The No. 25 Florida Atlantic softball team is returning home after a five-game road trip, ready for a three-game series starting on Thursday, Mar. 28. The team will face East Carolina, currently ranked No. 6 in the AAC standings, in a significant conference matchup.

The Big Picture

The No. 25 Owls are gearing up to maintain their strong position in the AAC standings against East Carolina, a crucial conference rival.

By the Numbers
  • Florida Atlantic softball team's record: 28-7 overall, 8-1 in AAC play
  • Leading the conference in stolen bases with 56
State of Play
  • Florida Atlantic is tied for first place with North Texas in the AAC
  • Sophomore Kiley Channell holds an impressive .519 batting average in conference play
  • Graduate Kamryn Jackson secures the top spot in conference play with 1.09 runs per game
  • Trinity Schlotterbeck, with 13 victories, ranks ninth nationally and leads the conference in wins
  • Mora is fourth in the conference in batting average
What's Next

The upcoming series against East Carolina will be crucial for Florida Atlantic as they aim to maintain their top position in the AAC standings and further solidify their presence in conference play.

Bottom Line

Florida Atlantic's softball team faces a critical conference matchup against East Carolina, with the team's performance in this series having significant implications for their standings and future games in the AAC.