Argos’ walk-off win wraps up home series with UAH

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omnipen drug contraindications with viagra Staff writer The University of West Florida softball team finished its three-game weekend series against the University of Alabama-Huntsville on a positive note, defeating the Chargers (23-7, 13-5 Gulf South Conference) 7-6 on a walk-off hit from Rachel Wright on Sunday at the UWF Softball Complex. Trailing 6-4 heading into the bottom of the seventh inning, the Argos (18-11, 9-7 Gulf South Conference) pushed across two runs to tie the game at 6 runs apiece. With one out and a runner on third, Wright lined a single into center field to bring home the winning run and salvage one win out of the weekend set.

enter “It was exciting,” Wright said. “[Their pitcher] had been throwing us inside all game and I just looked to stay inside the ball and shorten up on it.”  

levitra professional 40 mg Despite dropping the first two games of the series and seeing Rhiannon Sassman suffer a season-ending jaw injury on Saturday, the Argos were in good spirits after defeating the Gulf South Conference’s second-place team in dramatic fashion.

source site Sophomore Callan Taylor led the Argos offensively in the series, going 6-for-9 with two home runs and seven runs batted in.

order female viagra uk “This weekend I thought I was seeing the ball really big,” Taylor said. “Hopefully I can just keep it going and take my hands to the ball and have a fast swing.”

getting pregnant after taking accutane Though the Argos had lost three consecutive games heading into the series finale, their offensive production has gotten better throughout the season. In the last two games of the weekend set, the Argos sported a .350 batting average and scored 13 runs, a trend that could set the Argos up for another postseason run if it continues.

pfizer viagra 50 mg online “It’s good that we’ve been hitting well to back up our pitchers,” Taylor said. “They started the season strong and obviously all the conference teams are going to also have good bats so we just have to match their hits with our hits.” Though the Argos offense performed well on Sunday, the team will be without their starting shortstop for the rest of the season. Rhiannon Sassman had surgery Sunday morning for a fractured jaw suffered on Saturday when a pitch struck her in the face. According to several of her teammates, she will be out for the remainder of the season and will have her jaw wired shut for two months.

(Photo by Tyler Wood)

The Argos will be on the road this weekend to face Lee University in a GSC matchup, with a doubleheader on Saturday starting at 2 p.m. in Cleveland, Tennessee, and the series finale at 2 p.m. on Sunday.

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