The Florida Atlantic softball team will travel to North Carolina to face Charlotte in a conference matchup, with games scheduled for April 4, 5, and 6. The Owls are currently leading the American Athletic Conference standings and have a 30-8 overall record.

By the Numbers
  • Florida Atlantic softball team record: 30-8 overall, 10-2 in AAC play
  • Florida Atlantic leads the conference in stolen bases with 61
  • Kiley Channell leads the Owls in conference play with a .462 batting average
  • Trinity Schlotterbeck ranks No. 17 in the nation in victories and leads the conference with six home runs and 20 RBI in conference play
  • Kamryn Jackson leads the conference in hit-by-pitches with 12
Yes, But

The Owls will face a tough challenge against Charlotte, a familiar opponent with a history that goes back to 1998.

State of Play
  • Florida Atlantic is tied for first place in the conference with North Texas
  • The upcoming games will be crucial in determining conference standings
What's Next

The outcome of the games against Charlotte will shape the Owls' standing in the conference and impact their postseason prospects.

Bottom Line

Florida Atlantic softball faces a pivotal series against Charlotte that could influence their position in the conference, highlighting key players' standout performances and the team's strong record.