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College Baseball Tournament Final Projections

Eric Lopez has his field of 64 for the NCAA College Baseball Tournament

UCF Softball 2015 Champions

On the Road to Oklahoma City

ELO Online: 2015 NCAA Softball Tournament Preview Eric Lopez and Victor Anderson breakdown the field of 64 and go region by region. How did the selection commitee do? Who should have hosted that is not? Eric and Victor discuss

UCF Softball 2015 Champions

NCAA Softball Tournament Final Projections

Eric Lopez final College Softball Field of 64 projections

Beth Torina with LSU  Softball Radio Voice Patrick Wright. (Photo Courtesy of

LSU’s Head Coach Beth Torina Talks Hosting SEC Tournament

Eric Lopez talks to LSU Softball Head Coach Beth Torina about hosting the SEC Conference Tournament.

UCF Won AAC Conference Tournament for 2nd straight Season.

NCAA Softball Tournament Projections 4.0

Eric Lopez latest projections for the NCAA Softball Tournament.

Billy Donovan

Can Billy Donovan Be Replaced at Florida?

On the latest Sports Talk Florida Insiders show, Carson Ingle and Eric Lopez preview the 2nd round of the NBA Playoffs. Carson and Eric  also spoke to UCF Softball Head Coach Renee Luers-Gillispie about the Knights outlook in the postseason

Gators Head Coach Tim Walton (Photo Courtesy of Tim Casey)

NCAA Softball Tournament Projections 3.0

ELO Online: 2015 NCAA Softball Tournament Projections: Who’s In, Who’s Out? We hit the Final week of the Regular season. Eric Lopez breaks down the conferences races and the latest outlook of the NCAA Tournament on this edition of

Mackenzie Audas and Shelby Turnier started playing together in 2013 and have form Dominant 1-2 Punch for UCF. (Photo Courtesy of Jim Hartsing)

Will UCF Softball Have Two All-American Pitchers?

Eric Lopez breaks down UCF's Mackenzie Audas and Shelby Turnier incredible season and how stacks up against the rest of the country.


NCAA Softball Tournament Projections 2.0

ELO Online:  2015 NCAA Softball Tournament Projections: Who’s In, Who’s Out? Congratulations to Oklahoma’s Lauren Chamberlain who is now tied for the NCAA all-time Home Run record with hitting her 90th career home run in Saturday’s win over Baylor. Chamberlain tied former

Logan Shore was 2014 SEC Freshman of the Year (Photo by Tim Casey

NCAA College Baseball Projections 2.0

Eric Lopez projects the field of 64 in College Baseball.