EPHRAIM—The Snow College Badgers had a tough homestand against rival USU-E. Snow started out slowly losing game one on Friday 0-10 but were more competitive in the second game losing 4-5. Saturday saw the Badger bats heat up as they scored 19 runs in a 19-10 win, but lost game two on Saturday 3-14.
“We need to focus on how to face the opposition right in the moment,” said Head Coach Savannah Lindsay. “We can’t look ahead to the next game, the next day or the next weekend. We need to focus on the game at hand.”
Snow College still has two weekends of games at home. This weekend the Badgers host the College of Southern Nevada before travelling to Colorado Northwestern in Rangely, Colorado and then finishing at home hosting Salt Lake Community College.
“There’s no doubt we have some weaknesses, and we need to address those,” said Lindsay. “But we have two more weekends at home against two very good teams and a road trip that we can’t let down. We need to stay focused and pick up some wins to get momentum going into the post season Region XVIII Tournament.”
The Badgers host the Coyotes of the College of Southern Nevada this weekend. The Coyotes are currently in a tie for third place with USU-E. The last home games of the season will be against second place Salt Lake Community College. Home games are Friday at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. and Saturday at noon and 2 p.m.