2013 Softball
Softball Standings - NTJCAC
 Weatherford24-4.85742-6.875--15-215-412-0Won 3
 Temple24-6.80041-14.7451.017-220-74-5Lost 2
 NCTC24-8.75051-16.7612.017-718-616-3Lost 1
 McLennan22-8.73334-14.7083.016-411-67-4Lost 1
 Hill10-16.38522-26.45813.010-149-73-5Lost 1
 Vernon7-17.29210-29.25615.05-93-162-4Won 1
 Cisco5-23.17914-37.27519.02-165-177-4Lost 12
 Ranger4-21-1.1738-34-1.19818.53-14-12-123-8Lost 6
 Grayson3-20-1.1463-20-1.14618.52-81-12-10-0Lost 7
Softball Standings - WJCAC
 Howard26-2.92953-11.828--20-221-312-6Lost 1
 Odessa21-7.75046-19.7085.021-713-512-7Won 9
 El Paso18-10.64323-25.4798.014-26-93-14Won 1
 Midland16-12.57143-28.60610.019-610-1214-10Won 1
 Western Texas12-16.42925-37.40314.010-107-138-14Lost 4
 Luna9-19.3219-22.29017.05-74-120-3Lost 8
 Clarendon8-20.28620-28.41718.09-96-165-3Won 2
 Frank Phillips2-26.0712-45.04324.01-261-190-0Lost 10
Recent Softball Headlines
Thu, Apr. 10, 2014 - [Softball]

North Central Texas College first baseman Molly Davison has been named the OC Sports NJCAA National Softball Player of the Week for her performances in games played from March 31 to April 6.

Wed, Feb. 19, 2014 - [Softball]
Tommy Ramos of Midland College
Tommy Ramos of Midland College

Thanks to Forrest Allen for this report

Midland College softball coach Tommy Ramos, the only head coach in the program's history, entered the 2014 season with a record of 688-227-3.  Ramos and the Lady Chaps are currently 8-3 this season bringing him to within four wins of 700 in his coaching career (696-230-3). 

Fri, Jan. 24, 2014 - [Baseball/Softball]

The Western Junior College Athletic Conference (WJCAC) recently released their preseason baseball and softball coaches polls.  New Mexico JC topped the vote in the baseball standings and Howard College took the top spot in softball.

Howard College will try to defend their conference championship from a year ago, a season in which they lost only two conference games and finished with a 26-2 league record.  The Lady Hawks were upset in the postseason tournament and, therefore, missed out on the NJCAA national tournament as Odess College represented the WJCAC in St. George, Utah.

Defending WJCAC and Region V baseball champion Midland College was voted to finish third in this season's baseball standings with 30 points, but did receive one first place vote.

Click the read more button to view the polls.

Fri, Jan. 24, 2014 - [Softball]