Texas Southern vs #3 Texas

Discussion in 'Softball' started by racerx5908, Mar 7, 2020.

  1. racerx5908

    racerx5908 1,000+ Posts

    Texas Southern
    Record:
    8-11
    ERA: 3.33
    Batting Avg: 0.257
    Pitching:
    Reyes: 4-4, 1.87
    Baxter: 2-2, 2.16
    Gendorf: 2-2, 2.23
    Youngblood: 0-2, 11.67​
    Hitting:
    Tate (49): 0.306
    Rodriguez (41): 0.220
    Haslam (40): 0.350​
    Fielding: 0.958

    Texas
    Record: 21-3
    ERA: 1.88
    Batting Avg: 0.373
    Pitching:
    Elish: 10-3, 1.36
    O'Leary: 5-0, 2.30
    Day: 4-0, 1.18
    Adams: 2-0, 3.62​
    Hitting:
    Rhodes (68): 0.368
    Jefferson (65): 0.538
    Iakopo (63): 0.317​
    Fielding: 0.955
     
  2. Jacob Johnson

    Jacob Johnson 500+ Posts

    Yeah I know its just one run but adams doesn't looked improved from last season. She throws to many balls and when they are strikes they are right over the plate and easy to hit. Looks like Elish, O'Leary, and day will be the rotation come big 12 play/series.
     
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  3. racerx5908

    racerx5908 1,000+ Posts

    Agreed. Looks like Day is #3. But she never starts because she has to come in bail out all the other pitchers
     
  4. old65horn

    old65horn 1,000+ Posts

    I would like to see Green given another chance. We could use a lefty.
     
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  5. racerx5908

    racerx5908 1,000+ Posts

    Unsure the last time I saw the Horns hit 4 HR in the same game. So, had to relive it again:
     
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  6. ViperHorn

    ViperHorn 10,000+ Posts

    A team hits 4 dingers in a university-level softball game is an accomplishment no matter the quality of the pitcher. I believe that we are far enough along in the season to make an important observation - you make a mistake to a Texas hitter and they will hit it - and far in some cases.
     
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    Last edited: Mar 8, 2020

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