The Texas State softball team fell to 0–9 in extra-inning games over the weekend when they dropped two of three against first place New Mexico State University.
The team came into the series against the Aggies tied for third in the conference. The Bobcats (12–33) are now tied for fifth in the WAC with Louisiana Tech University, posting a 7–8 conference record.
“It just comes down to executing when we need to,” said senior first baseman Haley Lemons. “They executed when they needed to with runners in scoring position, and we just have to do a better job. We have to do a better job of getting hits and do something more than what we’re doing with runners in scoring position.”