BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Birmingham-Southern held its annual Athletic Awards Banquet, Tuesday evening in Bruno Great Hall, and named the 2014 Newcomers, Athletes, Teams, and Man and Woman of the Year, as well as the Johnny Johnson Most Inspirational Senior Student Athletes.
CONWAY, Ark.—Rallying back with five straight elimination game wins, the Birmingham-Southern softball team won the 2014 Southern Athletic Association championship tonight in Conway, Ark., with two late-night wins against Berry College.
CONWAY, Ark.—The Birmingham-Southern softball team went 2-1 Friday on the first day of the 2014 Southern Athletic Association Championship, hosted by Hendrix College in Conway, Ark. The second-seeded Panthers defeated seventh-seeded Sewanee, 15-1 in five innings, before falling to third-seeded Millsaps, 6-4 in 11 innings, but rebounded with a 7-3 win against fourth-seeded Rhodes this evening.
CONWAY, Ark.—Freshman Taylor Harkins was named Pitcher of the Year, and eight Panthers earned All-Conference honors Thursday evening at the Southern Athletic Association Softball Championship banquet, hosted by Hendrix College in Conway, Ark., on the eve of the 2014 SAA Championship.
ROME, Ga.—The race for the Southern Athletic Association regular season conference crown came down to the final day of the season as Birmingham-Southern and Berry faced off in a Sunday afternoon doubleheader, with Berry winning game two, 2-0, to clinch the regular season title. The squads split on the afternoon with the Panthers claiming a 4-3 game one victory.
ROME, Ga.—Ford Field was the stage Saturday afternoon for a conference faceoff with the regular season softball crown on the line. Separated by one game in the win column, the Birmingham-Southern Panthers and Berry Vikings split the opening doubleheader, with the Panthers taking game one 4-0 and the Vikings winning game two 2-1.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Playing at home for the last time this season, the Birmingham-Southern softball team split with in-state non-conference rival Huntingdon, losing 1-0 in the first game before winning 9-0, Wednesday afternoon at BSC Softball Park.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—In the final home conference series on the schedule, the Birmingham-Southern softball team split the final games of the series against Hendrix, winning 9-1 and losing 9-7, Sunday afternoon at BSC Softball Park after winning both games on Saturday.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Propelled by a pair of dominant pitching performances, including a no-hitter from freshman Taylor Harkins, and powered by an almost perfect day at the dish from sophomore Maddie Ridgway, the Birmingham-Southern softball team claimed the first two games of the Southern Athletic Association series against Hendrix, 3-1 and 6-0, Saturday afternoon at BSC Softball Park.
SEWANEE, Tenn.—A pair of five-inning victories sealed a weekend sweep of a conference series against Sewanee for the Birmingham-Southern softball team. The convincing wins, 20-2 and 14-0, at Tiger Field improved the Panthers' conference win total to a Southern Athletic Association-best 14 wins to only two losses. Overall, BSC is 17-13. Sewanee drops to 3-19 on the season and 0-14 in the SAA.
JACKSON, Miss.—A pair of wins over Millsaps College, 7-2 and 7-4, Monday afternoon at Millsaps Softball Complex in Jackson, Miss., propelled Birmingham-Southern to its second-straight conference series win to open the Southern Athletic Association schedule.
JACKSON, Miss.—After winning 11-3 in five innings in game one, the Birmingham-Southern softball team dropped a close game two, 5-4, Saturday afternoon to open the Southern Athletic Association series against Millsaps in Jackson, Miss.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—The Birmingham-Southern softball team split at home today with Rhodes to win the Southern Athletic Association series against the Lynx, three games to one. BSC won the first game today 5-2, but lost the nightcap 8-7 after Rhodes scored three in the top of the seventh inning.