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WIth the help of SAAC, the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, five representatives of the whole of UMass athletics sat down with the students at Crocker Farm Elementary School prior to the start of classes this morning. In addition to just interacting with the youngsters, each student-athlete took the opportunity to discuss the importance of eating healthy, staying active and working hard in school. Minutemen Joe Snyder (men's lacrosse) and baseball's Billy Jones and Alex Tuneski, as well as Minutewomen Katie Bettencourt (softball) and Jocelyn Providence (women's tennis) all participated in the day's activity.

For more information about SAAC can be found through the UMass Athletics website here.

Daily Collegian Season Previews - Softball

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The Daily Collegian's annual Baseball/Softball Preview issue hit newsstands on Monday and here are the softball articles compiled by writers Nick Canelas, Stephen Hewitt and David Martin.


Happy Birthday: April 18 - Katie Bettencourt

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Happy Birthday on April 18 to softball's junior outfielder  Katie Bettencourt

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Softball Round-Up From Last Weekend

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The softball team went 2-3 last weekend in the season-opening FAU Kickoff Classic, making it to the tournament's championship game. Below are recaps from the weekend.

  • Minutewomen Fall To Michigan In FAU Kickoff Classic, Daily Collegian
  • Plourde Leads UMass In Season Opening Win, Hampshire Gazette
  • Softball Opens In Florida, Hampshire Gazette
  • In Case You Are Wondering, Plourde Can Still Pitch, Hampshire Gazette
  • Minutewomen Fall To Michigan In Kickoff Finals, UMassAthletics.com
  • Bettencourt's Blast Leads UMass Past FAU, UMassAthletics.com
  • Softball Falls To Michigan, 3-0, UMassAthletics.com
  • Softball Splits On Opening Day, UMassAthletics.com
  • Minutewomen Shine For New England Firebirds

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    Three UMass softball players are making strong contributions at the plate for the New England Firebirds U23 summer ball team. The Eagle Tribune has coverage on junior Katie Bettencourt, junior Stephanie Mayne, and incoming freshman Candace Waldie helping lead the Firebirds to winning the Umpires Open in Leominster last weekend, going 6-0 in the 12-team tourney.

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