The winter practice for the Zurich Challengers Softball Team will take place every TUESDAY from 6pm till 8pm at the Turnhalle Lavater at the Schulhausstrasse 1 in Zurich-Enge (tram 7 to Museum Rietberg).
Das Wintertraining für das Zürich Challengers Softball Team findet jeden DIENSTAG von 18.00-20.00 Uhr in der Turnhalle Lavater an der Schulhausstr. 1 in Zürich-Enge statt (Tram 7 bis Museum Rietberg).
The winter practice for the Zurich Challengers Softball Team will take place every Tuesday and every Thursday from 6.15pm till 8pm at the Turnhalle Rämibühl at the Rämistrasse 80 in Zurich (tram 5 & 9 to Kantonsschule). The first session after the Christmas break will take place on Tuesday, January 8.
Das Wintertraining für das Zürich Challengers Softball Team findet jeden Dienstag und jeden Donnerstag von 18.15-20.00 Uhr in der Turnhalle Rämibühl an der Rämistr. 80 in Zürich statt (Tram 5 & 9 bis Kantonsschule). Das erste Training nach den Weihnachtsferien findet am Dienstag, 8. Januar statt.
The games between the Challengers and the SG Eagles/Challengers and the double header between the Luzern Eagles and the SG Eagles/Challengers that all have been rained out on Saturday, September 1 will not be made up, as all the games will not have any impact on the standings. The games between the Zürich Barracudas and the SG Eagles/Challengers scheduled for June 2 will not be rescheduled too.
The Challengers finish the season with a 9-13 record in fifth place. The C’s missed the playoffs for the first time in team history. The SG Eagles/Challengers finish the season in seventh place with a 0-18 record.
The softball games that have been rained out on September 1 at Luzern won’t be made up, as their outcome won’t change the situation in the standings. The Challengers finish the season in fifth place with a 9-13 record, while the SG Eagles/Challengers finish in last place.Weiterlesen » Rainout games canceled
The second Softball-Team, the SG Eagles/Challengers lost twice to the Bern Cardinals on Saturday, June 16. The blue, yellow and red scored three runs in Game 1, as the Cardinals posted a 15-3 win. Game 2 was all Cardinals, as they cruised to a 14-0 shutout victory. The SG Eagles/Challengers will play four games on June 30 and July 1, as they will face the Bern Cardinals again and the Zürich Barracudas.Weiterlesen » SG Eagles/Challengers downed by Cardinals
The second Softball-Team, the SG Eagles/Challengers, lost twice against the Wil Devils on Saturday, June 9. The Devils posted a 23-0 shutout win in Game 1. Ellen Johnson had the only hit for the SG Eagles/Challengers. And the Devils added a 27-2 win in Game 2. Ellen Johnson and Meret Roth had one hit apiece, while Sarah Lechmann drove in a run for the SG Eagles/Challengers.Weiterlesen » SG Eagles/Challengers lost to Devils
The SG Eagles/Challengers lost twice to the first-placed Therwil Flyers on Sunday, June 3 at the Klopstockwiese. The Flyers jumped off to a good start, as they scored 14 runs in the first frame to put things out of reach and they added another seven in the second inning, as Lena Gfeller capped the inning with a three-run homer over the center field fence. The SG Eagles/Challengers managed to score in every inning, but eventually the Flyers posted a 24-8 victory.
Fabienne Baumgartner delivered two doubles and she and Anouk Lkharrazi reched base three times and scored two runs apiece, while Alexandra Meikle drew a walk and scored a run in her first career game.
Game 2 was all Flyers, as Kelsea Garthoff tossed a one-hit shutout with five strikeouts and the Flyers cruised to an easy 18-0 win. Carmela Sullivan had the only hit for the SG Eagles/Challengers, who will face the Wil Devils on Saturday, June 9 at Reussbühl.
The Softball-Team faced the SG Eagles/Challengers on Saturday, May 19 at the Klopstockwiese, in what was a matchup in familiar atmosphere, as in both teams players from the Challengers lined up. The SG Eagles/Challengers opened the score in both games, but the Challengers managed to accelerate after starting slow twice to eventually win 15-1 and 21-6.
The SG EAG/CHA scored first in Game 1, as Irene Späni drove in Cindy Sullivan to make it 1-0 in the first inning. The Challengers answered in the second frame. After a pair of walks and hit-by-pitches Valentina Verdesca, Taylor Mc Cants and Ziegylou Wehrli delivered run-scoring singles to make it 7-1. After Jennifer Probst drove in Sandrine Montandon, Leandra Simitovic had a base-clearing hit to make it 11-1 in the third.
Probst, Mc Cants, Wehrli and Verdesca had a pair of hits each, while Simitovic allowed one run, two hits and four walks while striking out five in four innings of work.
The SG EAG/CHA started even better in Game 2, as Valentina Verdesca belted a three-run double and Fabienne Baumgartner added a two-run triple to make it 6-0 in the top of the second inning. But again the Challengers turned it around, scoring 21 unanswered runs on eight hits and 15 walks.
Leandra Simitovic, Taylor Mc Cants and Andrea Wirth had two hits each, while Jennifer Probst, Izumi Nitta, Mc Cants and Wirth scored three runs each.
Taylor Mc Cants gave up six runs and five hits with two walks and three strikeouts for her first win of the season.
The home opener between the Challengers and the Bern Cardinals at the Heerenschürli ballpark, the softball game between the SG Eagles/Challengers and the Challengers and the season opener for the U12-Juveniles team all scheduled for Saturday, May 12 have been canceled by the groundkeepers due to heavy rain. No make-up dates have been announced so far.Weiterlesen » Baseball and Softball games washed out
The newly founded second Softball-Team SG Eagles/Challengers faced the Zurich Barracudas on Sunday, April 29. And it was all Barracudas in Game 1, as the SG EAG/CHA didn’t escape the first inning and the Barracudas scored eleven runs and rolled to a 17-2 victory. Valentina Verdesca drove in a run in her very first career game.
The SG EAG/CHA had a better start in Game 2, as they scored three runs in the bottom of the first inning, but the Barracudas offense exploded for 17 hits en route to a 17-6 win. Izumi Nitta had two hits and scored a pair of runs, while Isabel Schmid delivered a single and Sandrine Montandon had a RBI-single and scored a run.