The Virginia softball team ended its regular season on a sour note, dropping three-straight games to in-state rival Virginia Tech in the Commonwealth Clash.
Everything seemed to click for the Virginia softball team this weekend. It had arguably its best series performance of the season, taking two of three against the Tar Heels. The Cavaliers (15-28, 5-10 ACC) used strong pitching and timely hitting to take down a quality opponent in North Carolina (24-21, 8-10 ACC).
The Virginia softball team continues on with conference play this weekend, as they take on ACC rival North Carolina at the Park in Charlottesville, Va.
The Virginia softball team returned to action this weekend, taking on ACC rival Syracuse for a three-game series. The Cavaliers (13-27, 3-8 ACC) hadn’t played in over a week, and expressed their excitement about getting back onto the field.
The Cavaliers (8-18, 0-3 ACC) are in the midst of a rough patch right now, having lost nine of their last 11 games. The team is looking to bounce back against the Cardinals (16-6, 2-1 ACC), and gain some momentum as they continue their home stand.
The Virginia softball team is coming off of a strong weekend in which they went 3-2, picking up key victories against Ohio, La Salle and Furman along the way.
The Virginia softball team had a busy weekend, traveling to Tempe, Ariz. to face off against Utah State, Boise State, Northwestern, East Carolina and San Jose State.
It was a long offseason, but at last the Virginia softball team will get back into action this weekend. The Cavaliers will travel to Tempe, Ariz. to play a total of five games in three days to kick off the 2016 season.