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5/27/2015 - 2015 NCSA All Americans

Congratulations to all those who were named to the 2015 NCSA All American Team. The 2014-2015 season was an amazing season and we are already looking forward to 2015-2016!

5/22/2015 - New Team

SUNY Brockport has officially joined the NCSA for the upcoming 2015-2016 season!

5/19/2015 - Suite 301!

Here's a quick recap of our weekend in Columbus, brought to you by NCSA Director of Softball Operations Savannah Ahrens and a few of her NCSA World Series staff members.

5/17/2015 - National Champions

The James Madison University Dukes have been crowned the 2015 NCSA National Champions!

5/17/2015 - World Series Play-by-Play

Check out the LIVE play-by-play of the NCSA World Series National Championship Game!

5/17/2015 - Championship Broadcast

Join us LIVE on UStream for a play-by-play broadcast of the NCSA World Series Championship Game! Coverage begins at 4:30PM EST.

5/16/2015 - NCSA WS Championship Day

Six teams remain in the 2015 NCSA World Series. Who will bring home the championship? Check out the updated bracket.

5/15/2015 - NCSA WS Elimination Seeding

Pool Play Day of the 2015 NCSA World Series has come to an end. Check out the seeding for tomorrow's Double-Elimination.

5/07/2015 - Worth May Top 15 Poll

ASU remains at #1 while Regional Winners Michigan & Clemson join the Top 15. Check out the Worth May Top 15. Stay tuned to find out who claims the #1 spot as the 2015 NCSA National Champions!

5/04/2015 - New Team

University of Virginia has officially joined the NCSA for next season! (2015-2016) Welcome Cavaliers!

#4 - Erica Barrett OF/OF
Barrett was a force to be reckoned with at the plate & received MVP votes throughout all three days of the World Series. Her clutch hits & solid defense lead JMU to their first National Championship.
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Welcome to the new and improved NCSA Website
Welcome to the NEW website of the National Club Softball Association. The new website offers online player registration, conference stat trackers, individual game stats, plus all the great features that the old NCSA site had to offer.  Due to the complexity of the state of the art software being used to design this fully custom website, the programming time is quite extensive. Our developers are finishing up working out the bugs of this first Phase of the site and will soon begin work on Phase II.  In the mean time, should you discover any bugs within the site, please feel free to send us feedback to  Thank you for your patience and for being a fan of the NCSA.