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Softball: LWC to begin season ending homestand against Bethel

By Kyle Jackson

The Lindsey Wilson softball team is set to take on Bethel (TN) at Marilyn D. Sparks Park in a four-game series on Friday and Saturday. The first pitch on Friday is set for 2pmCT while Saturday's doubleheader begins at NoonCT.

Lindsey Wilson enters the game coming off a 3-1 series win against Cumberland University (TN). The Blue Raiders are 27-11 on the season and 18-8 in Mid-South Conference play.

Makea-Al Kaluau has guided the Blue Raider offense with a .455 batting average and a .510 on-base percentage. Seven Lindsey Wilson student-athletes are batting over .300 this season. Emily Boin has seen the most success in the center circle this season with a 2.25 ERA to go along with a 12-3 record across 106 innings pitched. She leads the team with 125 strikeouts.

Bethel enters the series with a 19-17 record with an 11-11 mark inside the MSC. The Wildcats have lost four of their last five competitions including a 3-1 MSC series loss over UT Southern (Tenn.).

The Blue Raiders sit in third place in the conference standings with the Wildcats in sixth place.

Live video and stats will be available for the series with first pitch on Friday slated for 2 p.m. CT.

This story was posted on 2022-04-14 21:50:12
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