Pitching dominates softball and that is why Central College could make a run at the division three national title this spring. The Dutch are 10-0 and coach George Wares has a deep pitching ataff that includes senior’s Libby Hysell and April Miller along with sophomore Carrie Schmidt,Central’s downfall last season was an inability to score enough runs. Wares feels the Dutch have improved offensively but defense will remain their strength. With so many veterans back the Dutch have lofty expectations, but he says they also realize they play in the best conference in the country.Central opens the Midwest Regional Invitational in St. Louis, today.
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