Written By: NM State Athletic Dept.
LAS CRUCES, N.M. - Despite an offensive output that produced 20 hits and 20 runs New Mexico State suffered a pair of setbacks at Troy Cox Classic Saturday at the New Mexico State Softball Complex.
The Aggies dropped a 25-12 decision to Kansas and suffered a 10-8 defeat at the hands of Bradley.
In game one the Aggies didn’t have an answer for the Jayhawks’ potent offense. KU hit five home runs – including three grand slams to overpower NM State.
In the first inning the Jayhawks quickly loaded the bases for Maddie Stein who then proceeded to hit a grand slam over the left field fence. The next batter, Chanin Naudin, hit a solo homer run to left and the Jayhawks opened up a 5-0 lead.
Daniella Chavez hit KU’s second grand slam in the second inning and the Jayhawks led 10-1. However, in the bottom half of the second inning the Aggies pushed across five runs and cut KU’s lead to 10-6. Continue Reading This Post >>