The CNCC Lady Spartans softball team ranked No. 6 in the nation

RBC I The women’s softball team at Colorado Northwestern Community College in Rangely is off to a great start, entering last week as the No. 6 team in the nation through the National Junior College Athletic Association.

“The (women) started the season off with a record of 4-2, with wins over two top-ranked teams—Pima Community College (of Tucson, Ariz.) by 8-0 and Yavapai Community College (of Prescott, Ariz.) by 7-5,” head softball coach Ysidro Jimenez said. “The Lady Spartans also got impressive wins Central Arizona (of Coolidge, Ariz.) and Scottsdale Community College (of Scottsdale, Ariz.) by a 12-6 score.”
After the weekend, the Spartans are hitting at an impressive .421 batting average, they led the nation in triples with seven and they are No. 2 in the nation in stolen bases with 23.
The Spartans are led by Taylor Reidhead with a 4-1 record on the mound, leading the nation with four wins, and McKenna Fox, who led the nation with nine stolen bases, along with Kayla Durfey, who is third in the nation with six stolen bases.