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GALLERY: Softball vs. St. John’s

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Senior Kelbi Fortenberry receives a high five after hitting a triple in the third inning.

In the last game of the Texas A&M Softball Tournament, the Aggies took on St. John’s.  After a close first half of the game, the Aggies pulled ahead and went on to win 5-1.

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  • The Aggies stand in lines during the National Anthem.

  • The Aggies run out onto the field as the starting lineups are announced.

  • Freshman Jourdyn Campbell slides into second base.

  • Senior Kelbi Fortenberry slides into third after hitting a triple.  She would eventually score later that inning.

  • Freshman shortstop Jourdyn Campbell stretches out for a catch.

  • Sophomore Makiny Herzog drops her bat after hitting the ball into the outfield.

  • Sophomore Meagan Smith keeps her eye on the ball as it crosses the plate.

  • Players lead a yell from the dugout.

  • Sophomore Taudrea Sinnie connects with a ball during the second inning.

  • Junior Ashlynn Walls had one hit and one RBI against St. John’s.

  • Senior Kelbi Fortenberry runs to first base after getting a hit.

  • Senior Kendall Potts got the win after pitching 4 innings.

  • Senior Kelbi Fortenberry had two hits and two RBIs in the win against St. John’s.

  • Senior Payton McBride gets hit by a pitch.

  • Sophomore Makiny Herzog got the save after pitching the last 3 innings.

  • Senior Kelbi Fortenberry looks as her hit goes into the outfield.

  • The Aggie softball team huddles up before the game.

  • The Aggies went on to win 5-1 against St. John’s in the final game of the Texas A&M invitational.

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