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August 13, 2012
Carolina Diamonds Lose Final Home Game Of Season In Extra Innings

KANNAPOLIS – The Carolina Diamonds ended the final homestand of their inaugural National Pro Fastpitch softball league season with a 6-4 extra innings loss to the league’s leading USSSA Pride at Kannapolis’s CMC-NorthEast Stadium. “I am proud of the kids. They played with fire. We came back, we did some things that we needed to….

August 11, 2012
Errors trip the Diamonds; Fall To Pride

Kannapolis, NC- Diamonds fans saw a pitching dual between Katie Burkhart (8-9) and Danielle Lawrie (7-2) that was tarnished by three Diamond errors and another loss to the Pride with a final score of 4-1. The Pride’s Natasha Watley started the game and the Diamonds’ error count when she slapped towards third base and the…

August 2, 2012
NPF and Pride Media Coverage Excels in 2012

The media coverage on the USSSA Pride and NPF softball this season has come a long way and has made significant strides in getting the attention of the Professional Sports World and the Fastpitch world in general. The USSSA Pride have played “Home” series’ this season at many different places in many different states. In…

July 27, 2012
NPF Receives Press from The Dallas Morning News – “Facing the world’s best – just not in London”

This is some great press coverage for the USSSA Florida Pride, the NPF and the great sport of Fastpitch! It discusses how despite softball being dropped from the Olympics there is still great competition at the Pro level thanks to the National Pro Fastpitch league and it’s teams – the USSSA Pride, the Chicago Bandits,…

July 8, 2012
Final Game between Pride and Diamonds Cancelled

Baton Rouge, LA-Game 4 of the Pride series at LSU has been cancelled due to severe weather in the area. The Pride managed to finish last night’s game which was postponed because of rain, but could not finish the final game of the series against the Carolina Diamonds before the severe weather made it’s way…

July 7, 2012
The Carolina Diamonds uses big second inning to beat the USSSA Pride, 11-2

Baton Rouge, LA- The USSSA Pride and the Carolina Diamonds kicked off Saturdays double header at noon at LSU Tiger Stadium in front of an anxious crowd of over 500. It was a big day of LSU’s faithful as they gathered to see Brittany Mack pitch the second game for the Pride and see her…

July 5, 2012
USSSA Florida Pride playing at Tiger Park, LSU – Brittany Mack is Back!

The USSSA Florida Pride travel to Louisiana State University, home of Head Coach Beth Torina and Women’s College World Series star Brittany Mack to take on the Carolina Diamonds as part of the National Pro Fastpitch League FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PRLog (Press Release) – Jul 05, 2012 – That’s right Pride fans! The USSSA Florida Pride are back…

June 22, 2012
Pride Take Daytona Double Header Against Diamonds

Daytona Beach, FL- The USSSA Pride and Carolina Diamonds took the field at the historic Jackie Robinson Stadium on Thursday night in what would be an exciting NPF double header. The Pride were victorious in both outings in front of an announced attendance of over 800 fans. In the first game, Andrea Duran and Charlotte…

June 14, 2012
NPF Announces Schedule Change For Regular Season Carolina Diamonds and USSSA Pride Series

The NPF has announced a schedule change for the month of June. The June 23 double header featuring the USSSA Florida Pride and the Carolina Diamonds was originally scheduled to be played at Knights Stadium in Ft. Mill, SC. The location of the double header has been changed and will now be played at the…

January 27, 2012
2012 Pride Schedule Released

USSSA Pride Owner Don DeDonatis, and the NPF, unveiled the 2012 softball schedule. The Pride will be on the road for the majority of games but will be playing three home series in Orlando; two at Disney’s ESPN Wide World of Sports and one at the Astros Spring training facility, which is also home to…

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