Columbia State's Lady Chargers Softball Program features some of the best fast-pitch action in middle Tennessee. Coach Johnny Littrell started coaching girls' fast pitch softball in 1988 and has won seven State Championships and qualified for numerous national tournaments.
Littrell became head softball coach at Columbia State in 2003 and led the Lady Chargers softball team to a fifth place finish in the TJCCAA Regional Tournament. In 2004, the Lady Chargers finished second in the Western Division, and fourth in the Regional Tournament. In 2005, the team finished second in the Western Division and third in the Regional Tournament. In 2006, Coach Littrell led the Lady Chargers to finish second in the State and second in the Regional Tournaments.
Columbia State TJCCAA State Runners-Up: 2005-06
News & Events:
Lady Chargers Promote Breast Cancer Awareness in Final Home Game
Columbia State and foe Calhoun both wore pink in home finally to promote Breast Cancer Awareness. After splitting the double-header with Calhoun, the Lady Chargers honored their sophomore members with a post game ceremony and cookout.
Coach Johnny and Coach Rick (center) pose for a photo with the six sophomores from this years squad. Left to right the players are: Brandie Lander, Kayla Douthit, Ashley Evans, Brandie Jett, Rachel Curtis, and Blakely Robertson
Lady Charger Sophomores and their families are honored after the final home game of the season.
Sophomore Kayla Douthit watches the Calhoun pitcher as she prepares to score from third base.
Sophomore Rachel Curtis
Sophomore Kayla Douthit is mobbed at home plate by her teammates following her home run.