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Softball Senior Sendoff

After a very up-and-down regular season, Western softball brought their regular season to a close this weekend with two series on the road against tough conference opponents. Western opened the weekend on Friday, traveling to take on the Ichabods of Washburn University. Washburn entered the series with a conference record of 21-3 and a comfortable lead atop the MIAA standings.... Read More

Griffons stay on hot streak in MIAA

In another strong home showing in conference play, Missouri Western softball went 3-1 over the weekend, sweeping Fort Hays State and splitting with Nebraska-Kearney. Western started off the weekend by taking on the Tigers of Fort Hays State University. In game one, after failing to move anyone across the first inning, Western proceeded to score in every inning as they... Read More

Softball Hopes to Turn Corner

It was another up-and-down weekend for Missouri Western softball, as they dropped three of four conference games this past weekend on the road. Western started off the weekend on Friday with a doubleheader in Warrensburg, Missouri, where they took on the conference rival Jennies of the University of Central Missouri. Game one was a hard-fought battle, with both teams riding... Read More

Softball Smashes Southern

It was another strong showing this weekend for Western softball, as they took both games at home against Missouri Southern State University by a combined score of 20-6.         Game one was all Western, as the home team seemingly had their way with the visiting Lions of Missouri Southern, scoring in every inning on their way to a very convincing... Read More

Softball throws out competetion

Western pitching helped the Griffons go 3-1 over their weekend homestand, including a split against Northwest yesterday, extending their conference record to 7-3. Western opened the weekend by taking on Northeastern State University in a doubleheader on Thursday. Both of the games were extremely close, with Western earning two hard-fought victories.  In game one, sophomore Kenzie Hilzer had another strong... Read More