After narrowly falling 4-3 in game one against Wesley College, the Southern Virginia University softball team took game two, 9-8 for its third Capital Athletic Conference win of the season and a final home victory for seniors Mollie Gabbert and Katierose Helems.
The Southern Virginia softball team had a field day on Tuesday, posting 24-0 and 16-0 wins over Trinity (D.C.) behind Megan Harmon’s perfect game in game one, and Melanie Peyton’s no-hitter in game two.
The Southern Virginia softball team split a doubleheader on Wednesday against CAC opponent Frostburg State, falling in the first game 5-3 and winning the second 13-4. The victory marks the first conference win for the program since officially joining the CAC.
After falling in five innings to Ferrum College in game one, the Southern Virginia University softball team bounced back with a 6-0 shutout of the Panthers in game two for the doubleheader split at Harvey-Dryden Field Tuesday evening.