2013 WCAC and State Champions!
2013 Varsity Softball Team
WCAC Championship and video highlights HERE
State Championship - Read more HERE
IN THE NEWS
Tori Finucane Named Virginia Gatorade Player of the Year for 2nd Year in a Row - June 6, 2013
Tori Finucane, Jillian Ferraro finish O'Connell careers with VISAA final win over Paul VI Catholic - Washington Post - May 17, 2013
Well-Known Pitching Coach Was Impressed - Arlington Sun Gazette - May 13, 2013
O'Connell Softball Wins 10th Straight WCAC Title - The Connection - May 15, 2013
Finucane Leads Knights to Title - Arlington Catholic Herald - May 13, 2013
Tori Finucane Lifts O'Connell to WCAC Championship - The Washington Post - May 11, 2013
O'Connell Defeats McLean - The Connection - Apr. 24, 2013
Watch CSN News Story on Finucane-Ferraro Duo - Apr. 14, 2013
#2 O'Connell Shuts Out #3 Stone Bridge - Washington Post, Apr. 11, 2013
O'Connell Moves Up to #2 in National Rankings - MaxPrep, Apr. 8, 2013
Washington Post on Tori Finucane's Early Season Performance - Apr. 3, 2013
Frederick News Story on O'Connell Win over Urbana - Highlights Finucane as Inspiration - Mar. 26, 2013
O'CONNELL SOFTBALL PROGRAM
The mission of the Bishop O’Connell High School softball program is to provide each and every player with a positive softball experience and, in doing so, promoting her confidence, self-esteem and positive life skills that will serve her well throughout her life.
The program prides itself in “playing the game the right way, playing the game for the right reasons,” with an emphasis on “being the best that you can be” in an environment which stresses discipline, self-discipline, teamwork and sportsmanship - both on and off the playing field.
O’Connell’s tradition in softball is beyond compare, recognized by many as the premiere scholastic program in the metropolitan Washington, D.C. area the past 25 years and, more often than not, gaining national recognition for its accomplishments year-in and year-out.
And, for good reason! Over the past 23 years, Bishop O’Connell has won the Catholic League championship 16 times and captured the Virginia Independent Schools State title 14 of the past 15 years.
The numbers speak for themselves, see By The Numbers