Penn State added another arm to its arsenal yesterday.
On Sept. 22, Penn State will begin its slate of fall games. These contests don’t really carry any weight when it comes to wins and losses, but they do matter when it comes to team development.
Penn State softball didn’t have the year it hoped for in 2021, having a young team with a first-year head coach trying to navigate through the coronavirus pandemic — hardly ideal circumstances.
The 2021 softball season has come and gone for the Nittany Lions, and it was a season that could best be defined as a rebuilding year.
With a 7-34 record, it’s hard to imagine this is what Penn State had in mind for its first season with new head coach Clarisa Crowell.
Penn State softball looked to salvage a lost season in its final game of the year against Minnesota. Senior Logan Black took the circle on Penn State’s Senior Day.