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Women's Summer Collegiate Fast-Pitch Softball League

Herdliska, Drahozal join MSR softball league

Two more former all-state softball players have joined the new Iowa Women's Softball League, which will begin its first season of competition this May.

Ali Herdliska, who starred at Solon High School, and Erin Drahozal, who starred for the Xavier Saints, are the 18th and 19th players to join the league so far, with many more on the way.

Herdliska, a corner infielder, helped Solon make five straight trips to the state tournament, capped by a state title when she was a senior in 2015. She was a two-time all-state selection and made the all-tournament team at the state meet.

Herdliska enjoyed a tremendous year as a freshman this past season at South Dakota State, where she belted 16 home runs and was named the Summit League Freshman of the Year.

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Drahozal, a pitcher and third baseman, was a three-time all-state selection at Xavier High School. She is now a sophomore at Upper Iowa with a promising future.

The Iowa Women's Softball League has been formed by the Metro Sports Report to give all college players in Iowa, along with all Iowans who are competing at out-of-state schools, a chance to play in a competitive league during the summer.

 

Bevans joins MSR college softball league

Monika Bevans, a freshman at Kirkwood and a former star at Solon High  School, has joined the new Iowa Women's Softball League that will begin play this May.

Bevans, a catcher and third baseman, is the 17th collegiate player to join the league, which is being formed by the Metro Sports Report. She hit .507 with 12 home runs and 76 RBIs for Solon last season and helped the Spartans take third at the Class 3A state tournament.

Bevans was a first team all-state selection in 2016 and a second team all-state pick in 2015.

The Iowa Women's Softball League is geared for all college players in Iowa and for all Iowans who are competing at out-of-state schools.

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The season will consist of 10 doubleheaders on Sunday afternoons next summer, beginning on Sunday, May 28 and running through Sunday, July 30. All of the games will be played at Kirkwood Community College and Coe College in Cedar Rapids, beginning at 2 p.m. each day.

The goal is to have four teams with 16 players per team.

 

Alyssa Wiebel joins MSR softball league

Former Benton Community star Alyssa Wiebel, one of the greatest sluggers in state history, is the latest player to join the new Iowa Women's Softball League that will begin this summer.

Wiebel is currently a freshman at Illinois State University.

Wiebel enjoyed a remarkable career at Benton Community and helped the Bobcats win the Class 3A state title this past summer. She belted 64 home runs, which ranks second in state history and is tied for fourth in the national record books.

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Wiebel was a four-time first team all-state selection, the Class 3A Player of the Year and the Iowa Softball Gatorade Player of the Year during her remarkable career. She had a career batting average of .538, drove in 272 runs and helped Benton Community compile a 170-39 record during her five years of varsity competition.

Wiebel, a shortstop, is the 16th collegiate player to join the Iowa Women's Softball League, which is being formed by the Metro Sports Report. The new league is geared for all college players in Iowa and all Iowans who are competing at out-of-state schools.

   

Jones, Goedken join MSR softball league

Haley Jones from Coe College and Morgan Goedken from Wartburg are the latest collegiate athletes to join the new Iowa Women's Softball League that will begin play in 2017.

Fifteen players have now joined the program, representing NCAA, NAIA and NJCAA colleges.

Jones, a middle infielder, is currently a sophomore at Coe. She is the third Kohawk to join the summer league, joining Maddy Ryan and Mallory McArtor.

Jones was an all-conference and all-state shortstop during her prep career at Waterloo West.

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Goedken, a catcher, is a sophomore at Wartburg. She played at Iowa City Regina and was named to the academic all-conference team.

The new Iowa Women's Softball League, which is being formed by the Metro Sports Report, is intended for all college players who are currently playing for schools in Iowa and for all Iowans who are playing at out-of-state schools.

The season will consist of 10 doubleheaders on Sunday afternoons next summer, beginning on Sunday, May 28 and running through Sunday, July 30. All of the games will be played at Kirkwood Community College and Coe College in Cedar Rapids, beginning at 2 p.m. each day.

 

Frost, Kurtz join MSR softball league

Morgan Frost of Kirkwood and Taylor Kurtz of Waldorf are the latest collegiate athletes to join the new Iowa Women's Softball League that will begin play in 2017.

Thirteen active college players from Iowa have joined the program, representing schools from the NCAA, NAIA and NJCAA levels of competition.

Frost, an outfielder, was named a Junior College All-American last season when she hit .498 for Kirkwood with 10 home runs and 72 RBIs as a freshman. She starred in high school at Gilbertville Don Bosco, where she was named to the all-state teams as a freshman, sophomore, junior and senior and was a five-time all-conference selection.

Frost is the fourth player from Kirkwood to enroll in the league, joining Taylor Nearad, Maddie Hansen and Lexi Kinnaird.

Kurtz, currently a sophomore, is a pitcher and first baseman at Waldorf. She starred in high school at Mid-Prairie, where she was a two-time selection to the River Valley South Conference all-star team and helped Mid-Prairie place at the state tournament four times.

(CLICK HERE TO REGISTER)

The new Iowa Women's Softball League, which is being formed by the Metro Sports Report, is intended for all active college players in Iowa and for all Iowans who are playing at out-of-state schools.

The season will consist of 10 doubleheaders on Sunday afternoons next summer, beginning on Sunday, May 28 and running through Sunday, July 30. All of the games will be played at Kirkwood Community College and Coe College in Cedar Rapids at 2 p.m. each day.

   
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