Jacquie Joseph is throwing out previous Big Ten matchups, tough losses and even solid victories. The MSU softball head coach doesn’t care what her team has done in the past — regardless of how well or how poorly it played — and is focusing on the present and winning one game at a time.
Opening the Big Ten season at 1-3, the MSU softball team said it is working to find unity on and off the field to get on the winning track for conference games.
After opening the Big Ten season with two losses to Illinois last weekend, the MSU softball team is looking to “get back on track” this weekend when it hosts Wisconsin at 1 p.m.
With 16 experienced players returning from last season’s roster, the MSU softball team has a chance to make some noise in the Big Ten next spring. Add in the fact they’ll be playing in a newly renovated, $2 million stadium, and the Spartans have a lot to look forward to in 2011. The renovations to the softball stadium, which include 120 chair back seats, a new press box, backstops and handicap-accessible seating, are expected to be finished in December, making it ready for next season.
After a season filled with a multitude of extreme highs and lows, MSU head coach Jacquie Joseph used one word more than any other to describe the 2010 campaign: Inconsistent. The Spartans finished the season with a 21-31 overall record and 5-15 in the Big Ten
After a week where her team was outscored 36-4 and couldn’t seem to get back up after being constantly knocked down, softball head coach Jacquie Joseph let her players take this past weekend off and get away from softball.
There is no better way to describe the MSU softball team’s doubleheader sweep at the hands of Northwestern than by looking at the stat line.
Lindsey Hansen came to MSU from Valparaiso, Fla., intending to play third base, but with the departure of the starting shortstop, Hansen, then a sophomore, stepped in and didn’t miss a beat.