Below are some of the more frequently asked questions we receive from interested students. If you have additional questions please email Head Coach Becky Norris.
Who are we?
We have two squads that compete at various levels. Our Varsity squad competes in the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference during the championship Spring season. Both Varsity and Reserve squad are NAIA affiliated and play full schedules.
What is our mission?
Indiana Tech provides softball athletes an opportunity to compete and grow in the sport, set goals personally and within a team setting and participate in the NAIA’s Champions of Character initiative.
Where do we play?
We play at Havenhurst Park in New Haven, Indiana
What type of training facilities does Indiana Tech offer?
Besides the open area of the field and land at Havenhurst Park, the softball team uses the indoor training facility at the Warrior Field House which houses a weight room and four hitting tunnels. The squad also enjoys the benefits of an indoor track and state-of-the-art Wellness Center housed in the Schaefer Building.
What is the history of softball at Tech?
Indiana Tech started a softball program in 1993 and has continued to build the program into a conference contender.
Who makes up the coaching staff?
Becky Norris, the Head Softball Coach, is in her ninth season. She is aided by Head Assistant Coach, Llyodene Searle, who is on campus as a professor and coach. Reserve Head Coach, Ed Doell leads the reserve squad. Former players Brittany Bingham and Andrea Sexsmith are the Graduate Assistant Coaches.
What is the average team size?
The varsity squad consists of 18-20 athletes while the reserve squad usually ranges around 16-18 players.
What type of financial aid and/or scholarships are available?
100% of Indiana Tech student-athletes receive financial assistance through some combination of athletic, merit and/or need-based scholarships, grants, loans, and federal programs.
What other athletic programs does Tech have?
Indiana Tech has 22 intercollegiate programs. In addition to Softball, there is Baseball, Men’s and Women’s Basketball, Men's and Women's Bowling, Men’s and Women’s Cross Country, Men’s and Women’s Indoor and Outdoor Track, Men’s and Women’s Golf, Men’s and Women’s Soccer, Men’s and Women’s Tennis, Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse, Volleyball, and Wrestling and over a dozen intramural sports activities; there is also band, choir, and cheerleading.