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In another championship season where UNC Greensboro softball won its third-straight Southern Conference Regular Season Championship, numerous Spartans racked up accolades.
After a 4-3 comeback victory to force another game in the Southern Conference Championship, No. 1 seed UNC Greensboro softball (33-23) fell 10-1 in five innings to No. 3 Chattanooga (37-15) Saturday night at Jim Frost Stadium.
Giving up seven runs in the second inning and having a loss already on the day, No. 1 seed UNC Greensboro softball (31-22) stormed back with seven unanswered runs to complete the 9-7 comeback win over No. 4 Mercer (27-29) Friday evening at Jim Frost Stadium that secured the last spot in Saturday's Southern Conference Championship Game at 1 p.m.
No. 1 seed UNC Greensboro softball (31-22) fell 3-1 to the host of the Southern Conference Tournament, No. 3 Chattanooga (36-14), Friday afternoon at Jim Frost Stadium.
UNC Greensboro softball's sophomore outfielder Makenna Matthijs was selected to the Google Cloud Academic All-District® 3 Team (NC, TN, VA) selected by CoSIDA as announced Thursday morning.
No. 1 seed UNC Greensboro softball (31-21) scored nine unanswered runs to defeat No. 5 ETSU (21-26-2) Thursday afternoon at Jim Frost Stadium.
UNC Greensboro softball's Janelle Breneman was named Southern Conference Coach of the Year for the second-straight season, the league announced Tuesday.
Winning its third-straight Southern Conference Regular Season Championship, No. 1 seed UNC Greensboro opens the conference tournament against the winner of No. 4 Mercer-No. 5 ETSU Thursday at approximately 12:30 p.m.
Courtesy of a 3-2 walk-off win by Chattanooga at home over Samford Sunday evening in the last Southern Conference game of the season, UNC Greensboro softball won its third-straight SoCon Regular Season Championship.
Katie Stettler delivered a walk-off single through the right side to give UNC Greensboro softball (30-21, 12-5) a 3-2 win in the rubber match against ETSU (20-25-2, 6-11) on Senior Day Saturday afternoon at UNCG Softball Stadium.
UNC Greensboro softball (29-21, 11-5) split a doubleheader to ETSU (20-24-2, 6-10) with a 2-0 win and 5-4 loss Friday afternoon at UNCG Softball Stadium.
UNC Greensboro softball faces ETSU (19-23-2, 5-9) on Senior Day weekend with the Southern Conference Regular Season Championship on the line.