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The College of the Canyons softball program concluded the 2017 season with a 30-13-1 overall record and 13-5 mark in conference play to finish second in the Western State Conference (WSC), East Division standings. The Cougars then put together a successful postseason run, defeating Southwestern College in a best-of-three series during the opening round of the CCCAA Southern California Regional Playoffs. COC was able to advance to the Super Regional round for a second straight year, before being eliminated with back-to-back losses. Canyons has had nine players earn All-Western State Conference (WSC), East Division honors. Freshmen Danielle Chatman and Heidi Ludy were both selected to the California Community College Fastpitch Coaches Association (3CFCA) All-Southern California Team.

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The College of the Canyons softball team concluded the 2016 season with a 32-14 overall record and 19-2 mark vs. conference opponents to clinch the program's 13th conference title, and sixth under head coach John Wissmath. Canyons then advanced to the Super Regional round of the CCCAA SoCal Regional Playoffs, before seeing its season come to an end. The Cougars were rewarded with 10 all-conference selections, highlighted by sophomore Ashley Russo earning WSC Pitcher of the Year honors. Wissmath was also named WSC, Blue Division Coach of the Year. Earning All-WSC First Team honors for COC were sophomore first baseman Kiana Holder, freshman second baseman Sarah Wilson, sophomore third baseman Cheyenne Steward and sophomore outfielder Ariana Rea. Holder was also named a 2016 National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) California Junior College All-American after batting .465 on the season to go with nine home runs and 54 RBIs.

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The College of the Canyons softball team concluded the season with a 28-12-1 overall record and finished second in the Western State Conference, Blue Division earning a spot in the CCCAA Southern California Regional playoffs. The Cougars also ended the regular season as the No. 10 ranked team in the state. Head coach Jon Wissmath’s team produced a number of impressive individual performances throughout the 2015 season. Eight players were named All-WSC, including catcher Lauren Anderson who earned WSC Player of the Year honors. Anderson — who was also named an All-State Selection — led the conference in home runs (13) and RBIs (57) and led the team with a .556 batting average. First baseman Kaitlyn Shreves was also named to first team All-Conference team. Cheyenne Steward, Ashley Russo, and Jennifer Metcalf were named to second team All-Conference team. Steward was also named an All-SoCal election.

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The College of the Canyons softball team won its third consecutive Western State Conference title in 2014 under head coach Jon Wissmath. The Cougars completed the season with a 22-19 overall record, bolstered by a 17-4 record in conference play earning themselves a spot in the California Community College Athletic Association Softball Regional Playoffs. Sophomore Adriana Correa led the team in home runs (12), RBI (41) and batting average (.423).


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The College of the Canyon’s softball team dominated the conference season for the second year in a row and won the team’s second consecutive conference title, with an 18-0 record and 34-11-2 overall record. Heading into the post season as the No. 5 team in Southern California, the Cougars had a come from behind victory in the first round to beat Saddleback in a best-of-three series, 2-1. After going undefeated in the Super Regionals in the first two days of the four-team, double elimination tournament, the Cougars dropped the final two games of the tournament to host Saddleback College, to end the team’s playoff run. Sophomore outfielder Savannah Gutierrez was named a NFCS All-American, South Division, and sophomore pitcher Kimmie Lockhart was named All-State. Three Cougars were named All-Southern California and eight players were named all-conference. 

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The College of the Canyons softball team struggled to open the 2011 season and entered the conference season with a 5-9 record. After a lack luster non-conference schedule, the Cougars found their stride and rattled off eight victories to end the month of March, but April didn't produce the wins the team needed to make an appearance in the playoffs. Bryanna De La Torre was named All-Southern California and eight softball players were named all-conference.

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The softball team won its second consecutive conference championship in 2010, but struggled in the first round of the playoffs against Grossmont College. Postseason awards helped take the sting out of the early exit from the playoffs, though. Leading the team with awards were infielder Ruby Herrera and outfielder Melissa Herndon, who were both named All-American. This marked the first time that COC softball head coach John Wissmath had two All-American honorees on one team. Herndon was also named the Player of the Year for the conference, along with two-time conference Pitcher of the Year Ashley Imperial.

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The 2009 Co-Champion Western State Conference, Blue Division, College of the Canyons (28-15-1) softball team earned a No. 9 seed in the California Community College Athletic Association Southern California Regional Playoffs, for head coach John Wissmath’s first appearance in the playoffs in only his second year with the program. The Cougars bowed out of the playoffs early with a first-round loss to Saddleback, but gained momentum under Wissmath's leadership. COC earned its eighth conference championship following a very tight race with L.A. Mission College and had six all-conference awards, Pitcher of the Year accolades for freshman Ashley Imperial and Coach of the Year honors for John Wissmath. Imperial also was named to the All-State team and Lauren Rose was honored with All-Southern California accolades.

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Under the leadership of new head coach John Wissmath, the Cougars go 17-32 (10-15), finishing in sixth place in the WSC-Blue. Freshman Lauren Rose was named first-team all-conference and sophomore Jeralyn Gates and freshman Sarah Hasenfus received honorable mention nods. 

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