CLEVELAND – The Jefferson (Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University) Athletic Department had 76 student-athletes named 2016-17 recipients of the Academic Achievement Award by the Divisi...
PHILADELPHIA – Assistant Vice President of Athletics Tom Shirley announced the hiring of Mike Fegeley as the Jefferson Softball Head Coach on Tuesday afternoon.
Larry Cooper won 58 games in his three seasons at the helm of the softball team.
Naomi Stas is the Rams' first All-Region player since 2014.
The Rams reached the final day of the CACC Tournament for the first time in program history.
The Rams are the first seven seed to make the final day of the CACC Tournament.
The Rams won their first CACC Tournament game since 2009.
Naomi Stas was named to the first team, while Stephanie Pepper and Kayla Henry-Caltabellotta were tabbed for the second team.
The Rams will play in the CACC Tournament for the first time since 2014.
Shannon Weaver had a pair of hits for the Rams.
Shannon Weaver had two RBI and a run scored, while Stephanie Pepper struck out 17 in game two.
The Rams scored four runs in the sixth inning in a 4-2 game-two win over Bloomsburg.
Monica Levins and Jovanna Alfonsi both had two hits and one RBI in game two.
Jovanna Alfonsi had four hits for the Rams.
The Rams came-from-behind to win game one 5-4 and then won the nightcap 7-1.
The Rams were defeated 3-2 and 2-1 in the bottom of the seventh.
Naomi Stas and Stephanie Pepper held the Devils to one run in the two games, while Courtney Wensel and Monica Levins had four hits.
Naomi Star hit two homers in a game one loss and was the winning pitcher in game two.
The Rams had their five-game CACC winning streak ended with two losses to Felician.
The Rams defeated the Lightning 6-1 and 1-0 to extend their CACC winning streak to five.
Naomi Stas is the first Ram to be named CACC softball pitcher of the week since 2010.
Philadelphia defeated West Chester 2-1 in game two after getting no-hit in the opener.
The Rams earned its first sweep of the season with two wins over Concordia, 7-4 and 2-1.
Monica Levins and Stephanie Pepper hit the Rams' first two home runs of the season in game two
Naomi Stas threw a complete-game three-hitter in a game two 1-0 win over Wilmington.
The Rams defeated Franklin Pierce, but lost to California (Pa.) and Augustana (S.D.).
Naomi Stas and Shannon Weaver each had a hit for the Rams.
Philadelphia had four hits in the contest.
Naomi Stas threw the fourth no-hitter in program history in a 3-0 win over No. 19 University of Indianapolis.
Naomi Stas recorded five hits for the Rams.