The BYU softball team will travel north to play Utah State University Wednesday at 4 p.m. at Johnson Softball Field in Logan, Utah.
The Cougars head into Wednesday’s game with a 16–20 record as they move closer towards becoming a .500 team. The Cougars have an impressive 30–2 record against Utah State, however. Utah State had a rough start to the season with a 20-game losing streak but have been able to add some wins to their record since.
The Aggies are led by senior infielder Christine Thomsen, who hit .418 for Utah State last year and just earned the America First Credit Union USU Athlete of the Week award.
BYU third baseman Ashlee Robinson said the Cougars will come back stronger offensively this week after splitting wins with Utah Valley University last weekend.
“We didn’t hit our best, but we fought all weekend and came out with two wins that will help us with our standings in conference,” Robinson said.
The game will be available via live stats that can be accessed on the BYU softball website.