Southpaws are often identified in many ways.
The 2021 softball season has come and gone for the Nittany Lions, and it was a season that could best be defined as a rebuilding year.
With a 7-34 record, it’s hard to imagine this is what Penn State had in mind for its first season with new head coach Clarisa Crowell.
Penn State softball looked to salvage a lost season in its final game of the year against Minnesota. Senior Logan Black took the circle on Penn State’s Senior Day.
After falling Friday night to a competitive conference rival, Penn State entered the weekend eager to turn the tables in its final series of 2021.
Penn State entered its final series of the season against Minnesota searching for a win to add to its program-worst regular season record.
Penn State’s series with the Michigan State Spartans was originally scheduled for April 16 through 18, but when positive coronavirus tests arose, the series was postponed. Nearly a month later, the two teams finally met in East Lansing.
After a hotly contested yet winless doubleheader against Indiana Friday night, Penn State entered Saturday’s affairs looking to flip the script.