Gonzalez named West Freshman of the Year
Cougars eliminated in Region VI tournament

NJCAA Softball Poll


Softball Games Recent Softball News

Wednesday, April 20
Softball - at Liberal, Kansas
Region VI, Jayhawk West Softball
Barton 6, Seward 0
Seward 2, Barton 1

Thursday, April 21
Softball - at Great Bend, Kansas
Jayhawk West Softball
Dodge City 1, Barton 0
Dodge City 13, Barton 4

Tuesday, April 26
Softball - at Concordia, Kansas
Region VI Softball
Barton at Cloud County, 3 pm
postponed - moved to April 27

Wednesday, April 27
Softball - at Concordia, Kansas
Region VI Softball
Barton 1, Cloud County 0 (10)
Barton 5, Cloud County 0

Saturday, April 30
Softball - at Liberal, Kansas
Region VI Softball Championships
Garden 2, Barton 1
Barton 4, Colby 3
Cloud 7, Barton 2

Season Complete

Home games are in Bold

All-Jayhawk West
All-Region VI, DI

Cougar softball lands 2 on All-West 1st team; Gonzales freshman of the Year
The Barton County Community College softball team had 5 players receive recognition for their play this season by being named to the All-Jayhawk West softball team. Two Cougars were named 1st team, 2 more 2nd team, and 1 honorable mention. Pitcher Rosamar Gonzales was tabbed as the Freshman of the Year in the West. Joining Gonzales on the 1st team for Barton was 2nd baseman Natosha Stewart. Ashlee Early and Heather Watson earned 2nd team honors while Vanessa Roy was named honorable mention.

Cougars end season with losses in Region VI tournament
The Barton County Community College softball team went 1-2 at the Region VI double elimination tournament this past weekend in Liberal, ending its season with a 30-36 record. The Cougars lost the 1st game of the tournament in a heart-breaking fashion before staying alive with a win in the loser’s bracket. Barton 2nd chance was short-lived, however, as the Cougars lost the final game of the day Saturday to be eliminated from competition.

Cougars drop West games to Dodge; need 1 win for 3rd seed in Region VI
The Barton County Community College softball team dropped its Jayhawk West games of the season Thursday at Cougar Fields and is now looking to the Region VI tournament in the post season. Barton fell 1-0 and 13-4 to Dodge and fell to 27-34 overall this year and end the West season at 6-10. That will get the Cougars a tie for 4th or 5th in the West. Barton still has two very important regular season games remaining in a trip to Cloud that will determine whether the Cougars are the No. 3 or No. 4 seed in the upcoming Region VI tournament.