The Texas State softball team reached base 10 times in its 4-3 win against the South Alabama Jaguars Sunday, claiming their second victory of the three-game series.
Texas State has won back-to-back games for the first time since March 13.
South Alabama, at 30-6, leads the conference in overall winning percentage and is second in conference winning percentage.
The Bobcats are 21-20 overall and 4-5 in the Sun Belt conference, behind Louisiana-Lafayette, South Alabama and Western Kentucky.
Courtney Harris, junior third baseman, singled in the first, giving the Bobcats a 1-0 lead in the first inning. South Alabama reclaimed the lead in the fourth inning after a two-run home run from Taylor Rodgers, freshman second baseman.
Texas State scored three runs in the fifth inning on three hits. Harris, Kelli Baker, sophomore second baseman, and Jordan Masek, senior shortstop, scored in the inning. The Bobcats finished the game with four runs on six hits.
Rayn House, senior pitcher, finished with seven walks and three strikeouts in seven innings. House has pitched seven or more innings in eight of her 31 starts this season.
The Bobcats’ next opponent is the UTSA Roadrunners April 9.