Sophomore right-hander Aimee Chapdelaine started off the Virginia softball team’s Wednesday doubleheader against Delaware State by twirling a four-hit, complete game shutout in an 8-0 win called after five innings. Then, she stepped back on the mound and one-upped herself, blanking the Hornets on two hits and a walk in the Cavaliers’ 2-0 victory.
Virginia softball continues its season with a midweek doubleheader against Longwood in Farmville, Va. The Cavaliers (4-27, 1-13 ACC) are coming off three road losses to Pittsburgh and hope to better hold the leads they work so hard to earn.
The season-long struggles of Virginia softball continued Thursday evening with a two-game series against George Mason. The Cavalier bats managed to produce runs, but ineffective pitching and shaky defense created insurmountable deficits.
Virginia softball welcomed Fordham to The Park for a Thursday evening doubleheader. The two teams split the day, with the Cavaliers (4-22, 1-10 ACC) taking the first game 9-2 and the Rams (13-15) winning second 8-2.
Virginia softball could not buck their losing ways at the Mary Nutter Classic. The Cavaliers (2-11) won only one of the weekend’s five games despite showing much more life at the plate.
The Virginia softball team heads westward for the Mary Nutter Classic in Cathedral City, Cal. The lineup for the Cavaliers includes BYU, Pacific, Oregon State, Fresno State, and No. 6 Oregon in their final tournament of the year.
Virginia softball kicked off its season at the South Carolina Upstate Classic in Spartanburg, S.C. this weekend. The Cavaliers (1-4) struggled around the board, and fell by mercy rule in the tournament’s final two games.