The Salem College softball team played their first Great South games ever today in Alabama. The team came up short 9-1 in both games. Kayla Kennedy (Goldsboro, NC) led the Spirits with 2 hits on the day. Salem drops to 0-2 in the GSAC and 4-12 overall, while Huntingdon improved to 2-1 and 10-7 overall.
The Salem College softball team split a home doubleheader with Guilford College today. Amber Bass (Clinton, NC) hit a walk-off home run in the second game to give Salem the 4-3 win. Guilford took the first game 11-2 in 5 innings. Salem improves to 4-10 after today's games, and Guilford is now 10-4.
The Salem College softball team lost two non-conference road games today at North Carolina Wesleyan. The Spirits lost 8-0 in the first game, and dropped the second game 10-1. Salem falls to 3-9 overall on the season.
The Salem College softball team went out to dinner with six physically and mentally challenged students this week during a dinner sponsored by the Special Olympics of Forsyth County.
The Salem College softball team split a doubleheader with the Wasps of Emory and Henry. The Spirits used a 7 run inning to propel the team to a 7-4 victory, before they dropped the second game 13-0. Abby Settles (Reidsville, NC) recorded 11 strikeouts in the win. Salem's record now stands at 3-7 overall this season.
The Salem College softball team lost their final 2 games at the Triangle Classic against St. Augustine and Meredith College today. The Spirits fell in a close 5-3 game to St. Augustine, and they lost to Meredith 13-0. Salem falls to 2-6, while St. Augustine improves to 2-11 and Meredith to 4-4.
The Salem College softball team lost their first two road games of the year today at the Triangle Classic hosted by William Peace University and Meredith College. Salem lost to Mary Baldwin College in the first game 6-3, and they lost to William Peace in their afternoon game 4-3. The Spirits season record falls to 2-4.
Winston-Salem, NC-The Salem College softball team used another late rally to split their home series with Averett University today. After losing 17-1 in the first game, Salem rallied from a 7-1 deficit to defeat the Cougars (10-9) in the second game. The Spirits improve to 2-2, and Averett is now 1-3 for the season.
The Salem College softball team began their NCAA era with an exciting come from behind victory against William Peace University in the second game of the double-header. Salem College President Susan Pauly started off the day by throwing out the first pitch to Amber Bass (Clinton, NC). After losing the first game 2-0 to the Pacers, Salem used a 12 run inning to erase a 12 run deficit on route to winning the second game 19-18. Salem's record currently stands at 1-1, and Peace holds a 3-3 record.
Tomorrow's softball home double header against Averett University has been postponed until Tuesday, February 21st. The games will be played at 3:00 and 5:00 at Blixt Field.