WCWS Boosters: Taking a look at four diehard fans
Sinah Goode, Beazie Maurin, Lena Ramirez, George and Beth Maley and their families have been making the trek to Oklahoma City for the Women's College World Series for years. They've seen the attendance grow as the game of softball has grown.
There are fans at the Women's College World Series.
And then, there are addicts.
Among the thousands who pack Hall of Fame Stadium every spring, there are a devoted few who have come from afar to the series and have come year after year. They consider it their vacations. They take time off work. They clear their calendars to make it happen.
They are hooked on softball.
And they admit to the diagnosis.
Beazie Maurin became a WCWS addict in 2001 when her beloved LSU Tigers made the field and she made the trip.
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