One glance at the San Diego State softball team’s current record of 6-7 would give anyone the impression that this season’s team is anything but stellar.
In the last game of the Cathedral City Classic, the San Diego State softball team couldn’t score a run and lost 5-0 to the Arizona Wildcats, who are now the top-ranked team in the ESPN.com / USA Softball poll.
The weekend’s rainstorms were enough to cancel Friday’s and Saturday’s softball games in the San Diego Classic I, but on Sunday, nothing stopped San Diego State from committing a record six errors en route to a 6-3 loss against No. 10 / 11 Washington.
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Four years ago, softball head coach Kathy Van Wyk told Samantha Beasley that if she worked hard enough, she could be the best pitcher San Diego State had ever seen.
The San Diego State softball team had a prosperous weekend at the Stacy Winsberg Memorial Tournament in Los Angeles, emerging with four quality wins and one loss.
The San Diego State softball team finished last season with a decent 34-16 overall record, but it failed to follow through in big games and finish strong — or “finish it,” as team members say.
Sophomore pitcher Samantha Beasley wouldn’t say what her best pitch was in last night’s 1-0 victory over crosstown rival USD, but she did give a little insight into her dominating night.
When head coach Kathy Van Wyk recruited Samantha Beasley, she knew what she was getting.
Van Wyk saw great potential. She recognized that she was a great all-around athlete who could play at any position.
Before the start of last weekend’s 19th annual Campbell/Cartier Classic, the San Diego State softball team knew its biggest challenges were going to be Pac-10 powerhouses Stanford and Washington.
After matching UCLA punch-for-punch through seven innings, the San Diego State softball team finally delivered a blow to the No. 4 Bruins in the top of the eighth.