No cap recap: summer sports preview

Sports editors Owen Aanestad ’22 and Camille Gretter ’23 break down the upcoming summer sports season and the spring sports postseason.


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The team gathers in the infield during a timeout in the first game of the doubleheader on June 18.

On this episode of the No Cap Recap…

Almost one year ago the baseball and softball team arrived back on campus for a chance at a shortened 2020 season. This year it’s a little different. As mask mandates and cases continue to fall both squads will be back on the diamond this summer with a full schedule. Spring athletes finish out their seasons will state titles and trips to Des Moines on the line in the upcoming weeks. For the first time in a long time, these athletes will compete and attend classes through June 11.


Charlie Stumpff’s baseball team is looking to improve on their 7-8 record last season while battling cancellations due to COVID-19. Returning ace and the University of Iowa commit Marcus Morgan ’21 will play a big role this year on the mound after finishing last season will 34 strikeouts and a 3.18 ERA. Skip to 2:03 for more on what you can expect from the Trojans this year.

The Trojan softball team coached by Barb Lynn finished with an 8-15 record last year behind a couple of big senior playmakers. Senior Rylee Goodfellow will finish off her high school career behind the plate and help lead the Trojans this season after leading the team in RBIs just a year ago. Skip to 3:28 to listen more about the softball team this summer.