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Softball vs Utah

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Photo by Photo by Jesse Everett

The dugout welcomes the players back from their warm ups.

Utah defeated Texas A&M University by a score of 8-7 at the second game of the Texas A&M Invitational at Texas A&M Softball Complex.

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  • Junior Samantha Show started at pitcher for the Aggies against Utah.

    Photo by Photo by Jesse Everett
  • Junior Riley Sartain makes an incredible diving catch to give Utah another out.

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  • Utah’s pitcher, Katie Donovan, pitched six strikeouts against Texas A&M.

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  • Texas A&M was held to 8 hits on the day against Utah.

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  • Junior Keeli Milligan was the first to score for A&M when she took advantage of a dropped ball in the outfield.

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  • Senior Kristen Cuyos controls a challenging grounder as Utah closes in on scoring a run.

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  • At the end of the third inning, the game was all tied up at 1-1.

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  • Senior Ashley Walters makes a great play as she gets an out off a misplaced bunt by a Utah player.

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  • Junior Samantha Show hit a two-run home run during the fourth inning to put Texas A&M on top.

    Photo by Photo by Jesse Everett
  • Senior Kristen Cuyos  followed up with a home run of her own to put the Aggies on top by a score of 4-1.

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  • Utah had 13 hits on the day, out-hitting Texas A&M by 6 hits.

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  • Junior Riley Sartain directs senior Ashley Walters to let the poorly placed bunt roll out of play in order to negate the hit.

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  • Utah defender, Abby Robertson, makes a play to first base from across the infield.

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  • Utah was able to capitalize on little mistakes and blunders by the Texas A&M infield and outfield.

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  • Junior Keeli Milligan scoops up a grounder in the outfield to make a play at second base.

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  • Freshman Kylie George slides into second a tad late as the Utah defender had already tagged her out.

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  • Head Coach Jo Evans has been apart of the Texas A&M softball program for 22 years.

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  • Utah answered A&M’s runs by scoring 4 runs in the next inning and taking the lead from Texas A&M.

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  • Senior Erica Russell fields a ball mid-stride and surveys the field.

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  • Senior Ashley Walters attempts to tag a scoring Utah runner.

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  • Utah scored 7 of their 8 runs in the final three innings of play.

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  • Coach Evans called her team together for a meeting as Utah pulled away.

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  • Senior Lexi Smith entered the game in the fifth inning and closed out the game for Texas A&M.

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  • Texas A&M scored three runs in the final inning to make the score 8-7 but were unable to score the equalizing run.

    Photo by Photo by Jesse Everett
  • Utah switched pitchers to Miranda Viramontes for the final out of the game.

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  • Texas A&M University will look to bounce back against Texas State on March 3 at 12:15 p.m. at the Aggie Softball Complex.

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