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Softball struggles softened by powerhouse performance

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The women’s softball team took to the diamond once again for a four game series Feb. 27 and 28 against the Toros of CSU Dominguez Hills. Overall, the Warriors did not fair too well against the Toros who won the final three games of the series behind a combined team batting average of .340 and three consecutive complete games from pitchers Alyssa Valinches and Jaime Duran.
While Dominguez Hills took home more victories, the Warriors did not make it easy for them right out of the gate. During game one of the series the Warriors managed to score ten unanswered runs, nine of which came in the fourth inning which included two homeruns.
However; it was Warrior pitcher Jessica Varady (senior, Communication Studies) who stole the spotlight. Varady pitched well during game one of the four game series allowing only two runs through five innings of play. However, it was a home run to left field that put the final nail in the coffin effectively ending Friday’s first matchup.
The Warriors will next face both Academy of Art, March 4 and Chico State March 6 and March 7.

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Softball struggles softened by powerhouse performance