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Wednesday Final: FAU 8, FIU 3

The Panthers got on the scoreboard first with a fourth inning two-run homer and added another run in the top of the fifth. Kamryn Jackson drove a two-out, two RBI double down the right field line to score Presley Leebrick and Jesiana Mora, pulling FAU within one run at 3-2.

Jaden Martinez drew the start for the Owls and gave way to Lambert after 4.1 innings of work. Lambert, who moved to 3-0 on the year, retired the first five Panther batters she faced, allowing the Owls offense to take over in the bottom of the sixth inning.

Katelynn de Leon drew a one-out walk and Trinity Schlotterbeck followed with a homer to right to give Florida Atlantic its first lead of the game at 4-3. But the Owls were not done. Leebrick drew a two out walk, followed by a Panther error that allowed Leebrick to score and brought the hot hitting Jackson back to the plate for her second two RBI double, this time to right center. FAU would not rest on the three-run lead by capitalizing on another FIU miscue allowing the Owls to score two, making it 8-3.

Lambert returned to the circle for a clean seventh, facing the minimum eight in her Wednesday outing.

The Owls (14-4) will hit the road, playing their next eight away including the program's first American Athletic Conference series at Wichita State.

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Friday Finals:

G1 FAU 8, South Dakota State 5

The Owls extended their seven-game winning streak after winning their first game in Arkansas. Florida Atlantic got to work early as they scored five runs in the first inning.

The first run on the board for Florida Atlantic came on a bases loaded walk for outfielder Kamryn Jackson to get the game started. The Jackbirds got a total of five runs on the board in the third and fourth inning. The Owls answered back with two more runs in the top of the fifth inning.

Pitcher Trinity Schlotterbeck recorded her sixth win of the season to improve her overall record to 6-2. Junior Ainsley Lambert registered her second save of the season and fifth of her career as an Owl.

G2 FAU 2, Arkansas 6

Gabby Sacco started in the circle for the Owls as they faced the Razorbacks for the second time this season. Lambert made her second appearance of the day as she went in relief for Sacco.

Senior Cammeo Presutti hit an RBI single down the left line to put Florida Atlantic on the board and cut the lead for Arkansas. The Razorbacks scored two more runs, but that didn't stop the Owls to find a way to answer back. In the top of the fifth, Kiley Channell recorded an RBI off a single to right field that brought in Presutti.

The Owls (15-5) will take on Southeast Missouri on Saturday afternoon for the first time in 16 years.

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Saturday Final: FAU 8, SEMO 3

Trinity Schlotterbeck picked up another win in the Wooo Pig Classic this afternoon with an 8-3 win over SEMO. Schlotterbeck improved her overall record to 7-2 on the season.

The Owls are now 2-1 in the Fayetteville, Ark. in two days. Florida Atlantic answered back and scored three runs in the fourth inning to take the lead. Schlotterbeck pitched six innings, Junior Ainsley Lambert went into relief and registered her third save this season. Florida Atlantic softball improves its record to 16-5.

Florida Atlantic will play South Dakota State for the second time in the tournament. First pitch at 11 a.m. EST.

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Sunday Final: FAU 7, South Dakota State 2

The Florida Atlantic softball team concluded the Wooo Pig Classic with a 7-2 win over South Dakota State on Sunday afternoon.

For the Owls, they wrap up the tournament with a 3-1 record, two of the victories coming over the Jackrabbits, and move to 17-5 on the season.

Pitcher Gabby Sacco put forth a solid outing, going four innings without allowing a hit before being relieved in the two-run fifth inning.

The Owls found their runs in bunches, first in the bottom of the second inning. A Zoey Jones groundout with two on base was still able to score Jesiana Mora and advance Trinity Schlotterbeck to third. The designated player Schlotterbeck would score one batter later off a single by Katelynn De Leon to give Florida Atlantic a 2-0 lead.

With two outs in the bottom of the third, outfielder Kamryn Jackson turned a single into a score thanks to a steal, eventually advancing home from a single by Mora to build a 3-0 advantage.

Batters facing off against Sacco went three up, three down from the second to fourth innings before mounting a two-run comeback in the top of the fifth. But the Owls quickly responded with a three-run bottom half of the inning, with Mora again bringing home Jackson and Schlotterbeck recording 2 RBI on a single to right field.

Ainsley Lambert allowed zero runs pitching two innings in relief of Sacco. FAU would add one more run with an RBI double by Presley Leebrick to seal the 7-2 victory.

The Owls (17-5) remain in the state for a true road game against Central Arkansas on Tuesday, Mar. 5. They begin their first American Athletic Conference series in the upcoming weekend, facing Wichita State on the road from Friday, Mar. 8 - Sunday, Mar. 10. All AAC games are broadcasted on ESPN+.

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If they would have beaten Arkansas yesterday would be receiving votes this week.
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The American Athletic Conference has announced the winners of the league’s weekly softball awards for the week ending Sunday, March 3.

