Category Archives: Softball

MaxPreps – Top Returning Connecticut Softball Stat Leaders

The Connecticut high school softball season opened Saturday. Or at least it was supposed to open. After a March that came in like a lamb and ended like one, too, a cold rain washed out most games. Chances are that a few more days of the season will be postponed with temperatures continuing to dropContinue Reading

Softball Committee Meeting Minutes 11/9/15

CIAC SOFTBALL COMMITTEE MINUTES November 9, 2015 Present:  Barbara Startup, Scott Aresco, Judy Deeb, Beth Smith, Bob Lehr Barbara presented a proposal to the committee to honor longtime tournament director Judy Saxton.  Scott seconded Barbara’s motion – motion passed.  Beth has agreed to order a plaque; Judy will be honored at the Class L ChampionshipContinue Reading

CIAC Spring 2015 Championship Highlights

CIAC Spring 2015 Championship Highlights

The spring championship season was another exciting one for fans of high school sports in Connecticut. The NFHS Network and CPTVSports helped bring that excitement to fans everywhere with live coverage of 21 different events. After all that great coverage and excitement, we weren’t quite ready to move on to the summer without one finalContinue Reading

Watch CIAC Spring Championships On The NFHS Network

Once again this spring the NFHS Network will feature live streams of nearly every CIAC championship. With less than a month before the season ends, the excitement is building and the championships will be here soon. The finals in baseball, softball, boys lacrosse, girls lacrosse, boys volleyball, and the track & field state open areContinue Reading

2015 Spring Rule Interpretation Meeting Schedule

The CIAC is announcing the schedule for the spring rules interpretations meetings provided to CIAC by officials’ organizations and league. CIAC rules and regulations require head coaches or their designee to represent your school at these important meetings. Other coaches are encouraged to attend, but it is not a requirement. If your coach cannot make theContinue Reading

2015-16 Season Limitations Changes

In August the CIAC Board of Control approved changes for the season limitations and practice dates for the 2015-16 season beginning in the fall 2015. The changes were approved after the 2014-15 CIAC Handbook went to print, therefore the on-line edition has incorrect dates listed for 2015-16. The CIAC has attempted to share the correctContinue Reading

NFHS Approves Rule Changes In Baseball & Softball

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Beginning with the 2015 high school baseball season, teams will be allowed to use video monitoring or replay equipment for coaching purposes during games. This revision to Rule 3-3-1 was one of five changes recommended by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Baseball Rules Committee at its June 8-10 meetingContinue Reading

Linked Up – Spring Championships 2014

Linked Up – Spring Championships 2014

Not much to say, other than congratulations to all the state champions. Enjoy the feeling, and kudos to all the players, coaches and fans who made the spring championship season so memorable. Girls Lacrosse: From the Darien News: Chemistry took Darien from good to great and helped them earn a class L championship. From the Norwalk Hour:Continue Reading

CIAC Concussion Management Policy

CIAC Concussion Management Policy

The issue of concussions and brain injury has been a focus of the CIAC for many years, and with new information coming to the fore, the critical importance of this issue has come into sharper focus. Through its policies and requirements the CIAC has made great effort to protect the well-being of student-athletes. It hasContinue Reading

Best of the CIAC Network 2012-13 – Part 6

Best of the CIAC Network 2012-13 – Part 6

We have finally come to the end of our weeks-long project to highlight the best championship moments from the CIAC Network for the 2012-13 seasons. To catch up, check out all the previous installments right here (part 1; part 2; part 3; part 4; part 5). Tomorrow, we let democracy run its course as weContinue Reading