In a fierce battle, South Alabama softball falls to Texas State in extra innings, with Texas State advancing to the championship game on Katarina Zarate's walk-off home run in the eighth inning.

By the Numbers
  • South Alabama had five Top 25 wins and a RPI of 31.
  • Gabby Stager homered for the Jags, while Odalys Cordova had two RBIs with a double.
  • Jessica Mullins got the win in relief, striking out nine in 4.2 innings.
Yes, But

The game showcased the resilience and effort of both teams, highlighting a competitive clash between top conference and national contenders.

State of Play
  • South Alabama (32-18-1) awaits the NCAA Championship bid announcement on Selection Sunday.
  • Players like Stager and Cordova delivered impressive performances amidst the tough competition.
What's Next

South Alabama anticipates the NCAA Championship bid reveal on Sunday to determine their tournament fate.

Bottom Line

South Alabama's valiant effort against Texas State in the Sun Belt Conference Championship showcased their resilience and potential for a bid to the NCAA Championships.