Utah State softball concluded the 2017 season with a 33-18 overall record, while going 14-9 in Mountain West play to finish tied for third in league standings. The Aggies continued their trend of improving their season win total, while making their first postseason appearance in 24 years.
Fighting off bad weather and struggling to find its offensive power, Utah State softball ended its season Wednesday, after being eliminated from the National Invitational Softball Championship in losses to Weber State and Boise State.
Three Utah State softball players have earned all-Mountain West accolades, announced by the league Wednesday, as freshman pitcher Kellie White earned first-team honors, and senior second baseman Victoria Saucedo and freshman outfielder Riley Plogger were named to the second team.
Utah State softball put an emphatic end on its five-game losing streak Tuesday, as it opened the National Invitational Softball Championship (NISC) with an 8-0 five-inning win over San Diego in a game played at Weber State.
Making its first postseason appearance since 1993, Utah State softball has accepted an invitation to play in the inaugural National Invitational Softball Championships (NISC). The Aggies will open the tournament in regional play against San Diego (22-22) on Tuesday, May 16.