Capital Softball took in two losses on Friday afternoon in its first action since its spring break trip. The Crusaders lost by scores of 8-0 (F/5) and 11-4 at Behrens Field, dropping their overall record to 2-8 on the season.
The Troutman and Wachtman families have been a part of the Cap Fam far longer than the term has actually existed. Elli (left) and Annika (right) Wachtman continue that legacy as the most recent family members to pass through Capital's gates.
In partnership with the Greater Columbus Sports Commission, Capital University has been selected to serve as the host site for a regional championship event for the fifth annual The Basketball Tournament (TBT) this July.
Nineteen first-half turnovers were a byproduct of Capital's stifling defense and allowed the Crusaders to jump out to an early lead. Behind Kailee King's five goals, CU rolled to its fourth straight victory to open the season.