The Salem College athletic department hosted a very successful 2013 Great South Athletic Conference Softball Tournament this past weekend at Salem College and Forsyth Country Day School
The Salem College softball team is pleased to announce that Michaela Johnson has committed and deposited to attend Salem next fall.
The Salem College softball team is set to host the Great South Softball Tournament for the first time in school history.
The Salem College softball team closed out the regular season and the career of senior Amber Miller (Mebane, NC) by easily sweeping Wesleyan in conference play.
The Salem College softball team kept things tight with Huntingdon for two games, before the Hawks pulled away in the late innings. Huntingdon won both games by the score of 11-4, but they scored 11 combined runs in the 6th and 7th innings of the two games. Salem falls to 10-20 overall and 7-7 in the Great South, while the Hawks improve to 23-9 and 16-0 in conference play.
The Salem College softball team put on a scoring clinic on the road against Wesleyan in a Great South doubleheader. The Spirits won the 1st game 13-1 in 5 innings, and cruised to a 16-7 game 2 victory.
The Salem College softball team split a doubleheader with Agnes Scott for the 2nd time this season in Great South regular season action. The Spirits cruised to a 5-0 win in game 1, and they dropped a 9-5 decision in game 2. The Spirits remain in 3rd-place in the GSAC going into the final week of regular season play. The Spirits are now 5-5 in the GSAC and 8-18 overall, while Agnes Scott is 8-4 and 13-9.
The Salem College softball team dominated Covenant on the road in a two games of Great South action. Kristi Morton (Trussville, AL) and Lexi Perez (Mount Ulla, NC) were both red-hot from the plate. The Spirits improve their GSAC record to 4-4 and 7-17 overall, while Covenant falls to 1-7 and 2-22.