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Delaware Tech Softball Season Starts March 2

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Delaware Tech Softball Season Starts March 2

The Delaware Technical Community College 2019 softball officially starts Saturday, March 2 when Delaware Tech travels to Rowan College at Burlington County.

The team’s first home game is Saturday, March 9. It will be a doubleheader against Rowan College at Gloucester County starting at noon. All home games are played at Delaware Tech’s Owens Campus in Georgetown.

Delaware Tech competes in Region XIX of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA), and is coached by Guy Wilkins and Eric Swanson.

This year’s team features returning NJCAA All-Region shortstop Megan Fry of Milford, All-Region first baseman Madison McGee of Dagsboro, and All-Region third baseman Elizabeth Smith of Bear.

For a complete roster and schedule of Delaware Tech softball, visit

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PHOTO CAPTION: Delaware Technical Community College’s softball team begins the 2019 season on Saturday, March 2. Pictured, from left, back row, Kaylie Moore (Federalsburg, Md./Colonel Richardson High School); Morgan Willoughby (Federalsburg, Md./Colonel Richardson High School); assistant coach Eric Swanson; Caitlin Pontak (Newark/Newark High School); Camryn Thompson (Laurel/Delmarva Christian High School); head coach Guy Wilkins; Sydney Tyndall (Seaford/Delmar High School); and Megan Fry (Houston/Milford High School). Middle row, Elizabeth Smith (Bear/Caravel Academy); Morgan Edler (Newark/Red Lion Christian Academy); Shelbi Taylor (Delmar/Delmar High School); McKenna Browning (Easton, Md./St. Michael’s High School); Kasie Simpson (Georgetown/Sussex Central High School); and Madison McGee (Dagsboro/Indian River High School). Front row, Jenna Calloway (Laurel/Sussex Tech High School); Alyssa Collins (Seaford/Sussex Tech High School); and Tracy Pleasanton (Laurel/Delmar High School).


Delaware Tech -- the First State’s only community college -- offers academic, technical, community education, and workforce development comprising more than 100 associate degree, diploma and certificate programs. The College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.  Delaware Tech has four campuses across Delaware in Georgetown, Dover, Stanton and Wilmington. For more information about Delaware Tech, visit