The Jacksonville softball team fell to the Queens Royals 7-3 in the regular season finale, despite seniors Madison Reynolds and Kari Holzrichter having multi-hit days. The Dolphins had six players record a hit, but Queens' early lead was insurmountable on the final day of regular season play in the Atlantic Conference.

By the Numbers
  • Jacksonville Dolphins' record: 26-24 overall, 14-10 in ASUN
  • Queens Royals scored 3 runs in the first inning to take a 3-0 lead
  • Queens extended their lead with runs in the second and third innings, leading 5-0
  • Senior Christa Pritchard pitched 2 innings, allowing 5 earned runs, and striking out 1
  • Reese Wells pitched 4.2 innings, allowing 2 runs and striking out 2
Yes, But

Despite a strong effort from the seniors and loading the bases multiple times, the Dolphins were unable to capitalize on scoring opportunities, ultimately falling to Queens 7-3.

State of Play
  • Jacksonville Dolphins will enter the Atlantic Sun Conference Championship as the No. 6 seed
  • The team will face Queens University in the upcoming tournament on May 7
What's Next

Jacksonville Dolphins will compete against Queens University in the Atlantic Sun Conference Championship on May 7, with the first pitch scheduled for 3 pm.

Bottom Line

The Jacksonville softball team fell to Queens Royals in the regular season finale, facing a tough early deficit that they couldn't overcome despite notable performances, leading them to enter the conference championship as the 6th seed.