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FSW softball team removed from Southwest flight for not wearing masks

LEE COUNTY, Fla. – Florida SouthWestern State College’s softball team was removed from a Southwest flight for refusing to wear masks. Southwest Airlines confirmed federal law requires everyone age two and over to wear a mask at all times throughout a flight. “Our reports indicate that individuals traveling as part of a group refused to wear masks after being reminded multiple times by our Crew,” a spokesperson with Southwest said in a statement. The group was removed from the flight for “refusing to comply” with the federal mask mandate, according to officials...

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FSW Softball leads the way with school’s first national championship

FORT MYERS, Fla. – After only six years the Florida Southwestern athletics department brought home its first national championship over the weekend after going a perfect 5-0 in the NJCAA national tournament. The Bucs trip out west was complete with dramatic comebacks, a SportsCenter top 10 play, and overall great softball as the Bucs brought the championship to Fort Myers. “I am so proud of our team and it was absolutely a team effort,” FSW freshman infielder Feline Poot said. It took a team effort on the diamond and off that gave FSW the crown jewel that every program has...

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FSW softball moves on to quarterfinals

YUMA, Az. – The Florida SouthWestern State Buccaneer had a 13-3 run rule victory over the Central Alabama Trojans on Tuesday afternoon in the first round of the NJCAA National Tournament. Trojans started off in the lead, only to be overshadowed by the Bucs in the bottom of the first inning with a 4-2 lead. FSW maintained their stride, rising to a 9-2 lead by the second inning, according to FSW. By the fifth inning, the Bucs secured a 13-3 run rule win. The Bucs improve to 45-4 on the year with the win while Central Alabama falls to 43-14.   FSW advances to the winner’s bracket...

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Softball player “embarrassed and disrespected” after umpires ask her to cut braids off

DURHAM, N.C. / CNN — A North Carolina high school student-athlete is demanding an end to hair discrimination after she said she was forced to cut her hair during a game. On April 19, sophomore Nicole Pyles was playing a game of softball at Hillside High School. “The umps came up to my coach asking about my beads. I was just like, well, it’s fine. I’ll tuck them and put them away,” she said. It was the top of the second inning when she said her team was winning, and the umpire noticed her knotless braids with beads. It’s a style Pyles said she’s worn to other games. “When I...

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