Bangor - Today the Husson softball team beginning their journey to a fourth straight North Atlantic Conference title and looking for their fourth straight NCAA tournament berth. The wind blowing straight in, adding a bit more to the fastball for Becca McCarty. She struck out two and allowed just two hits in three innings. Husson DH Chelsea Brennan getting the offense going as she rips one into center. That brought in Brianna Webster. Husson scoring eight runs in the 2nd inning and the Eagles win this one, 10-2.
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