LADY TIGER SOFTBALL FALLS IN COLLEGE WORLD SERIES IN 2 CLOSE GAMES

LADY TIGER SOFTBALL FALLS IN COLLEGE WORLD SERIES IN 2 CLOSE GAMES

The Chattanooga State softball team saw their season close as they fell in back to back games in the NJCAA National Championship at the Canyons Complex in St George, Utah.  The Lady Tigers would fall in the first round to the 7th seed San Jacinto-North squad by a 5-4 final.  The 5-4 score would also be the final in the loser's bracket as they fell to Georgia Military by the same score.  That would end their season with 44-13 record.

Against San Jacinto, the Lady Tigers would see their opponents score with no outs in the bottom of the seventh to win the game.  Kaleigh Wynne would be the the only player with more than one hits as she had a single and home run in the game.  She would be the pitcher of record as she gave up 10 hits over six innings of work.  She would strike out three and walk only one batter in the contest.  Only three of the five runs scored were earned.

In the game versus Georgia Military, Chattanooga would be up 1-0 before their opponents would score five runs in the bottom of the sixth inning.  The Lady Tigers would mount a comeback, but would see it end with the tying run sixty feet away.  Wynne and Madison Kurtz would each bang out two hits in the game with Kurtz driving in two runs.  Wynne agains was the pitcher of record.  She surrenedered 10 hits with three strikeouts and one walk.  All of the runs were earned.