JSU Softball to Play Final Home Game this Weekend
By Al Muskewitz
Assistant Metro Editor
Anniston Star Sports Writer
ē LAST CHANCE: Barring some kind of miraculous turn of events, the JSU
softball team will play its final home games of the season this weekend against
That means itís your last chance to see the most prolific player in the
programís history at University Field.
Outfielder Danielle Pappano already is the schoolís all-time leader in home
runs (52), RBIs (188), hits (270), doubles (60) and runs (194). By the time she
completes her eligibility, sheíll be the all-time leader in six of the nine
offensive categories for which the Gamecocks keep records and among the top 10
in all of them.
Pappano and catcher Melissa Norton, the teamís other senior, will be
recognized prior to Sundayís 1 p.m. game.
The Gamecocks (25-17) enter the weekend third in the OVC standings, 4.5 games
behind league-leader Tennessee Tech with nine games to play. They are only a
half-game behind second-place Eastern Kentucky. The top two finishers draw
first-round byes in the OVC Tournament.
About Al Muskewitz
Al Muskewitz covers Jacksonville State University
sports teams for The Anniston Star.
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