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The Mavericks will face Texas State University in their last regular-season series as part of the Sun Belt Conference 6 p.m. Friday at Allan Saxe Field.
The Mavericks have won nine of their last 10 games against Appalachian State and will compete in the Sun Belt Conference tournament May 10.
The team lost two of the three games, and Sunday’s game marked the third time the Mavericks finished a game with no hits.
The Mavericks must to start the game strong with early runs, find a rhythm in the circle and keep an eye on Troy University’s best players to win their three-game series starting Friday.
The game against Baylor went into extra innings, and the loss ends a streak dating back to March 16 against Oklahoma State University.
Graduate third baseman KJ Murphy smashed three home runs, and sophomore second baseman Jessica Carreon cracked her first homerun of the season as the softball team defeated Georgia Southern University.
The teams will face off beginning at 3 p.m. Friday, and the Mavericks should focus on consistency and control to win.
Meagan Smith talks about her time at UTA and what impact she has made as a Maverick.
Following the losses, the Mavericks have fallen under .500 in Sun Belt Conference play and are now tied for sixth in the conference.
The Mavericks can clinch victory in the series if they exploit Georgia State University's offensive flaws and maintain their own defensive momentum.
Solid pitching and hitting throughout the series gave the Mavericks’ offense what it needed to win. The team looks to continue the momentum against No. 15 University of Texas at Austin on Wednesday.
The Mavericks remained tied with the Warhawks deep into the game until graduate catcher Morgan Rios hit a walk-off home run in the bottom of the 10th inning.
Good defense and consistent hitting will help the Mavericks win in their three-game series Friday against the University of Louisiana at Monroe.
The Mavericks scored just one run over three games in the series sweep. UTA’s next game will be 1 p.m. on Wednesday at Allan Saxe Field against Sam Houston State University.
UTA has won five straight games, the longest current streak in the conference, and looks to continue that momentum against University of Louisiana at Lafayette this weekend.
While UTA's basketball teams compete in national tournaments, their outdoor sports teams secure victories in games and matches over spring break.
This marked the team’s first victory against a seeded opponent at home since April 3, 2019, and they will look to extend their win streak Friday against Coastal Carolina University.
UTA will face the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio for their last three-game nonconference series Friday.
The softball team will return to Allan Saxe Field on March 11 to play against University of South Alabama.
The team fell to 6-8 on the season in their first game since Feb. 26. UTA will play next at 6 p.m. on Tuesday against the University of South Alabama in their Sun Belt Conference opener.
Sunday's game against McNeese State University was canceled due to non-COVID-19 related illness. The team’s next game will be against the University of North Texas on Wednesday at 6 p.m.
Head coach Peejay Brun said this was the best home opener since she’s been at UTA. The Mavericks will play in the Evangeline Bank and Trust II on Friday.
The softball team lost all of their four games over the weekend, the lowest output to start a season in 14 years.
The Mavericks will need consistent offense, quality pitching and home run production to win in the upcoming five-game Aggie Classic.
The Lady Mavericks enter the softball season with the most powerful lineup coach Peejay Brun has seen in five years. Team players discuss growth on and off the field.
The third baseman hit .405 on the season last year, including .478 in conference play, best in conference play. Entering her final season at UTA, Murphy expresses the experiences and lessons she's learned.
After graduating from UTA in 2020, Wyllie now handles most of UTA Athletics’ social media accounts as the sports information director for softball and women’s golf.
The junior college transfer officially became a Maverick in July. Niedenthal finished her freshman season at Lamar State College with a .427 batting average and 14 home runs.
UTA baseball and softball concluded their seasons, and two members of the track and field team will appear in the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
The Mavericks honored eight seniors in their final home game and will start their three-game season finale against Texas State on Thursday at Bobcat Softball Stadium in San Marcos, Texas.
The Mavericks can complete the three-game sweep with a win Sunday over the Mountaineers.
The Mavericks offense sometimes struggles to bring runners home, which could spell disaster with two high-ranking pitchers among the Mountaineers.
Student team managers are responsible for organizing uniforms, doing laundry and handling the team’s equipment before games.
The team will be back home for a three-game series against Appalachian State at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Allan Saxe Field.
The team will face a former Mavericks pitcher when they play Oklahoma State University on Wednesday before facing conference rival Coastal Carolina University on Saturday.
The Mavericks will continue their road slate when they face Oklahoma State University at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Cowgirl Stadium.