Cowgirls slip against Aggies; NCAA
Updated 19 May 18 9:25 PM CDT The Bears were brutal with Gia Rodoni getting nine Cowgirls to strike out this evening in the NCAA College Softball World Series, College Station Regionals, for a Baylor win 6-0 in seven full innings. Rodini silenced the Cowgirl bats with a no-hitter in seven only allowing three McNeese runners on base with walks.
That wraps it up for the 2018 Cowgirls who went 41-21 and won a 3rd consecutive conference trophy, before advancing into the regional. It was a great year and with five seniors moving on the challenge is put upon the talented underclassers to step up in 2019.
Final Boxscore here
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Updated 19 May 18 6:23 PM CDT The McNeese Cowgirls will play Baylor at 5:30 PM CDT.
Live Boxscore here McNeese has had a couple of hours rest while Baylor devoured Prairie View A&M 9-0. McNeese edged out Baylor yesterday 11-10 in round one's game.
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Four mistakes and quieter bats allowed the Cowgirls to slip in round two this afternoon in a 1:30 game versus Texas A&M with a final outcome of 10-1 in the NCAA National Softball Championships, College Station Regional.
Justyce McClain again led McNeese hitters going 2/2 and scoring the Cowgirls lone run. The Aggies took advantage of Cowgirl errors (4) scoring in each inning except the 5th and putting together assembly-line runs throughout the game. Boxscore here.
The Cowgirls will now face the Baylor Bears or Prairie View winner in their next round in the double-elimination tournament round. The Cowgirls scored five runs in the 1st inning yesterday, piled on more throughout and held off a Baylor bottom of the seventh rush to win 11-10. See the Brackets here.