The Utes will host No. 2/3 Arizona State in a doubleheader Sunday at 11:30 a.m. MT.
April 20, 2013
Live Audio for the Arizona State Doubleheader
The middle game of the University of Utah softball team's series against No. 2/3 Arizona State at Utah Softball Stadium has been postponed due to inclement weather conditions. A doubleheader is scheduled for tomorrow at 11:30 a.m. MT.
The Utes came away with a 5-4 victory over the Sun Devils in last night's series opener to improve to 20-23-1 overall and 5-11 in Pac-12 play.
Game Coverage: As always, Gavin McCallister will have the play-by-play call at utahutes.com. so tune in if you can't make it out to Utah Softball Stadium tomorrow afternoon. Fans can also follow tomorrow afternoon's game via live stats provided by Gametracker at the link below:
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Make Yourself at Home: The Utes have won three consecutive and four of their last five games against Pac-12 foes in their new home, Utah Softball Stadium. Utah has gone 4-3 in its first seven Pac-12 home games.
Sweet is hitting .576 within the friendly confines of USS after going 19-of-33 with three doubles, two home runs, and two triples for a .970 slugging percentage and 12 RBI.
Sophomore left fielder Kate Dickman (Mission Viejo, Calif.) is hitting .440 at the plate during home games with 11 hits in 25 official at-bats, including four triples, two home runs and a double for 10 RBI. She is also currently on a team-high 11-game hit streak.
Freshman pitcher Kayce Nieto (Farmington Hills, Mich.) is 3-0 at home with a 2.82 ERA with two complete games.
Hitmakers : Utah has registered more hits than its opponents in 16 contests this season. The Utes sport a 13-3 record when coming up with more hits than their foes, including a 3-1 mark in that situation during league play.
Sweet Gets Aboard Safely: Sweet had her team-high 15-game streak snapped Apr. 13 at Oregon State, but drew a walk to keep her team-high reached base streak intact, which currently stands at 20.