Women's Softball Recruiting

Recruiting is already complete for the 2018-2019 season, please check back next year. You must have a NJCAA Physical and Insurance form completed before you try out. You can pick up a copy of the forms at the athletic office in building 8, room 8023, or you can click the form links below and print out a copy. If you have questions contact Steve Beachler at steven.beachler@sinclair.edu or the athletic office at room 8023 or call 937-512-2860. Students must be enrolled full time (minimum 12 hours) in order to compete in intercollegiate sports at Sinclair.



The Sinclair softball team (23-12, 6-6) is on an eight-game win streak after finishing up their regular season sweeping OSU-Newark in a doubleheader at home. Sinclair finished the regular season with a 6-6 (.500) conference and came in a tie with Jackson College (12-16, 8-8) also .500 (Conference winning %) for the final spot in the NJCAA Regional Tournament.

Softball is back at Sinclair Community College. After a twenty one year lapse, Sinclair has announced the return of Women’s Softball as an intercollegiate sport for the 2014-2015 academic year.

Sinclair competes in Region XII of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) and will participate in the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC). Practices and scrimmages will begin in the fall of 2014 and conference play will begin in the spring of 2015. Softball will be conducted as a Division II sport, offering scholarships for tuition and books. The college is seeking players who are currently high school students or recent graduates who have not used two years of collegiate softball competition.

Students in the Miami Valley now have another avenue to continue their academic and athletic success. Sinclair offers the lowest tuition rate in Ohio and has established more than 100 transfer agreements to assist students in transferring to other colleges. Sinclair graduates would have the opportunity to play two years at the community college level and two additional years after transferring to a four year college.