Saturday, April 2, 2011

March 30, 2011 (Game 64): Softball vs. Boston University

What: Softball vs. Boston University

When: March 30, 2011, 4:00 PM

Where: Connecticut Softball Stadium

Result: Loss 1-0

So finally my room situation got resolved yesterday. But on Wednesday, I was on the phone with Front Desk and Maintenance from the time I got out of class until about 3:50. At that point, I decided to head over to watch the softball game.

The Terriers hit a home run in the top of the second, but would not score the rest of the game. However, we failed to score at all. I had Amy Vaughn in the "Run of the Game" contest only because her picture was on the box and I arrived too late to strategize. But nobody scored, so nobody won. Oh well.

This was somewhat exciting, close until the end, but unfortunately we lost. With yesterday's baseball game being rained out, I'll be at the doubleheader against St. John's starting today at noon. And then tonight is the Final Four against Kentucky! That should be exciting. Big sports day today for the Huskies. And then tomorrow the series against St. John's wraps up and the Women play their Final Four game. Monday and Tuesday will hopefully be the Championship games and also on Tuesday, baseball hosts UMass. Stay Tuned!


  1. [...] And of course, the only real “minor” sport during the Winter is Ice Hockey. The men’s team is quite popular (albeit bad) with the Blue Line, the hockey equivalent of Goal Patrol. My first experience with Hockey was on November 6, when we tied Canisius 1-1. I had always wanted to attend women’s hockey games as well, particularly after nearly making the NCAA last season, but didn’t get around to it until January 29, when we lost 4-1 to Boston University. On an interesting note, BU was the first opponent I saw in three different sports – men’s soccer, women’s ice hockey, and softball. [...]

  2. [...] he would be ridiculed, and maybe even fired if he did it often enough. And when I went to the softball game and Amy DeLuca batted, they said “Now batting, the third baseman, number 18, Amy [...]