Post-Season Awards

We would like to congratulate Katie Wilson for being voted Most Valuable Player and Kristi Hernandez for being voted Most Inspirational Player.


Priscilla Madrid Signs Letter of Intent

Priscilla Madrid has signed a letter of intent to play for the women's softball team.  Priscilla is from Redlands East Valley High School.  Welcome to the team Priscilla and we look forward to seeing you next year.


Heather Fitzpatrick Signs Letter of Intent

Heather Fitzpatrick has signed a letter of intent to play for the women's softball team. Welcome to the team Heather and we look forward to seeing you next year.


Lady Wolves Play Split Double Header against Vikings

The Lady Wolves played a tough double header against the Big Bend Community College Vikings. The first game started with no points on the board for either team for two innings. Then in the third the Vikings pulled away with five runs. For the rest of the game, neither team was able to score any points until the very last quarter when the Wolves put two on the board ending with a score of 5-2. 

The second game fared much better. In the second inning the Lady Wolves pulled ahead with a solid four point lead, adding two more points the next inning. They held the Vikings off until the 5th inning when they managed to score two runs. In the end the Vikings were able to make a small comeback, scoring two points in the 5th inning, one in the 6th, and two more in the final inning but it wasn't enough to catch up with the Wolves lead. The game ended with the Wolves winning 7-5.


Duck Hunting Season for the Wolves

This Sunday was duck hunting season at the Walla Walla University softball field. The Lady Wolves played a double header against the Oregon State Ducks that ended with two victories. In the first game, the Wolves pulled ahead with 3 points in the first inning and didn't look back. In the 3rd inning Karissa Barton hit a grand slam adding 4 more points to the board. By the fifth inning the Wolves were up by 8, ending the game early because of the 8 point mercy rule. 

The second game was more heated. The first four endings went by without a single run. Then in the fifth inning, the Wolves scored 3 points and added 2 more in the next inning. The Ducks grabbed a single run in the final inning of the game, leaving with a score of 5-1.

Read the Union Bulletin's coverage of the games here.


Split Double Header against Skagit Valley Cardinals

The Lady Wolves played a double header against Skagit Valley College. The first game was incredibly close with the Wolves falling behind during the first half of the game and making an incredible 8 run come back in the fifth inning, edging the Skagit Valley Cardinals out by a single point, finishing the game 12-11.

The second game did not fair as well for the Wolves who fell behind in the first half of the game and were not able to make up lost ground, finishing the game off 10-2. 

 

Read the Union Bulletin coverage of the game here.


Close game against Washington State University club

The Lady Wolves played a very close double header against the Washington State University club softball team. The Wolves pulled ahead in the second inning and the score was tied up in the third. Then the Wolves pulled ahead by 3 points during the 5th inning but WSU made a comeback in the sixth inning with 4 points, edging the Wolves out by a single point. 

The next game was close for the first half with the Wolves pulling ahead in the first and second inning. The score was tied in the third but neither team was able to score a run for the following two innings. But in the sixth WSU pulled ahead and the Wolves were unable to catch up. 


Lady Wolves Victorious

The Lady Wolves won both of their games against University of Idaho in this Sunday's double header. In the first game the Wolves pulled ahead with a 3 point lead in the first inning and maintained their lead through the rest of the game, ending with a score of 13-4. The second game played out similarly to the first, the girls gained a lead early on and kept up the pressure, finishing with a score of 15 to the University of Idaho's 4. Come out three weeks from this Sunday, March 31st to watch the Lady Wolves play Washington State University in their next home game. 


Slow Start for Lady Wolves

The Lady Wolves softball team lost their first round of games in Portland this weekend. They played Lewis & Clark College on Friday and then again on Sunday along with Lower Columbia Community College.


Veronica Rojas was honored tonight for all her hard work during her four years on the softball team.


Heather Carter Signs Letter of Intent

Walla Walla University Athletics is proud to announce Heather Carter's intention to play Women's Fastpitch Softball this next year for the Lady Wolves. Heather is from Mac-Hi and plays 2nd base.


Morgan Malacara Signs Letter of Intent

Walla Walla University Athletics is proud to announce Morgan Malacara's intention to play Women's Fastpitch Softball this next year for the Lady Wolves.

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Last update on May 23, 2013