2021 Bryant Softball

  • Weekend Series against George Mason Canceled
    March 04, 2021
    Smithfield, R.I. - The weekend series against George Mason has been canceled due to a positive Covid-19 result within the Bryant University softball program.
  • Bulldogs selected fifth in preseason poll
    February 18, 2021
    Somerset, N.J. - The Bryant University softball team has been selected to finish fifth in the Northeast Conference preseason poll by the organization on Thursday. Long Island leads the way with seven first-place votes, followed by Saint Francis with one and Sacred Heart, who also received one vote. The rest of the poll consists of Mount St. Mary's, Bryant, Central Connecticut, Fairleigh Dickinson, Wagner, and Merrimack.
  • Spectators not allowed at outdoor events in R.I. until further notice
    February 11, 2021
    SMITHFIELD, R.I. - The State of Rhode Island determined today (February 11) that spectators will not be allowed at any outdoor collegiate sporting events until further notice.
  • French releases non-conference schedule
    February 10, 2021
    Head coach Nick French of the Bryant University softball announced the non-conference schedule for the 2021 season Wednesday. The Bulldogs will play in a total of 47 games that includes 15 non-conference games and 32 Northeast Conference games.
  • Softball announces 2021 Schedule
    January 31, 2021
    Smithfield, R.I. - Head coach Nick French of the Bryant University softball team announced his team's Northeast Conference schedule on Monday.
  • French announces six signees to Class of 2025
    November 12, 2020
    Smithfield, R.I. – Bryant University softball head coach Nick French announced six new Bulldogs in the class of 2025 who will be joining Bryant softball next fall. "I am super excited to bring this class to Bryant. They are elite in the classroom as well as on the softball field," Coach French said. "On the field, it’s a versatile group that between them can play every position on the field so they give us a lot of options. They all swing the bat extremely well and will bring a lot of power and excitement to Conaty Park."