The Virginia softball team (5-23, 1-8 ACC) dropped a doubleheader Wednesday night against James Madison (19-6). The Dukes stifled the Cavaliers’ bats while erupting offensively off Virginia’s pitching to earn 9-1 and 10-2 wins.
The Virginia softball team (5-21, 1-8 ACC) will visit Harrisonburg as it competes in a two-game series against James Madison (17-6). The games were originally scheduled for March 4, but inclement weather postponed the games until Wednesday.
The Virginia softball team (5-21, 1-8 ACC) dropped all three of its games against Louisville (13-7, 6-0 ACC), falling 5-0 and 5-4 in Saturday’s doubleheader before Sunday’s 7-5 loss. The Cavaliers have managed just one win in their last nine games.
The Virginia softball team (4-14, 1-2 ACC) traveled to the FMU Softball Stadium in Florence, South Carolina, where it sandwiched a win between two losses to drop the series to Pittsburgh (15-2, 2-1 ACC). The Cavaliers began their first series of conference play with a doubleheader on Saturday.
Though the field may be covered in snow right now, the grounds crew is no doubt working tirelessly to uncover the glistening Patriot Bermudagrass and prepare The Park for another season of Virginia softball.
The Virginia softball team participated in the Eagle Challenge this weekend and emerged with a 2-2 split. The Cavaliers (3-6) earned a pair of victories Friday against Omaha and Delaware State, but stumbled in losses against North Carolina Central and in their second encounter against Omaha.
It was a busy weekend for Cavaliers (1-3) as the Virginia softball team competed in the final three games of the Kajikawa Classic at Farrington Stadium in Tempe, Arizona. In Friday’s game against the University of Texas at El Paso, Virginia capitalized upon two big innings as they routed the Miners 14-5 in five innings.
Virginia softball concluded its season in a fashion all too familiar — with a sweep by Boston College.
The Virginia softball team took both games of their doubleheader Wednesday afternoon against Liberty. The Cavaliers (8-40, 1-22 ACC) put forward a tremendous effort in all facets of the game to douse the Flames (7-42, 2-19 Big South) by a combined score of 16-4.
With one week remaining in the regular season Virginia softball comes crawling to the finish line looking for a more positive end to a disappointing season. The Cavaliers wrap up their home schedule with a Tuesday doubleheader against James Madison and a Wednesday series against Liberty. Virginia’s burden does not get any lighter on Tuesday.
Virginia softball concluded the home portion of its ACC schedule this weekend against No. 22 Notre Dame. The Cavaliers’ (6-38, 1-22 ACC) bats betrayed them in the first two games before coming alive in a thrilling Senior Day game.