Sunday, March 10, 2019

KU softball suffers 2 losses on final day of Jayhawk Invitational


The Kansas softball team suffered two losses in as many games during the Jayhawk Invitational Sunday afternoon at Arrocha Ballpark.

Kansas dropped a 2-1 decision to SEMO in the first game before being handed a 5-4 defeat in eight innings against UMKC. The Jayhawks (5-17) lost three of their four games during the first home tournament of season.

In the first game, Madison Sykes recorded an RBI double in the sixth to give KU an 1-0 lead. SEMO then scored two runs in the seventh off Brynn Minor, who fell to 2-9 on the season. Lexy Mills (2-4) was handed the loss in the second game, allowing five runs (two earned) off two hits over eight frames.

Kansas will travel to Omaha at 4 p.m. Tuesday.


Chris Condren 1 year ago

The losses will continue to pile up as the team plays P5 teams.

Waylon Cook 1 year ago

The head scratcher of a hire keeps giving. McFalls should teach classes to students on how to interview. She has that down!

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