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  1. Well I bet if she was a bammer she would have gotten it.
  2. This was on 247. Have not seen it any other sites. Anyone in the know........ Hall of Fame coach to join Auburn softball staff ByPHILLIP MARSHALL 2 hours ago Share14 Comments Eugene Lenti won more than 1,300 games in 37 years as DePaul head coach. (Photo: Courtesy of EugeneLentiSoftball.com) AUBURN, Alabama – Eugene Lenti, who won more than 1,300 games in 37 seasons years as DePaul’s head coach, has agreed to join Auburn softball coach Mickey Dean’s staff, sources told Auburn Undercover According to a report in Justin’s World of Softball, Lenti will replace Eddie Ketlehut, but Auburn Undercover has been unable to independently confirm that report. Lenti led DePaul to the Women’s College World Series four times and into NCAA regionals 20 times. He was inducted into the DePaul Athletics Hall of Fame in 2006. He announced his retirement last June after leading the Blue Demons to back-to-back Big East championships and NCAA regionals. Lenti coached 14 All-Americans. Nine players he coached were named conference Player of the Year. He coached 104 first-team all=conference selections. He is a member of the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Hall of Fame. A beloved coach at DePaul, Lenti's announced his retirement last June. “I am announcing at this time, that effective immediately, I am retiring and stepping down from my position as head softball coach at DePaul University,” Lenti said in a statement. “I would like to take this opportunity to thank the athletic department, administration, staff and all my fellow coaches for their support throughout the years.” Lenti's sister, Jean Lenti Ponsetto, is the DePaul athletics director. 14COMMENTS Dean, headed toward his third Auburn season, originally hired Annie Smith and Gerry Glasco as his assistants. Glasco left shortly before the start of preseason practice to be the head coach at Louisiana and was replaced by Ketlehut. Auburn was 39-21 In Dean’s second season, advancing to the championship round of the Tucson Regional before falling to Arizona.
  3. Off Wards glove in game 3 of a super regional, just like last year with Steven Williams. At least this time it won’t cost us the game.
  4. Does anyone have any updated info on these 2021 guys . I looked on the visitor list for Big Kat and did not see their names on Big Kat.
  5. I wonder if he got an Auburn tatoo before committing.
  6. The announcers said Rockers momma kinda made the decision. SEC competition, Vandy education.
  7. Rockers kid throws a NONO with 19 k’s Vandy wins 3-0
  8. Rocker - 16 k’s and no hitter through 8 I wonder if he goes in the 9th he is at 115 pitches or so.
  9. Rockers kid has 15 K’s and a no hitter though 7 for Vandy. Still 1-0 Vandy.