Rizzotti said players felt some relief that the games were rescheduled, and the squad will regroup and discuss training for the year ahead.
Transfer student-athletes said they’ve taken virtual facility tours and spoken with coaches over the phone to learn more about programs before they commit.
Some professional leagues have created funds for workers, while employers have offered to pay salaries through a certain date.
Head coaches said they’re using online videoconferencing platforms to communicate and run online workouts.
Junior infielder Hannah Eslick wacked three of GW’s homers while senior utility Faith Weber and sophomore pitcher Megan Osterhaus both tossed complete games.
The 11 upperclassmen have handled the bulk of the playing time this year, leaning on postseason experience to lead the team.
While the Colonials may have a new head coach on the sidelines, their playing lineup looks almost identical from last year.
Softball got its season back on track this weekend, winning two of three games at the Colonial Classic powered by a trio of seniors.
Coming off a 2019 campaign that culminated in a trifecta of program firsts, the Colonials are returning 14 members of last season’s squad.
Pittsburgh squeezed out a victory by .325 of a point with a team score of 195.700 to the Colonials’ 195.375.