With two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning, the San Diego State softball team found itself in a familiar position on Sunday in Las Vegas.
During her softball career at San Diego State, senior pitcher Samantha Beasley has experienced an abundance of success on the mound.
Before the San Diego State softball team started its season, freshmen utility Lorena Klopp wasn’t expecting to do much.
In a game where both teams squandered opportunity after opportunity, it was only a matter of time before one squad broke through.
After compiling a 19-7 record with a 1.70 ERA for the San Diego State softball team her freshman year, the bar was set high for junior pitcher Bailey Micetich.
After losing 1-0 to BYU in eight innings last Friday, it appeared as if the San Diego State softball team was going to suffer the same fate a day later.
While enjoying win after win throughout the years, the feeling has become routine for San Diego State softball coach Kathy Van Wyk, but last Friday she earned a win that stands apart from most.
When it rains, it pours. And it poured on Colorado State last Sunday as the San Diego State softball team unleashed an offensive onslaught.
After a 10-13 start to the season, it would have been easy to write off the San Diego State softball team.
But that was then and this is now. And as of now, SDSU couldn’t be playing any better.
Sometimes it only takes one inning to turn a competitive game into a rout, and on Sunday, the San Diego State softball team showed the University of San Diego how true that statement is.
The San Diego State softball team won four out of five games in the San Diego Classic II last weekend to improve its record to 16-14.
While the San Diego State men’s basketball team was pummeling BYU Saturday evening, the SDSU softball team was preparing for a huge victory of its own. On Sunday, in the Aggie Invitational held at College Station in Texas, the Aztecs dominated Mississippi Valley State 11-3 in a six-inning victory.