Oregon Tech Eliminated at NAIA Softball World Series

The Owls were eliminated by Georgia Gwinnett for the second year in a row.

Posted: May 25, 2019 11:35 PM
Updated: May 25, 2019 11:35 PM

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an end saturday night. the owls played georgia gwinnett close just like they did last year, but the result wound up being the same eliminated by the grizzlies for the second year in a row." brown says, "we battled. we had a great season all the way around. we just didn't have things go our way in the end." barkis says, "i'm just going to miss this team a lot. i felt all the energy in the beginning of this game and we wanted it but sometimes it just doesn't go your way." zeroes on the scoreboard for both teams until the sixth inning. georgia gwinnett struck for a run in its half, but oregon tech answered immediately. that's mckenna armantrout going the other way and olivia leathlane going around the catcher to the tie the game at one apiece. so to extra innings we go the owls in line and everyone into score. stewart says, "i mean as a coach sometimes you sit there and you go shoot, maybe i could've brought something in to say hey we want to try and jam this kid right here. hats off, the kid put a good swing on the ball as you just mentioned inches the chalk or inside the white line." gwinnett tacked on another run for a four spot in the inning and that too much for tech to overcome 5-to-1 the final score, not at all indicative of how close this game was. stewart says, "lots of different things come to mind and comments that i wish i could get it all in in a moment at the end of a game when it's a tough loss but they're going to go down as one of the best teams that has ever played at oregon tech." jake says, "it's the end of the oregon tech careers of seven seniorsa group that head coach greg stewart said is among his most talented ever. meanwhile, the rest of the action here at the naia world series continues on monday. in springfield, missouri, jake garcia, newswatch 12 sports." the s-o-u softball team
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