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February 8, 2020

Fort Worth, TX- Southwestern Assemblies of God University (SAGU) Softball opened its 2020 campaign in at the Cowtown Classic. The Lady Lions (2-3,0-0) had a mixed bag of results against some solid competition. SAGU defeated Bethany (Kan.) 3-2 and Friends (Kan.) 4-2. They fell to Tabor (Kan.) 3-2, Kansas Wesleyan 10-6, and Bethel (Kan.) 8-0. 

Autumn Graham went 2-0 for the Lady Lions at the Cowtown Classic.

Top Performers

  • Cheyenne Fults (SR/Waxahachie, TX) was locked in at the plate as she hit .600 (9-15) for the tournament.
  • Autumn Graham (JR/Flower Mound, TX) put together a couple of solid outings on the mound going 2-0 while giving up just four runs.
  • The Lady Lions hit .256 as a squad during the five games.
  • SAGU limited its mistakes as they committed just 3 errors for the weekend.

What’s Next

SAGU (2-3, 0-0) will play a four-game series, which will consist of two doubleheaders. The first game will begin on February 14th and be followed by another game at 4:00 pm. The February 15th contests will start at 12:00 pm and 2:00 pm.  

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