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CSUB Softball
I don't follow softball but, I can't help but notice that CSUB softball is awful. I looked a little bit into their history the last five years, their record from 2012 thru 2016 is 80 wins and 172 losses, despite having twice as many losses as wins, the athletic administration gave the coach of those terrible teams a three year contract extension in August of 2016. As of this AM softball is 6 wins & 25 losses. There are no SUCCESSFUL D1 programs in the NCAA that would put up with that.
04-09-2017 11:23 AM
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I never addressed this. True, yes, softball not good since Buck took over and really since the DI move in truth, except for the WAC Tourney win last year.
I really dont follow it well either, but have been to a coupe of games and have really enjoyed them. They do really need to be more competitive in the WAC, given they had a good DII history.

The field was renovated just a year or two ago. Now, as mentioned in another thread, the focus is on dugouts.
05-04-2017 11:36 PM
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