On April 16, Cap Softball had a couple of curveballs thrown at them, which staged a brilliant way to display the greatness of a DIII student-athlete. Top Moment #4 stars Chevy Hayslett, and she was a star that day!
Further proving Capital University student-athletes emphasize the student portion of the phrase, 28 Crusaders earned a spot on the Ohio Athletic Conference’s academic all-conference list for its spring sports.
Cap not only battled the Fightin' Quakers but class schedules, but resilience and the standout play of senior Chevy Hayslett helped the Crusaders sweep the Fightin' Quakers on Tuesday by scores of 3-2 and 4-3 (F/8).
Cap used late-inning theatrics in game one, plus one big offensive inning in game two to complete the sweep over Kenyon College. The Crusaders defeated the Ladies by scored of 3-2 and 5-2 on Wednesday.
Capital University Softball suffered two losses at the hands of Thomas More College (Ky.) on Tuesday afternoon. The Crusaders lost to the Saints by scores of 12-0 and 11-0, with both games ending after five innings of play.