A year removed from its historic season, the softball team is aiming for new heights under head coach Peejay Brun and her coaching staff.
The softball team was projected to place fourth in the preseason Sun Belt Conference coaches’ poll Friday. Two players also garnered individual honors.
For the first time in program history, the softball team (27-26) earned back-to-back post season berths going into the National Invitational Softball Championship.
In a nail-biting three-game series against the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, the softball team (25-22, 13-10) put up a strong fight but ultimately fell in the series 1-2.
The UTA softball team (24-20, 12-8) secured a 2-1 series victory against Troy University (28-20, 12-10) in a modified triple-header on Sunday at Allan Saxe Field.
The UTA softball team (17-6, 7-4) broke out five runs in the fifth inning to complete a three-game sweep over Appalachian State University with a 7-3 victory Saturday at Allan Saxe Field.
In the start of a three-game series, the softball team (16-16, 6-4) swept its double header against Appalachian State University 2-0 on Friday at Allan Saxe Field.
Freshman pitcher Randi Phillips (7-4) tossed a no-hitter to lift the softball team (12-13, 2-3) to a series clinching victory against Georgia State University 4-0 on Sunday at Allan Saxe Field.
The softball team (10-12) snapped a five-game losing streak with a 9-0 six inning mercy-rule victory over University of the Incarnate Word on Wednesday at Allan Saxe Field.
A pair of walk-off victories spoiled the softball team's (9-11, 0-2) Sun Belt Conference-opening series against the University of South Alabama over the weekend at Jaguar Field in Mobile, Alabama.
Softball head coach Peejay Brun announced the addition of Charlotte Morgan, former professional softball player, to the coaching staff Tuesday afternoon.
Following its walk-off win against the University of South Alabama, the UTA softball team (32-26) fell to Texas State University 1-0 in the Sun Belt Championship semifinals Friday at the Troy Softball Complex.
After falling to the University of South Alabama Tuesday, the UTA softball team (32-25) defeated the Jaguars 2-1 in walk-off fashion Friday at the Troy Softball Complex to advance to the Sun Belt Championship semifinals.
While trailing 8-5 in the final frame, the UTA softball team (31-25) was guided by a three-run home run to secure the 9-8 win against Georgia State University on Thursday at Troy Softball Complex.