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Renegades close impressive season in Super Regionals

Renegades close impressive season in Super Regionals

SAN MATEO – The 2024 Ohlone College softball season came to a crushing close with the Renegades' two losses at College of the San Mateo in the Northern California Playoffs Super Regionals.

Ohlone, seeded No. 10 for the playoffs, upset No. 7 College of the Sequoias 2-0 in an opening-round regional series before taking on Coast Conference foe and No. 2 seeded San Mateo.

Both games of the San Mateo series remained close until the Bulldogs put together a pair of big innings on their way to handing Ohlone an 8-1 loss in Game 1 on Friday and an 8-0 defeat in Saturday's series finale. The Renegades trailed 3-1 late in the opener before CSM rallied for five runs in the sixth. And on Saturday, down 2-0, San Mateo scored six times in the sixth to secure its win.

Ohlone wrapped up the 2024 season with a 21-20 overall record under head coach Julie Marshall. The Renegades returned to the playoffs for the first time since 2018.


Following the close of the 2024 regular season, the Renegades earned eight All-Coast Conference postseason awards.

Named second-team All-Coast Conference were sophomore pitcher/first base Emma Ham and freshman outfielder Ashley Reyes. Ham compiled a 10-6 overall record with 3 saves while compiling a 3.67 earned run average. Reyes batted .360 on the season (32 for 89) while scoring 30 runs with 10 walks, and 13 stolen bases.

Brittney Taylor, Elise Rojas, Ari Herrera, Jordan Greer, Kaiya Simmons, and Sierra Pasco were received All-Coast Conference honorable mention accolades.