Seminole State's fastpitch softball program was established in 1995 under the leadership of Head Coach Courtney Miller. Over the years, Miller has built a nationally recognized program that has qualified for the state tournament for eight consecutive seasons.
Each year, Raider fastpitch softball players are recognized for their team contributions, consistently earning All-Conference, All-State, All-Academic and All-American honors.
Coach Miller is committed to keeping Seminole State at the top of Florida's softball ranks and helping players advance to the next level of their academic and athletic careers. In her tenure, several Raider athletes have earned scholarships to four-year colleges, including many Division I schools.
Seminole State home games are played at Raider Softball Field on the College's Sanford/Lake Mary Campus.
The Raiders are a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I and the Florida College System Activities Association (FCSAA) Mid-Florida Conference.
Scholarships for student-athletes, including tuition, books and — in some cases — housing, are available.
Lady Raider named FCSAA Player of the Week
(April 24, 2013) After an excellent offensive performance, Raider infielder Andrea Monayarji has been named the FCSAA Player of the Week. Read more.
Raider athletics prepares for conference slate
(March 18, 2013) Following a hot start to the season, all three Seminole State athletics teams are preparing for the second half of the Spring 2013 season. Read more.
Preview: Softball team aims to build on success
(Feb. 5, 2013) The Lady Raiders look to follow up their first-ever state championship with another spectacular season in 2013. Read more.