If stealing bases were a crime, Jillian Van Wagnen would be locked up longer than Bernie Madoff.
Ohio’s softball season may be over, but for assistant coach Sharonda McDonald, the onset of summer marks a new beginning.
After mounting one magical comeback after another throughout the weekend, there were no rabbits left for the Bobcats to pull out of their hats in the deciding games Sunday afternoon.
It seemed harmless enough when Bobcats catcher Jordan Paden was plunked in the hand in the second inning of a 4-2 loss to Central Michigan back on April 22. Paden took her base and finished out the second inning, but she has not played an inning since.