Western Carolina softball split its doubleheader against Wofford, winning the first game 11-4 and losing the second game 4-3 in 10 innings at Hope Field in Spartanburg, S.C. The team totaled 25 hits in the twin bill, with standout performances from Maya McPherson, Jeralynn Wells, Savannah Baldwin, Mattie Mentel, and Lily Bell.

By the Numbers
  • Western Carolina won the first game against Wofford 11-4.
  • Maya McPherson had a career-high four hits in game two.
  • Jeralynn Wells hit a grand slam in game one, and Savannah Baldwin added a two-run homer in the same game.
  • Kayla Juett recorded five strikeouts in the 11-4 victory in game one.
  • Western Carolina's record stands at 13-22, with a 4-7 record in the Southern Conference.
Yes, But

Despite the strong offensive showing, Western Carolina couldn't secure a win in the second game, falling 4-3 in 10 innings to Wofford.

State of Play
  • Western Carolina split the doubleheader, showcasing both offensive firepower and resilience on the field.
  • The team will face Wofford again to conclude their three-game series on April 14th at Hope Field.
What's Next

Western Carolina looks to bounce back in the final game of the series against Wofford on April 14th, aiming to secure a series win after the split doubleheader.

Bottom Line

Western Carolina softball displayed a mix of dominance and determination, splitting the doubleheader with Wofford and setting the stage for an exciting series finale.