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Offense shines despite losses

With four road losses in Austin, Texas during the weekend, the softball team dropped out of the top 25 for the second time this season, according to national polls released Tuesday.


The best defense is a good offense

The UNM softball team didn’t have an affinity for defense, nor did Colorado State. The Lobos smashed 17 hits — four long balls — en route to Saturday’s 13-7 win against CSU at Lobo Field. Head coach Erica Beach said she expected an offensive battle against the Rams. “That’s how they play the game,” she said.

The Setonian

Grand showdown by the Rio

The New Mexico State softball team won the battle, but UNM won the war. In the series finale of the Rio Grande Rivalry, the Aggies took a 6-0 decision from the Lobos on Tuesday at Lobo Field. But it was UNM who came out victorious.

The Setonian

Hurler nearly pitcher perfect

Can you smell what DeBroeck is cooking? Sophomore right-hand hurler Kaela DeBroeck was virtually unstoppable on the mound Sunday, allowing two hits and one run in seven innings of work.

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