Softball

BC coach Francis, softball staff named National NFCA NWAC Coaching Staff of the Year

Behind a NWAC regular season title and a third-place finish at the league championships, Bellevue College head coach Leah Francis, along with assistant coaches Sarah Hyatt and Danielle Orvella have been named the 2016 NFCA NWAC National Coaching Staff of the Year, announced the Association on Friday afternoon.


Softball Honors Galore as NWAC and All-American Teams Announced

Bellevue College softball cleaned up in awards as the All-NWAC and NFCA All-American Teams were announced. Rachel Delamare, who will be playing at Oregon Tech next year, was named All-American outfielder.  The sophomore from Monroe hit .548 with 12 home runs and 50 RBI’s. Head Coach Leah Francis and her staff were named Coaching Staff …more about Softball Honors Galore as NWAC and All-American Teams Announced


Softball Takes Third at NWAC; Best Finish Ever for #1 Ranked Bulldogs

Bellevue College softball ended one of their most memorable seasons by going 4-2 at the NWAC Championships held Friday May 20-Monday May 23. The four wins in the tourney before getting their second loss earned them third place overall in the conference. It was Head Coach Leah Francis’ best finish ever as the team also …more about Softball Takes Third at NWAC; Best Finish Ever for #1 Ranked Bulldogs



Softball Sweeps Everett

Bellevue College softball continued their winning ways on the road with a sweep at Everett by scores of 7-0 and 8-4.  Although it took a few innings for Bellevue’s offense to get going, the Bulldogs put up 2 runs in the third inning then gradually pulled away as pitcher Ciera Lockwood gave Bellevue time to …more about Softball Sweeps Everett


Softball Sweeps Skagit Valley

Bellevue College softball won two games in convincing fashion over visiting Skagit Valley College yesterday. The Bulldogs won the opener 15-0 and 12-4 in game two. In the opening game, Cierra Barkis had a mammoth day with 2 home runs and 6 RBI’s while going a perfect 4-for-4 at the plate. While Barkis was doing …more about Softball Sweeps Skagit Valley


Softball Splits With Douglas

Bellevue College softball inched closer to clinching the North Region title with a split against visiting Douglas College. On Tuesday May 3, the Bulldogs won 12-4 in the opener and lost 13-10 in game two. No other details were reported. Bellevue is now 12-2 (31-6 overall) and remains two games ahead of Douglas who is …more about Softball Splits With Douglas


Bulldogs Sweep Edmonds On the Road

Bellevue College softball continued their winning ways with a convincing sweep over host Edmonds by a pair of 8-3 scores. Rachel Delamare had three hits in game one while Ciera Lockwood went the distance in the circle scattering six hits. Tessani Dixon and Cierra Barkis added two hits apiece. In game two, Sylvester again pitched …more about Bulldogs Sweep Edmonds On the Road


Top-Ranked Softball Sweeps Everett

Bellevue College softball, who was recently ranked #1 in the NWAC Coaches’ Poll, won two games with ease this weekend over visiting Everett CC. On Saturday April 23, Bellevue won by scores of 9-0 in the opener and 8-3 in game two of the doubleheader against their North Region rivals. In game one, Bellevue wasted …more about Top-Ranked Softball Sweeps Everett


BC Softball Community Service Project

The Bellevue College Softball team takes a break from their busy spring schedule to help a local non-profit. The Bulldogs spent the afternoon on the farm planting seeds, harvesting topsoil and working the hay! Their efforts will help yield 20,000 pounds of food this fall, which in turn will get donated to the local food …more about BC Softball Community Service Project