AUSTIN– Having played against the nation’s best on consecutive weekends, the UMHB softball team was well-prepared entering its ASC road series at Concordia (TX) on Friday and Saturday.
MARSHALL, Texas- In an unforgiving stretch of the conference schedule, facing Top 10 teams on consecutive weekends, the UMHB softball team showed few signs of fatigue.
Instead, the Crusaders went toe-to-toe with the nation’s seventh-ranked team, ETBU, on the road, and pulled out a shutout victory on Friday evening, finishing the weekend fourth in the ASC standings.
With six teams in action this past week, here’s a look back on how the Crusaders fared, including short write-ups on Acrobatics & Tumbling, men’s and women’s tennis, and beach volleyball.
BELTON, Texas-The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor softball team played host to No. 4 Belhaven University Friday evening in Belton. The Cru came into the series one game back of Belhaven in the standings.
BELTON- There are few things a team desires more than defeating the nation’s best. Especially when that team is unranked, as the UMHB softball team was entering Wednesday’s doubleheader against the No. 1-ranked Bulldogs of Texas Lutheran.
Each Monday, we take a look back on the way the week unfolded for several UMHB teams, as the spring sports get underway. So here is a quick look at how each team in action this week fared. Combined, the Cru was 9-7 on the week.