Texas softball is moving on to the super regionals for the fourth straight season after taking down Texas A&M 11-5 in the regional final.
Beating an in-state rival is always fun, but doing in on the big stage is that much sweeter.
Sunday’s victory over A&M was less of a nail bitter compared to the first matchup between the two in the regional. Texas broke out to a 4-0 lead in the first inning and would continue the offensive outburst all game.
Courtney Day was locked in at the plate, picking up five RBIs on two doubles. Her three-run double in the fifth gave the Longhorns a comfortable 10-2 late.
Sophomore pitcher Sohpia Simpson recorded the final outs against the Aggies yet again to seal the victory.
Texas is set to take on the winner of the Knoxville Regional next week with a trip to the Women’s College World Series on the line.
THE HORNS MOVE ON!!! 🤘
— NCAA Softball (@NCAASoftball) May 21, 2023