2015 Softball Standings
Eastern Conference
 Macomb12-01.00026-5.839--9-16-011-4Won 6
 Oakland9-3.75013-14.4813.07-33-73-4Won 6
 St. Clair County6-6.50012-11.5226.04-42-66-1Lost 2
 Mott6-6.5007-21.2506.03-63-51-10Lost 4
 Delta5-7.4175-9.3577.03-22-70-0Won 3
  > - Alpena0-0.0000-0.0006.00-00-00-0
 Henry Ford0-16.0006-21.22214.01-61-124-3Lost 6
Western Conference
 Kellogg20-2.90927-8.771--13-19-15-6Won 7
 Muskegon16-4.80029-11.7253.08-113-58-5Won 1
 Kalamazoo Valley15-5.75022-8.7334.07-38-27-3Won 4
 Lansing17-6.73921-15.5833.57-314-40-8Won 4
 Ancilla7-10.41214-16.46710.55-44-75-5Lost 1
 Grand Rapids7-15.3188-24.25013.03-94-141-1Lost 7
 Jackson7-17.29210-27.27014.05-114-81-8Lost 2
 Lake Michigan5-17.22711-23.32415.05-114-82-4Lost 6
 Glen Oaks1-19.0501-27.03618.01-70-120-8Lost 6
> - Canceled Seaon
Recent Softball Headlines
Softball - Mon, Feb. 2, 2015

The Oakland Community College women's softball team is ranked 17th in the NJCAA Division II women's softball poll. The Raiders, who finished 29-17 overall and 16-4 MCCAA Eastern Conference. They won the District H Tournament and qualified for the NJCAA Division II National Tournament last season. They are picked to win NJCAA District J this season as the return 11 players including five starters. 

Softball - Tue, Dec. 9, 2014

DONALDSON, IN – Softball players Morgan Peoni (Franklin), Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) member, and Madyson Price (Logansport), PTK Vice-President are Ancilla College's 2014-2015 nominees to the All-USA/Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team. Phi Theta Kappa is a two-year college national honor society.

Softball - Thu, May. 22, 2014

Three MCCAA softball players have earned NJCAA Division II softball All-American honors for the 2014 season. Sophomore outfielder Erin Glavin of Kalamazoo Valley Community College has been named a Second Team All-American honors.  Glavin batted .455 for the season with five double and a triple. She also had 14 RBI, 43 runs scored and 42 stolen bases for the Cougars, who won the NJCAA District G Softball Tournament and a trip to the NJCAA Division II National Tournament.  

Softball - Thu, May. 1, 2014

Oakland Community College freshman pitcher Manda Messer has been named NJCAA Division II pitcher of the week for the second straight week. Messer was 3-1 on the week with 20 strike outs and nine walks. She scattered seven hits in 17 innings, allowing one run which was earned. He had a 0.41 ERA for the week.