WCWS

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WCWSWomen's College World Series (softball)
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During the 2016-17 athletic calendar, Dana Altman coached the Ducks' to the men's Final Four for the first time since 1939, the women's basketball team made a surprising run to the Elite Eight, men's golf finished as the NCAA runner-up and softball returned to the Women's College World Series.
The victory sent the Tigers (50-10) to their first Women's College World Series appearance in 14 years, while handing UCLA its first loss of the season by run rule.
We are very excited to be representing the photography of the 88 NCAA men's and women's championship events in total, including the Division I men's and women's basketball tournaments, the Men's and Women's Frozen Four, and Men's and Women's College World Series.
From warm-up to conditioning, throwing to hitting, bunting to base-running, you'll find drills to improve position, skill, and team execution--all from college coaches and programs that have won 13 NCAA Women's College World Series titles and dozens of NCAA regional tournament titles.
Achievements: 2003 Pan American Games gold medalist; 2002 ISF World Championships gold medalist; 4 time first team All-American (1999-2002); first Stanford University player named to the Olympic first team; 2002 Japan Cup Best Batter Award; in 1998 led nation in hitting with 475 average; Led Stanford to its first Women's College World Series in 2001; named to the All-Tournament team.
In the past year, they won national titles in women's track and cross country, made the Final Four in men's basketball and the Elite Eight in women's basketball, finished as the NCAA runner-up in men's golf and made the Women's College World Series in softball.
Former El Camino Real of Woodland Hills standout Francesca Enea, who helped Florida reach the Women's College World Series, joined Taylor among the 18 second-team picks.
Oregon also was the NCAA runner-up in men's golf, reached the semifinals of the Women's College World Series in softball and made the men's basketball Final Four, among other team highlights.
The result was a 4-0 loss to the Sun Devils in the second round of the Women's College World Series in Oklahoma City.
Oregon exceeded expectations by winning 54 games and advancing to the semifinals of the Women's College World Series, all with a roster that relied heavily on young players.
For the 12th time in the past 26 years, the UCLA and Arizona softball teams will meet in the Women's College World Series when the two square off at 6 p.
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