The LMU softball team gave its seniors a fitting farewell by sweeping a pair of games from Utah Valley, 5-3 and 2-1, Sunday at Smith Field.
Freshman Sydney Gouveia fanned a school record 22 batters and senior Danielle Smith knocked in the game-winning run as LMU topped Utah Valley 2-1 in 10 innings. The Wolverines won game two, 1-0.
Junior third baseman Meghan Harman was named to the 2013 Capital One Academic All-District 8 Softball Team, becoming the fifth LMU softball player to receive the honor.
The PCSC title is still up for grabs and among the deciding series this week is the Lions' match-up on Saturday and Sunday against Utah Valley. The two squads sit tied for second at 13-7, and two games back of BYU (15-5). Saturday's doubleheader begins at 10 a.m. while Sunday's regular season finale is scheduled for noon at Smith Field.
A middle-inning rally came up just short for the LMU softball team Wednesday as it dropped its final non-conference game of the season, 8-4, to crosstown rival and No. 15/17 ranked UCLA at the Bruins' Easton Stadium.