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Softball Finishes Tour of San Antonio

Crimson Wave Softball3/7/15 -
  The Crimson Wave softball team finished their tour of San Antonio, TX going  4-2 in the final two days of play.  The Crimson Wave will return from Texas 10-8 overall. 

The Crimson Wave won four straight games on Friday as they beat Southwestern University 7-3 and 9-1.  A few hours later the Crimson Wave swept Trinity University 12-1 and 7-4.

The Crimson Wave would hit four homeruns against Southwestern.  Sara Simchak would lead the way at the plate going 3-6.  Alyssa Sansone took the win in game one and Kali Weyer took the win in game two. 

Against Trinity University Tiffany Galindo would go 5-8 with four runs and teammate Sadie Conner went 4-6 with four runs scored.  Sansone would again take the win in game one with Weyer taking the game two win.

The Crimson Wave would fall in back to back games against Texas Lutheran University on Saturday 6-2 and 3-0.

The Crimson Wave will be back in action on March 12th when they host Bethel College at  3:00 pm.

Softball Splits with USF

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The Crimson Wave women’s softball team took on the University of St. Francis on Thursday afternoon for a double header.

The first game started out with Alyssa Sansone striking out Alex Wyss and Brooke Karraker. USF came back at the top of the second inning to take the 1-0 lead over CCSJ. St. Francis would score a second time in the 4th inning.

Courtney Spirek got CCSJ on the board after a double to center field to even the score at 2-2 in the fourth inning. Courtney Spirek would strike again in the sixth inning after a double that hit off the center field wall to drive in Kristen Ashby to put CCSJ in front 3-2. That ended up being the game winning hit for CCSJ as they closed out St. Francis. Alyssa Sansone pitched all seven innings and ended with eight strike outs.

In the second game, St. Francis took the early 1-0 at the top of the third inning. USF would hold the lead and defeat CCSJ 1-0.

The Crimson Wave will return to action on March 24th when they host Olivet Nazarene University at 3:00pm.

 

Spirek Named CCAC POW

Crimson Wave Softball3/2/15 -
Crimson Wave junior softball player Courtney Spirek has earned CCAC Softball Player of the Week honors for her performances. 

Spirek hit safely in 11 of the team's 12 games during the week to lead the Crimson Wave to a 7-5 mark.  Her .432 batting average came courtesy of 16 hits in 37 at bats.  She also registered a .703 slugging percentage with half of her hits going for extra bases (seven doubles, one home run).

A shortstop, Spirek produced five multi-hit games, three of which came in her final four contests to close out the week.  She also collected at least one run batted in in nine of the 12 games, including a four-RBI game against Trinity University on Friday.  

This is the first CCAC Player of the Week Honor for the 2015 campaign.