The UTEP softball team stopped the bleeding of a seven-game losing streak on Sunday afternoon, securing their first Conference USA win of the season in a high-scoring contest (16-13) over visiting UAB at Helen of Troy Softball Complex. The Miners (11-18, 1-5 C-USA) outslugged the Blazers (10-19-1, 3-2-1 C-USA) in an offensive onslaught. The bat came to life as UTEP amassed 14 hits, the second most registered this season.
The UTEP softball team lost both games of their Conference USA home opening series to UAB on Saturday at the Helen of Troy Softball Complex, sending the Miners losing skid to seven games. The Blazers (10-18-1, 3-1-1 C-USA) won game one in a rout, 11-0 . The visitors tallied 14 hits and Emily Kachel threw 4.0 innings with four strikeouts to earn the win for UAB. The Miners (10-18, 0-5 C-USA) got hits from Cortney Smith and Ariana Valles.
After a week filled with rumors of different names circling around for the coaching vacancy of the Miners, UTEP chose Fresno State head coach Rodney Terry to be its new head coach. An official announcement will likely follow soon by UTEP athletics. The head coaching job for the Miners has been open for almost four months since Tim Floyd announced his retirement after a 1-5 start.
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