Blue Demon Softball Makes Conference USA's Top 10 List
Fans can visit the official website of the league to vote on their favorite moment among the top 10.
DePaul’s softball program is included among the great moments. In May 2000, in just the first season of C-USA softball competition, both DePaul and Southern Miss made the conference’s first appearances in the Women’s College World Series in
Head Coach Eugene Lenti's Blue Demons were on an amazing run, allowing no runs in five regional contests, while recording a scoreless inning streak of 37 behind freshman pitcher Lindsay Chouinard. Sophomore Shavaughne Desecki, who recorded six RBI during the World Series, was named to the WCWS All-Tournament Team. DePaul concluded the 2000 season with a 40-22 overall mark, while finishing second in the conference standings with a 14-1 record.
The Golden Eagles, who had claimed the C-USA regular season and tournament titles, were led by senior All-American pitcher Courtney Blades. At the World Series, Blades helped USM to wins over