Softball notched a convincing win against Nebraska with a 9-1 victory, defeating the Huskers in five innings, ending the game with the run-ahead rule by maintaining an eight-run lead.
She takes a few practice swings as the pitcher throws her last warm-up pitch. She slowly walks up to the batter’s box and steps in. What she does next will set the tone for the rest of the game, so she blocks everything else out and focuses on one moment at a time, choosing carefully what p…
After a strong performance in the first game of the conference series, Creighton softball dropped a 1-2 decision against Georgetown in the first league play of the season.
The tough losses seem to be getting tougher as the Bluejays lose the series finale to Butler. The Creighton Bluejays had the hopes to take this third game and move up in the Big East standings as the conference tournament creeps closer every day. However, Butler had other plans.
After a dominating performance in game one of the doubleheader, SDSU bounced back and crushed Creighton 10-0. The Bluejays three-game win streak ended via the mercy rule. The mercy rule states if you're down eight runs after five innings, the game will be over.
Powered by a monster eightrun first inning, the Creighton Women’s Softball team defeated the Providence Friars 113 on March 23rd. The game was shortened due to the league’s mercy rule. The afternoon matchup between the Bluejays and the Friars was their BigEast home opener.
A series win over the second-place DePaul Blue Demons over the weekend kept the Creighton softball team in the mix for the Big East Tournament.
The Creighton softball team opened up its home series against Seton Hall on Saturday. Creighton won the first game 8-3 and dropped the second game 9-7.
While her high school classmates were embarking on their last semester of classes at Lincoln Southwest, Liz Dike was on the softball field, preparing to embark on her first season in what will be a storied Bluejay career.
The Creighton softball team fell in its Big East opening series as the Butler Bulldogs took two out of three games in Omaha, dropping the Jays to 14-6 (1-2 Big East) after a nine-game winning streak led the Jays to their best start since 2007 at 13-4.
Sophomore right fielder Allie Reinhart went 2 for 3, including a home run and two RBIs in game two of a the doubleheader to help the Creighton softball team avoid a two-game sweep against the Butler Bulldogs on Saturday afternoon.
Following a 9-1 showing at the Rebel Spring Games, the Bluejays host the Butler Bulldogs on Saturday and Sunday for the first home games of the 2015 season.