Baylor softball fell 5-3 to No. 4 Florida in a decisive Game 3 of the NCAA Super Regional, with Florida advancing to the College World Series.

By the Numbers
  • Emily Hott hit her 11th home run of the season.
  • RyLee Crandall ended the season with a 17-9 record.
  • Baylor finished the season with a 36-23 record and secured its first NCAA Super Regional appearance since 2017.
State of Play
  • Baylor's resilience was highlighted by their fight and team spirit on the field.
  • The team appreciated the seniors' leadership and their journey to the brink of the College World Series.
  • Players emphasized the bond and support within the team, playing for each other and a greater purpose.
Bottom Line

Baylor softball's season ended with a valiant effort, showcasing resilience, teamwork, and a deep sense of camaraderie that propelled them to a competitive NCAA Super Regional appearance despite external doubts, leaving a lasting impact beyond the final result.