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Ram Softball Under New Management

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 4/2/2013

After finishing last season at 15-9 overall and 4th in the Ohio Cardinal Conference in softball, the Madison Rams are under new management.  Coach Tim Niswander takes over at his old school as the team's head coach after coaching at Lucas for the past seven seasons and winning an NCC divisional crown last year.

Niswander welcomes back seven letterman in Chase Carper, Sarah Cook, Amanda Kolmansberger, Paige Carper, Katie Clever, Liz Sutter and Makayla Mobley.  The new coach says his team will have speed, athleticism and experience, but adds that the team has been unable to get outside much during the preseason because of the weather so practice time may come during game time.

The Rams lost a tough one in their opener to Bucyrus 2-1.  They will open the OCC portion of their schedule Tuesday and Wednesday with a road and home game against West Holmes before hosting Hillsdale in non-conference on Friday. 

   
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