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Rams Hope To Defend OCC

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 3/25/2014

In 2013, the Madison softball team finished one of the most successful seasons in school history finishing as OCC, sectional and district champions and came within one big hit of advancing to the final four in Division II with an overall record of 25-5. With the new season beginning next week, coach Tim Niswander who begins his second year as head coach returns seven lettermen, six on the infield, one at DH. But according to Niswander the team will need to replace two key players, in the circle and behind the plate but says the young players he will be starting come next week seem to be more comfortable going into the season than he is. The coach adds that the teams strenght so far this preseason has been the infield and his younger players hit the ball well in the teams only scrimmage to this point. Madison will open the season against defending NCC champion Bucyrus next week on Monday then open conference play the next day against rival Mansfield Senior.
   
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