Penn State Club Softball is a club sports organization at The Pennsylvania State University. The team consists of students who volunteer their time to play the sport they love. Known as PSCS, we participate in the National Club Softball Association and are a part of the North Atlantic South Region. Our mission is to compete well in our conference, place in regionals, and make it to the World Series in Columbus, Georgia. Additionally, we participate in other activities throughout the academic year. These activities include social events and fundraising for Penn State's Dance MaraTHON.
We have wrapped up our fall season and look forward to our busy spring!
The team traveled to Kent State this past weekend to play 3 conference games on 11/09. In 3 games the team scored 31 runs and earned themselves 3 wins in the conference. We wrapped up the fall season going 8-1 in the conference and 12-3 overall.
The team also braved the cold for 4 hours on Sunday to raise money For The Kids! PSCS raised $545 despite the miserable weather in our last canning weekend of the year!
PSCS went 2-1 on the weekend against Pitt on Saturday, 10/26.
Also, check out pictures from PSCS Pumpkin Carving in the "Pictures" tab!
PSCS hosted it's first series of conference games this past weekend in a 3-game series against Bloomsburg. PSCS won all 3 games and had a solid performance despite the weather. The team also spent Sunday canning for Penn State's Dance MaraTHON and raised $1,284.94 FTK in Lewistown, PA! Check out the THON tab above for pictures!
PSCS finished 2nd place at the first annual Blue Hen Tournament, hosted by the University of Delaware, in Wilmington, DE. The team went 2-1 on Saturday and 2-1 on Sunday only giving up 11 runs and scoring 32 runs in 6 games.
PSCS raised $2,627.23 For The Kids during the first THON Canning Weekend. Check out some pictures on the THON tab above!
The 2013-14 NCSA Preseason Top 15 is announced: Penn State listed as #2 in the Nation! Check out the standings HERE!
The NCSA realigned the North Atlantic Region to comprise of only 3 conferences instead of 4. Our new conference members will include: PITT, WVU, Bloomsburg, and Kent State.
There will now be an at large bid to the regional playoff because of this change. The winners of each conference (North, East, and West) will receive and automatic bid and the second place team from each conference can be eligible for the at large bid.
We are excited to see some new competition as well as continue our play against returning NAR teams.
Penn State 5|Illinois 3
West Georgia Tech 0|Penn State 3
Penn State 1| Antelope Valley* 5
Penn State 6|Florida State 8
Practice & Tryout Location:
This is the location of where PSCS holds practice: 850 McKee St.
State College, PA (Sunset Park)