Written By: NM State Athletic Dept.
LAS CRUCES, N.M. - It was an up and down day for the New Mexico State softball team at the 2015 Western Athletic Conference Tournament on Friday as the Aggies got run-ruled by Bakersfield, 10-2, in five innings before they themselves run-ruled Utah Valley, 18-3, in five innings to set up a rematch with the ‘Runners on Saturday for the WAC championship.
NM State (44-14) lost for the second time to Bakersfield (21-23) this season, ending a six-game current winning streak. The loss dropped the Aggies to the loser’s side of the bracket, but NM State rebounded quickly by pounding the Wolverines(18-41) by 15 runs to end their season, along the way tying the program record for wins with 44 and breaking the runs scored in a season record. The old record stood at 423 runs in 2011, the 2015 Aggies now have marked 429 runs. Continue Reading This Post >>