Player of the Week

Arianna Rodi, So., UTL, Charlotte

Rodi finished with a hit and RBI in every game for the 49ers this week.  Her biggest hit came in a three-run walk-off home run to lift Charlotte past No. 14 Kentucky.  The win marked Charlotte’s second win over a ranked opponent this season.

Pitcher of the Week

Iliana Saucedo, Fr., P, UTSA

In three appearances, Saucedo held a 0.54 ERA.  She earned wins against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and Grambling State, striking out 18 batters, while walking just five in 13.0 innings of work.

Weekly Honor Roll
Hannah Dorsett, Fr., 2B, UAB

Dorsett had a hit in four of five games played, knocking in five runs while batting .500 at the plate.

Emma Jackson, So., OF, East Carolina

Jackson finished with seven RBI, while earning a hit in five of the six games played for East Carolina. She scored an additional five runs.

Kamryn Jackson, Gr., OF, Florida Atlantic

Jackson hit .500 on the week, scoring seven times and knocking in an additional seven runs.


Abby Jones, Sr., 2B, Tulsa

Jones had multiple hits in three of the five games played, scoring seven times and knocking in six runs.

Krystin Nelson, Jr., INF, Wichita State

Nelson held a .600 batting average, finishing with a hit in every game for the Shockers.
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Tuesday Final: FAU 13, Central Arkansas 1

The Florida Atlantic softball team concluded its trip to Arkansas with a 13-1 victory against Central Arkansas on Tuesday afternoon.

The Owls went 4-1 in Arkansas after the going 3-1 in the Wooo Pig Classic and taking on UCA this afternoon.

Pitcher Trinity Schlotterbeck started in the circle for Florida Atlantic and picked up her eighth win of the season. Schlotterbeck went four innings with four strikeouts.

The Owls got the bats going early in the game as they scored at least a run in every inning. In the first inning, Kiley Channell hit an RBI single up the middle to get Florida Atlantic on the board.

In the second inning, four more runs were on the board for the Owls thanks to another hit by Channell, this time a two RBI double to right center, to extend the lead 4-0. At the second bases loaded walk in the inning, Jesiana Mora registered an RBI to make the game 5-0. To get the third inning started, catcher Megan Moll hit her first double of the season to left center. Second baseman Cameryn Orland singled up the middle to bring in Moll and extend the lead to 6-0. With a sacrifice fly from Kamryn Jackson, Orland was able to score the seventh run. With two outs, Mora hit a two RBI single up the middle and increased the lead to 9-0. Graduate Cally Kildow, pinch hiting in the fourth inning, recorded an RBI single to score Maddie Mayo. With Moll up to the plate with two outs, she hit her first home run as an Owl, a three-run bomb to left center to make the game 13-1.

Schlotterbeck faced 18 batters on the day and recorded four strikeouts. Sophomore Kelsey Endress allowed no runs pitching one inning to close out the game in relief for Schlotterbeck.

The Owls (18-5) will remain on the road as they travel to Wichita State for the first American Athletic Conference matchup on Friday, Mar. 8.

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Saturday Finals:

G1 FAU 8, Wichita State 7

The Owls scored in the top of the first, courtesy of a two-out double by Kiley Channell followed by a Kamryn Jackson single. Gabby Sacco drew the start in the circle for Florida Atlantic and held host Wichita State scoreless while FAU used two walks, a hit batter, a Shocker error, and two hits, including a double by Megan Moll, for a four-run third and the 5-0 lead.

Wichita State would score six in the bottom half of the third to take their first lead of the game, but it would be short lived. Presley Leebrick led off the top of the fourth with a walk and was driven in two batters later by a Jackson homer, her fifth of the season. Wichita State used the bottom of the fifth to even the score, via a solo home run, at 7-7.

Moll led off the top of the seventh with a walk. She stole second and moved to third on throwing error by the WSU catcher. The Owls elected to use pinch hitter Becca Jones, who drove an RBI single to right plating the go ahead run.

Ainsley Lambert returned to the circle to close out the game for an Owls' victory in their first American Athletic Conference contest. Lambert moved to 4-0 on the year.

G2 FAU 4, Wichita State 6

Trinity Schlotterbeck started the game for the Owls going 3.1 innings and allowing four runs on four hits, that included a double and a homer. She was relieved in the fourth inning by Ainsley Lambert, who worked through a jam and gave the Owls time to mount a comeback but ultimately saw the hard-hitting Shockers score two in the bottom of the sixth. Lambert took the loss and moved to 4-1 on the season.

The meat of the order continued to pace FAU's offense with the trio of Presley Leebrick, Kiley Channell and Kamryn Jackson going 5-for-11 with two doubles, a homer, three RBI and three runs scored.

The Owls (19-6) will close out their 11-day road swing with a scheduled 1 p.m. EST start at Wichita State. Florida Atlantic is 5-2 during their first road test and will look to capture the AAC series with a series win.

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Owls up BIG over preseason number one Wichita State and about to take the series.

Looks like FAU softball is back.
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I was surprised they reversed the run from yesterday.  I need to start going to those games.
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