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Random Collision

Late Spring Co-ed Softball on Capitol Hill Mondays/Wednesdays - Late Spring Softball on Capitol Hill Mondays/Wednesdays
Team Color
Grey - Charcoal
Mascot
Motto
History
W L T
6 3 0

Team Schedule

Monday, April 10

Week 1 Banner
8:15 PM Field 2
 
Hit 'EM With The D Team Logo
Home
vs
Hit 'EM With The D
Loss
9 - 10
9:30 PM Field 2
 
Visitor
vs
Soft Balls, Hard Bats
Loss
11 - 25

Wednesday, April 19

Week 2 Banner
7:00 PM Field 2
 
Home
vs
Indy #S9
Win
12 - 3

Wednesday, April 26

Summer Leagues Open
7:00 PM Field 2
 
Rainmakers Team Logo
Visitor
vs
Rainmakers
Win
18 - 9

Wednesday, May 3

Week 4
8:15 PM Field 2
 
THE SEATTLE SHARKNADOS Team Logo
Visitor
vs
THE SEATTLE SHARKNADOS
Win
16 - 7

Monday, May 8

Week 5
8:15 PM Field 2
 
House Elves Team Logo
Visitor
vs
House Elves
Win
10 - 3

Wednesday, May 24

Corp Events
PLAYOFFS View Playoff Bracket
7:00 PM Field 2
 
THE SEATTLE SHARKNADOS Team Logo
Home
vs
THE SEATTLE SHARKNADOS
8:15 PM Field 2
 
Visitor
vs
Soft Balls, Hard Bats
Win
14 - 6
Win by forfeit against THE SEATTLE SHARKNADOS Win

Wednesday, May 31

PLAYOFFS View Playoff Bracket
7:00 PM Field 2
 
Hit 'EM With The D Team Logo
Visitor
vs
Hit 'EM With The D
Loss
16 - 18

Monday, May 22

PLAYOFFS View Playoff Bracket
View Seeding and Schedule Info

Notes

Second Place

Late Spring Co-ed Softball on Capitol Hill Mondays/Wednesdays

Wednesday, May 24

Random Collision Revitalized

The Magic is Back!

Random Collision is on a tear right now and they are showing signs of their glory days when they would just handle teams with ease and rule their league with complete authority. On Wednesday night SBHB got a taste of those glory days, and in the end Random Collision was just too much for them to handle. This turned out to be a defensive struggle through four innings and quickly turned ugly as Random Collision reeled off six runs in the top half of the 5th. Because of some very tight and delicious defense, SBHB could not respond and could only muster 2 runs over the next 3 innings. Before you knew it, the higher seeded team is eliminated from the playoffs and Random Collision moves on to the championship round just like days of old. They have challenged for titles many times in the past and it hasn't always worked out for them. Well, Random Collision is playing some great ball right now and their destiny is in their hands. If they stay hot....look out and please bring your A game and don't forget to take your hustle pill. Great game to all of the players for an outstanding win in an epic USL softball shoot out against a league power house.

Monday, May 8

Random Collision Rolls

Make Quick Work of House Elves

Random Collision has finally put it all together and are looking like a team destined for a league title. On Monday night they dispatched the House Elves with relative ease locking down on defense and hitting the crap out of the ball all night long. Stellar pitching and hot bats equal wins and this team know how to win. You will definitely see them in the playoffs so please bring your A game.

Wednesday, April 26

Lauren Uses Vacation Hours To Make Game

This Goes Above and Beyond Dedication

Lauren on Wednesday night showed her commitment to Random Collision by using her vacation hours in order to show up for Wednesday night's game. She promptly went 4 for 4 with a triple, a double and 2 singles while driving in 4 runs. I don't have to state how much dedication and commitment this shows on her part. She's a baller and that's what ballers do. Great game and we will never forget the sacrifice you made to make it to the game on Wednesday.Hats off to you Lauren.

 

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