In any other year, college softball would be on the heels of beginning the Women's College World Series. But, despite this year's shutdown due to coronavirus, the Florida State softball program has still been able to find a way to make it's voice heard.
Sports Reporter Ryan Kelly chats with FAMU Head Football Coach Willie Simmons and Athletic Director Kortne Gosha about a variety of topics including the uncertainty of fall sports, facility improvements and more.
Baseball is a funny game; bad days and bad games are quickly remedied because, hey, there's always tomorrow. That is, until this season, as the Florida A&M baseball team found itself in the right place at the wrong time.
Vice President Mike Pence was a good listener Wednesday on a conference call with the College Football Playoff Management Committee to discuss the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on college athletics.
The NCAA Division I Council voted Monday to permit an additional season of competition and eligibility to all spring-sport athletes who were unable to complete the 2019-20 athletic year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
College athletes in spring sports such as baseball and softball whose seasons have been disrupted or canceled because of the coronavirus could be in line to retain the year of NCAA eligibility they were set to use this season, according to a Friday statement from the NCAA.
A horrific ninth inning on the mound for No. 14 Florida State, where they allowed three runs scored on a pair of walks and an infield single, led to a 3-1 loss to Niagara at Dick Howser Stadium in Tallahassee, Fla. in the first game for new head coach Mike Martin Jr.