Just after having its school-record nine-game win streak snapped by Illinois last Sunday, the Wisconsin softball team (11-4 Big Ten, 27-13 overall) has already started another notable streak after sweeping Penn State to push its winning streak to four.
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The Badgers will need another solid weekend from sophomore pitcher Cassandra Darrah to stop the surging Nittany Lions. Darrah took the loss in both of last year’s starts against Penn State.
Producing runs has not been a problem this year for the Wisconsin softball team (8-4 Big Ten, 24-13). Last weekend, in a 10-7 shootout win over the Fighting Illini of Illinois, the Badgers were able to generate offense on the back of a school-record six homeruns.
Wisconsin’s success this year can be attributed to many things including the bat of sophomore right fielder Mary Massei.
Cassandra Darrah has been Wisconsin’s work horse on the mound this season, starting 20 games and boasting a 2.46 ERA.
Stickers are a big deal for the Wisconsin softball team (6-3 Big Ten, 22-12 overall), as the coaching staff will often give out stickers to players for great individual and team performances.
Junior catcher Maggie Strange capped Wisconsin’s extra-inning rally with a single to center. Two runs would score on the play.
The Wisconsin softball squad (6-3 Big Ten, 22-12 overall) has built a reputation over the past year as being a comeback team. There’s no question that the Badgers reinforced this fact Tuesday night against Western Illinois (13-12 Summit League, 22-18 overall).
After a successful spring break the Wisconsin softball team (6-3 Big Ten, 20-12 overall) closes out a five-game home stand at Goodman Diamond with a doubleheader against the Western Illinois Fighting Leathernecks (12-3 Summit League, 22-16 overall).
In the past, most Wisconsin softball teams would have been unable to surmount a large lead in the closing innings of a game. However, this year’s Badgers (6-3 Big Ten, 20-12 overall) are carrying a different attitude and swagger under second year head coach Yvette Healy.
The Wisconsin softball team (2-1 Big Ten, 13-10 Overall) hosts Big Ten rival Northwestern (0-3, 12-17) in the team’s home opener at Goodman Diamond.
Sophomore pitcher Cassandra Darrah pitched three complete games against Iowa with a series record of 2-1.
Timely hitting and a couple of good breaks put the University of Wisconsin softball team (2-1 Big Ten, 13-10 overall) on the winning side of a 2-1 split in this weekend’s Big Ten opening series against Iowa (1-2, 11-17).
Senior All-Big Ten first baseman Karla Powell has struggled this season after being cleared to play following an injury.
The Wisconsin softball team (11-9) kicks off its Big Ten Conference competition against Iowa (10-15) in a Saturday-Sunday series in Iowa City.
Molly Spence’s big weekend at the plate led the Badgers to four wins at the Wolf Pack Softball Classic in Reno, Nev.
An impressive performance at the plate at the Wolf Pack Softball Classic in Reno, Nev. this past weekend earned Wisconsin softball junior designated player Molly Spence Big Ten Player of the Week honors Monday.
The Wisconsin softball team will soon return to the field at Goodman Diamond. Before the Badgers do so, there is some business to attend to in the warmth of the south.
The old saying goes something like "it must be spring, pitchers and catchers are reporting." However, for the Wisconsin softball team (2-2), spring, and its season, has already begun.
Darrah: Cassandrah Darrah (left) will be tasked with shutting down Illinois? potent offensive from the mound in what is expected to be a slugfest.