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2004 Archive
Adamshick and Stone Receive ECAC Top Honors; Huson, Rockwell Also on All-ECAC Squad (8/5/04)

Adamshick, Colombo Earn Academic All-District Honors

Adamshick, Stone All-America Honors; Six Red Dragons on All-Region Team

Cortland Drops 1-0 Decision to Wheaton, Eliminated from World Series (5/15/04)

Cortland Falls 10-2 to St. Thomas in World Series Opener; Will Face Wheaton (Mass.) Saturday at 1:30 p.m. (5/14/04)

Cortland to Face St. Thomas in World Series Opener Friday (5/12/04)
Division III Softball World Series Home Page

Stephanie Adamshick Named SUNY Cortland Female Athlete of the Week (5/12/04)

Softball Defeats Ithaca, 4-3, in 10 Innings; Red Dragons Earn Return Trip to Div. III World Series (5/9/04)

(All NCAA softball regional scores can be found on NCAASports.com)

Red Dragons Defeat Oneonta, 8-4; One Win Away from World Series (5/8/04)

Cortland Wins NCAA Opener vs. Ithaca, 2-0, Behind Adamshick Four-Hitter (5/7/04)

Cortland received one of two "Pool C" at-large berths into the NCAA Div. III tournament. The Red Dragons will be the #2 seed in a five-team regional Friday-Sunday (May 7-9) at Ithaca College. Cortland will face #3 seed Ithaca Friday at noon. Other teams in the regional are (#1) Western New England, (#4) Oneonta and (#5) Merchant Marine Academy. See the NCAASports.com Softball Page for tournament brackets.

Lara Stone, Stephanie Adamshick Earn Top SUNYAC Annual Awards; Six Red Dragons on All-League Team (5/1/04)

Cortland finished second at the SUNYAC Tournament in Cortland. The Red Dragons lost to Oneonta in the championship game. Box scores and game stories from all of the games are available on the SUNYAC Softball Tournament Page.

Cortland's doubleheader Tuesday, April 27 vs. Cazenovia in Syracuse was canceled.

Cortland Splits at Oneonta, Finishes SUNYAC Regular Season With 18-2 Mark (4/24/04)

Cortland Sweeps New Paltz, Clinches SUNYAC Regular-Season Crown (4/22/04)

Red Dragons Sweep Geneseo, 1-0 and 12-2, to Maintain SUNYAC Lead (4/20/04)

Cortland's 15-Game Win Streak Snapped at Fredonia; Adamshick Improves to 15-0 in Opener (4/17/04)

Cortland Sweeps Buffalo State; Lenhart Reaches Career 400-Win Mark (4/16/04)

Seventh-Ranked Cortland Sweeps Ithaca, Improves Win Streak to 12 Games (4/14/04)

Adamshick Tosses Two-Hitter in 8-0 Win vs. SUNYIT; Banta's Sac Fly Wins Nightcap (4/10/04)

Cortland Rallies to Defeat Oswego; Red Dragons Sweep to Stay Unbeaten in SUNYAC (4/9/04)

Adamshick, Stone Repeat as SUNYAC Weekly Award Winners; Adamshick ECAC Pitcher of the Week (4/7/04)

The doubleheader hosted by Cazenovia at the Cicero-North Syracuse Gillette Road Complex scheduled for Tuesday, April 6, has been re-scheduled for Tuesday, April 27, at 3 p.m.

Adamshick Fans 13 in 8-0 Victory vs. Potsdam; #9 Red Dragons Win Nightcap 9-0 (4/3/04)

Colombo Helps Red Dragons Sweep Doubleheader vs. Plattsburgh, 3-2 and 8-3 (4/2/04)

Stone Hits School Single-Game Record Three Homers in 13-3 Win vs. Brockport to Complete Sweep (3/31/04)

Lara Stone Named SUNY Cortland Female Athlete of the Week (3/31/04)

Stone Named SUNYAC and ECAC Player of the Week; Adamshick Top SUNYAC Pitcher (3/31/04)

Red Dragons Split at King's; Adamshick Improves to 7-0 (3/28/04)

Cortland Cruises to Pair of Victories vs. Rochester (3/27/04)

The doubleheader versus Ithaca College scheduled for Thursday has been postponed. The teams will play a doubleheader in Cortland on Wednesday, April 14, at 4 p.m.

The games scheduled versus Muhlenberg on Friday and Kean on Saturday at Montclair St. were postponed.

Stone's Homer Gives Cortland 4-3 Win vs. Swarthmore; Adamshick Leads Red Dragons Past Ohio Wesleyan (3/12/04)

Rockwell Leads Red Dragons to Wins vs. John Carroll and Marietta (3/11/04)

Cortland Defeats Wisconsin-Stout and Waynesburg at Rebel Spring Games (3/10/04)

Red Dragons Blank #4 Muskingum, Lose to Ohio Wesleyan (3/8/04)

Cortland Beats Simpson, Loses to Coast Guard at Rebel Spring Games (3/7/04)

Red Dragons Ranked Seventh in National Preseason Poll (2/25/04)

Cortland Softball Clinic to be Held Feb. 28