Syracuse Orange softball

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Syracuse Orange softball
Syracuse Orange logo.svg
Founded2000
University Syracuse University
Head coach Shannon Doepking (2nd season)
Conference ACC
Location Syracuse, NY
Home stadium Skytop Softball Stadium (Capacity: 650)
Nickname Orange
ColorsOrange [1]
    
NCAA Tournament appearances
2010, 2011, 2012
Conference Tournament championships
Big East
2010, 2011

ACC

The Syracuse Orange softball team represents Syracuse University in NCAA Division I college softball. The team participates in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Orange are currently led by head coach Shannon Doepking. The team plays its home games at Skytop Softball Stadium located on the university's campus. [2]

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History

Coaching history

YearsCoachRecord%
2000-2005Mary Jo Firnbach164-169.492
2006-2015Leigh Ross259-219.542
2016-2018Mike Bosch88-65.575
2019-Present Shannon Doepking 20-32.385

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Championships

Conference Tournament Championships

YearConferenceTournament LocationHead Coach
2010 Big East Conference Louisville, KY Leigh Ross
2011 Big East Conference Louisville, KY Leigh Ross

Coaching staff

NamePosition coachedConsecutive season at
Syracuse in current position
Shannon Doepking Head coach 2nd
Miranda KramerAssistant Coach3rd
Vanessa ShippyAssistant Coach2nd
Reference: [4]

Awards and Honors

Conference Awards and Honors

Sources: [5] [6]

Big East Player of the Year

  • Alexis Switenko, 2006

Big East Pitcher of the Year

  • Jenna Caira, 2011

Big East Freshman of the Year

  • Tanya Rose, 2002
  • Erin Downey, 2005
  • Tonye McCorkle, 2006
  • Jenna Caira, 2009

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References

  1. "Colors". Syracuse University Brand Guidelines. Retrieved November 10, 2019.
  2. "SKYTOP SOFTBALL STADIUM". Cuse.com. SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY. Retrieved 17 May 2019.
  3. "Syracuse Softball Record Book" (PDF). Cuse.com. SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY. p. 4. Retrieved 17 May 2019.
  4. "Syracuse Softball Coaches". Cuse.com. SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY. Retrieved 19 May 2019.
  5. "Syracuse Softball Record Book" (PDF). Cuse.com. SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY. Retrieved 19 May 2019.
  6. "Big East Softball Record Book" (PDF). BigEast.com. THE BIG EAST CONFERENCE. pp. 15–19. Retrieved 19 May 2019.