The WKU softball team (36-14) closed out the program's best season in school history on Sunday, falling in the final two games of the NCAA Athens Regional to host and No. 14 seed Georgia.
In what ended as the longest game in school history, WKU softball grinded out a 14-inning, comeback, walk-off 2-1 win over host and No. 14 national seed Georgia on Saturday at Jack Turner Stadium in Athens, Ga., posting one of the biggest wins in the program's 16 years.
The WKU softball team (35-12) takes a 1-0 record into day two of the NCAA Athens Regional after defeating North Carolina (36-15) 2-1 on Friday at Jack Turner Stadium.
WKU softball's Larissa Franklin and Miranda Kramer were each named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Mideast Region First-Team on Thursday, as voted on by region coaches.
Making the program's second appearance in NCAA postseason action, the WKU softball team (34-12) opens the Athens Regional on Friday at 1:30 p.m. CT against North Carolina (36-14) at Jack Turner Softball Stadium.