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Photo by Curtis Michalec, JOUR 359.

AMC at batt Oct. 4 at Penberthy Fields against Glizzy Gobblers in the men’s competitive softball league.


Bat and Boujee, an intramural coed recreational softball team, will play its final game of the regular season against A Bunch of Softies on Wednesday, Oct. 18.
The 3-0 team has scored 30 runs this season, most recently beating 1408 Mountain 10-8. The first game of the season was a 15-14 squeaker after Bat and Boujee managed a comeback.
“Our first game, we didn’t have enough players to start, and we came back from a 10-run deficit, so it’s looking pretty good,” kinesiology sophomore Ian Hancock said.
Finance sophomore and captain David Garner said every team makes the playoffs in this league, and the team feels good about its chances after its past performances.
“Last year we made it to the championship, and we only lost three key players, so [there are] a lot of familiar faces here, and we think we can make a deep playoff run,” Garner said. ”We mesh well, and we are here to have fun and happen to be really good, too.”
The players all knew each other before they joined the team, Garner said.
“We all go to church together, and the guy who normally runs the team graduated last year and there was no captain, so I took it this year,” Garner said. “This has been going for five years, probably more.”
In its latest game, Bat and Boujee needed to add another player right before the game, adding communication sophomore Abigail Murff. She is the sister of general engineering freshman Jackson Murff, who was already on the roster.
“Normally it’s tough getting nine players,” Jackson Murff said. “We had to pick someone up right before the game, and it’s actually my sister.”
The team has a mix of experienced players and players who have never played baseball or softball before.
“I played because I thought it would be fun and it’s with my friends,” mathematics sophomore Julianna Dublin said. “It’s really fun to play, for never playing before I think I’m doing pretty OK.”
The game will be at 10:45 p.m. at Field 3 of the Penberthy Rec Sports Complex. Admission is free.
Kelii Horvath is an applied mathematics junior and contributed this piece from the course JOUR 359, Reporting Sports to The Battalion.

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