• Created Date
  • 1964-1975
  • Publisher
  • Springfield College
  • Description
  • This photograph shows a member of the Springfield College softball team bunting a ball. In 1963, Diane Potter introduced softball to the College as an intramural sport. While the squad finished with a disappointing 0-2 record, the team flourished as the years progressed. Coach Potter led them to a thirty-two winning streak starting in 1968 and was one of the most successful coaches in New England. Under her leadership, the team toured Holland,... more
    This photograph shows a member of the Springfield College softball team bunting a ball. In 1963, Diane Potter introduced softball to the College as an intramural sport. While the squad finished with a disappointing 0-2 record, the team flourished as the years progressed. Coach Potter led them to a thirty-two winning streak starting in 1968 and was one of the most successful coaches in New England. Under her leadership, the team toured Holland, where they hosted workshops and competed against the national team. less
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