watch propecia in woman by Jay Phillips, Staff Writer UWF softball will start its season this Friday in Gulf Shores with first-year coach Ashliegh McLean at the helm.

canadian levitra 20mg McLean will be the fourth softball coach in the program’s 32-year history and will take over for Melissa Paul, who stepped down in order to spend more time with her family.

watch “Going from a grad assistant, to an assistant coach, and now taking it on as a head coach, you just have so much pride in this program and want the program and kids to continue to be successful,” McLean said.

follow url After finishing the 2018 season with a record of 31-21, the Argonauts will look to start the new season off on the right foot as they travel to Gulf Shores this weekend for four games.

go site UWF’s first game of the season will feature the Argonauts taking on the No. 5 team in the country, Saint Leo. The Argonauts will conclude their Gulf Shores trip after playing Lander, Eckerd and Tuskegee on Saturday and Sunday.

propecia compare price The Argonauts’ roster looks built to compete with multiple players winning preseason awards.

follow url Seniors Rhiannon Sassman and Rachel Wright were awarded with GSC Preseason All-Conference honors. According to, “Sassman made 27 starts to begin the year before suffering season-ending injury in late March. While active, the two-time All-GSC pick led UWF in slugging (.535), triples (3) and on-base percentage (.490), while ranking fourth in batting (.310) and walks (16) and fifth in home runs (2). Sassman, a native of Orlando, Florida, is UWF’s active leader in total bases (253), triples (16), batting (.353), runs (118), slugging (.572), walks (63) and on-base percentage (.453).” Wright was selected to the GSC All-Tournament Team for the second time last season. A Tate High School graduate, she has started every game at UWF during her career.

According to, “[Wright] is UWF’s active career leader in games played (172) and doubles (38) … ranked fourth in the GSC with 16 doubles in her junior season. Wright also ranked second on UWF with 65 total bases and was third on the team in runs scored (29), hits (42) and stolen bases (9).”

Teala Howard and Mallory Vining were also awarded preseason honors, as both freshmen were selected to the GSC’s Top Newcomer list.

According to, “Howard, from Lake Butler, Florida, was a first team All-State and the Florida Miss Softball Runner-Up in 2018, and Vining was a two-time All-State Honorable Mention pick out of Ponchatoula HS.”

UWF was picked to finish fourth in the league and even earned one preseason vote as the number one team in the conference.

The top of the GSC rankings round out with Alabama Huntsville being predicted to win the league, Valdosta State was picked to finish second, and Mississippi College was picked third.

After the Gulf Shores opening weekend games, UWF will travel to Clearwater, Florida, for the Argonauts’ next five games.

After UWF finishes their Clearwater games, they will come back home for their first home game of the year against Spring Hill in a double-header on Feb. 13.

After the double-header with Spring Hill, UWF will start conference play by welcoming Christian Brothers to Pensacola on Feb. 16.