community College Stafff of the Year honor. The Mounties 2019 Team produced an NFCA All-American, 3 NFCA Academic All-Americans, 2 3CFCA All-State selections, 1 3CFCA selections, 3 3CFCA Academic All-State selections and 5 3CFCA All-State Tournament Team selections including Most Valuable Pitcher Briana Wheeler and Most Valuable Player Michelle Santiago. Wheeler was also named the SCC Pitcher of the Year. In 2017 (5th season), Rojas led her team to the state championship tournament which was hosted by the Mounties. The team had a magical run all the way to the state championship game, where the Mounties lost to champion Cypress College and finished with a record of 42-5. Rojas captured her second consecutive South Coast Conference (SCC) Coach of the Year honor and captured her first SCC All-Sports Coach of the Year Honor. The team produced 1 NFCA First Team All-American, 3 NFCA Scholar Athletes, 3 3CFCA All-State Players, 4 All-SoCal Players, 2 3CFCA All-State Academic Players and the SCC Player and Pitchers of the Year. In her fourth season (2016) at the helm of the mighty Mt. SAC Women's Softball Program, she led the Mounties to a 40-7 overall record and a first place in the South Coast Conference. Rojas was named the 2016 South Coast Conference Coach of the Year. The team produced State Pitcher of the Year, 1 NFCA All-American, NFCA Golden Shoe Award, 2 All-State Honorees, South Coast Conference Pitcher of the Year, 5 All-Conference Selections, 3 NFCA Academic All-Americans and lastly lowest ERA in the state with all freshmen. The Mounties finished 2015 season (3rd season) with an overall record of 29-13 and garnered a number of individual playing honors including: 1 NFCA All-American 1 State Player of the Year 1 Mt. SAC Female Athlete of the Year 1 All-South Region 4 All-SCC Conference Players 2 All-Academic State Team In 2014 she led the Mounties to a 40-10 overall record and into the State Championship Game where the Mounties finished the season in second. The 2014 team compiled the highest team batting average in the history of the CCCAA and Mt. SAC with an average of .428. The team produced 3 National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-Americans, 4 All-State Selections, 6 All-Conference Selections and 1 Mt SAC Female Athlete of the Year. In her first season (2013), she led the team to an undefeated South Coast Conference (SCC) Championship (21-0) and a trip to the Super Regional, where the team fell just short of the State Championships. Rojas was named SCC and California Community College Fastpitch Coaches Association (3CFCA) Coach of the Year. In addition, the Mt. SAC Softball Staff was honored as the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) South Region Coaching Staff of the Year. The 2013 season garnered a number of individual playing honors including: 3 NFCA All-Americans 4 All-State Honorees 8 All-SCC Honorees Emily Seidel being named SCC and SoCal Pitcher of the Year A veteran member of the Venezuelan National Softball Team and the international softball scene, Rojas also serves the Softball Community as a World Baseball/Softball Confederation Ambassador and as an Ambassador for the U.S. State Departments' Empowering Women Through Sports Initiative. In 2015, Rojas will serve as the Competition Manager for the Special Olympics World Games, which will be held here in Los Angeles. THE ROJAS RESUME Education: University of Virginia, 2003 BA in Sociology/Women Studies MA in Kinesiology and Physical Education with concentration in Sports Management (Cal State Long Beach) Currently pursuing a PhD. in Sports Management Coaching Resume Mt. SAC Head Coach (2013-present) Mt. SAC Interim Head Coach (2013) Mt. SAC Assistant Coach (2010-2012) Orange Coast College Head Coach (2007-2010) Orange Coast College Assistant Coach (2005-2006) Playing Accolades: 2008 Olympian for Venezuelan National Team (5th Place) 10 year Venezuelan National Team Veteran Participated in 4 ISF Women's World Championships Participated in 2 Pan American, 3 Central American and one ISF World Cup. 1st Team All-ACC (2001, 2002, 2003) 1st Team All-Region Team (2001) Easton All-American (2001) ACC Rookie of the Year (2000) University of Virginia MVP (2003) 50th Anniversary All-ACC Team Highest batting average in ACC (.401) Top 25 highest batting average in NCAA Div 1. Professional Athlete on the PFX Tour Updated 07/09/19 Facebook Twitter Email Print
  4. Suspect this is why the bleachers have been removed: http://www.auburn.edu/administration/facilities/webapps/projects/profile.php?proj=17-197 Project Overview: This project will construct a one-story, approximately 10,000 square foot facility along the first base line to include an indoor infield, player restrooms, and retractable nets for batting tunnels when the infield is not in use.
  5. Just a reminder - athletics doesn't get it's funding from the state.
  6. Take it with a grain of salt for heaven's sake - it's on AL.com and you have no way to know if the quotes are legit or have been paraphrased to make Coach Dean look bad. There are good things and bad things about the portal that the NCAA needs to clean up. Remember, just because a student athlete enters the portal it doesn't mean that they will get an offer to transfer to another school...if they don't do we want at Auburn? The flip side is - Coach gets to look for good players who have made a life changing decision and who may fill a need for Auburn.
  7. Well - good recruiting class coming in, maybe that will help. KK Dismukes...... https://www.thewetumpkaherald.com/sports/holtville-s-kk-dismukes-named-gatorade-player-of-the-year/article_ad52e8ac-82ed-11e9-a842-d3c5448690f1.html
  8. I'm wondering who the other coach is for the Eagles given the fact that the Chinese team didn't end up training in Opelika.....
  9. Based on what I saw Friday night and Sunday - Coach pretty much hit the nail on the head in his comments. We don't have Mak and may not which means our pitchers need defensive and offensive support. The team is better than they played this past weekend and now it will need to be their "A" game for the rest of the season.
  10. If you are unhappy with the lack of coverage please be sure to let AD Greene know about it....I've been badgering him. His email address is cag0083@auburn.edu and his Twitter account is @AGreeneIV
  11. Not on SEC+ because there was gymnastics and baseball. Story I got from AD Green was camera crews and bandwidth. If you are as unhappy as I am that the team isn't getting full coverage please send him an email - cag0083@auburn.edu or let him know on Twitter. @AGreeneIV