Softball team extends losing streak after dropping game to Georgia State

Sports Reporter

The Texas State softball team stranded nine base runners Sunday in the 3-2 loss against the Georgia State Panthers.

Texas State dropped their third consecutive game against Georgia State, losing by an average of 5.3 runs per game. The Bobcats have yet to win a game on the road this season.

Courtney Harris, junior third baseman, and Kortney Koroll, junior defensive player, were stranded on first and third in the top of the seventh inning.

Kaitlyn Medlam, Georgia State pitcher, threw a complete game with five strikeouts, four walks and 2 earned runs allowed.

Rayn House, senior pitcher, threw six innings and allowed 12 hits and 3 earned runs. House is 18-15 in 33 starts this season. 

Kendall Wiley, sophomore first baseman, hit her fifth home run of the season. Wiley went 2-for-4, with a run batted in and five batters left on base. 

The Bobcats’ four-game losing streak is their second-longest of the season, and their fourth streak of at least three games.

Texas State is 21-24 overall and 4-8 in the Sun Belt Conference — 6.5 games behind first place Louisiana.

Texas State will play Western Kentucky at home in a three-game series next weekend.