Fairfield Softball Friends Connect the Past with the Present

Fairfield Softball Friends Connect the Past with the Present

On Saturday, April 29, Fairfield University Softball held their annual Friends of Softball Celebration. Over 70 alumni, parents and student-athletes gathered to reconnect after the team split a MAAC doubleheader with Manhattan earlier that afternoon at Alumni Softball Field.

"It was so exciting to see the strong turnout at our Friends of Softball event over the weekend,” said head coach Julie Brzezinski. “Our current team had a chance to meet and mingle with our alumni and their families and friends. Connecting the present with the past is what strengthens our alumni and their support going forward. We are looking forward to continuing to build that foundation."

The event kicked off with greetings from Coach Brzezinski, who led the Stags to a MAAC Championship and NCAA postseason trip in 2015. Friends of Softball President Sarosy Kiernan '03 thanked attendees for their support and encouraged them to return to campus to cheer on their Stags.

Click here to view photos from the event.

Update! Softball heads to LSU for NCAA Tournament Games!

For more information about Friends of Softball, please contact Jhanay Harris at 203-254-4000, ext. 2406 or jharris@fairfield.edu .

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Last modified: 06-08-18 09:00 AM

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