The No. 7 Texas A&M picks up 7th straight win with 15-0

The No. 7 Texas A&M Softball group posted their biggest triumph of the season with a 15-0 win over the Prairie View A&M Lady Panthers Wednesday night at the Aggie Softball Complex.

The No. 7 Texas A&M picks up 7th straight win with 15-0


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The Aggies (26-2) had both sides of the ball clicking in their shutout triumph. Aggie bats posted screwy numbers in each casing and the pitching staff permitted just a single Panther to achieve base. The 15-run edge was Texas A&M’s biggest since a 21-0 triumph over San Diego in March of 2016.

Trinity Harrington (7-1), making her eighth begin of the year, resigned every one of the nine Panthers she confronted over her three innings of work. The lesser fanned four, not permitting a ball to leave the infield. She was mitigated by Payton McBride who finished the shutout. The solitary Panther baserunner came to on infield hit to start the fourth. Aggie contributing utilized only 50 pitches the ballgame and joined for six strikeouts tossing just nine balls.

The Maroon and White squandered no time posting a four-run first. Kaitlyn Alderink began the inning with a one-out single and was followed up by Riley Sartain coming to on a blunder. Continuous copies from Ashley Walters and Sarah Hudek gave the Aggies a 3-0 advantage. McBride singled home the last keep running of the casing with a solitary to right. Match Prediction

Tori Vidales started the second with line-drive homer off Panther starter Taylor Drury (3-8). The laser simply cleared the left field divider for Vidales’ fifth dinger of the season. The Aggies would make it consecutive four-run innings with the huge hit conveyed on Kristen Cuyos’ two-run single.


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In the third, Reagan Boenker ran inverse field with a two-run impact, her first of the season. In their last at bats, the Aggies posted a five-spot supported by a couple Panther blunders and two strolls.

In only four innings at bat, 11 distinctive Aggies scored and 10 diverse Aggies recorded a fair hit. They completed with six strolls and only one strike out.

Texas A&M comes back to activity Friday with a three-diversion arrangement against Missouri at the Aggie Softball complex. The Sunday diversion will be accessible on ESPNU and the initial two amusements be seen on the SEC Network +, accessible through WatchESPN and the ESPN application. Each diversion can be heard locally on Willy 1550 AM.

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Texas A&M Quotes

Head Coach Jo Evans

On the rookies getting playing time…

“It’s vital. That is our future, those rookies out there. I was cheerful to see Miranda Miles go up there and get quality at bats and get herself a hit. Payton McBride has looked great all week at the plate. It’s pleasant to see her have the capacity to go out there and hit in the DP spot and pitch some better than average innings for us. Kelbi Fortenberry began for us in focus and got her chance. Blake-Ann Fritsch got her first at bat and hit the ball well, just got at the notice track. So it’s decent to see those children come in and get some time and have their partners pull for them.”

On playing Missouri this end of the week…

“They cleared us a year ago, that is all I consider. This is a group that we’ve had incredible amusements against. We generally have hard battled recreations with them. They’re extremely all around drilled and on a very basic level sound. They lost their two pro pitchers who exchanged out yet a year ago we lost to Baumgartner who is still on their staff. It’s a group that gets up there and swings the bat. We don’t mess with them at all so we know will need to play truly well to beat them.”

Updated: March 23, 2017 — 9:58 pm

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