It was a wild week in College Softball, with many great games being played. We are going to start with Florida. They remained undefeated but still have yet to play a ranked opponent or even a team from a power five conference. That will change this weekend when they have to face undefeated UCLA. They will also face Oregon on their trip out west. It will be interesting to see how they do, playing against better competition. If their bats stay hot, they should be in good shape. Skylar Wallace and Elizabeth Hightower were named the SEC’s Co-Player & Co-Pitcher of the Week. Wallace hit .625 with a double, three triples, and two home runs. Hightower went 4-0 on the weekend, holding opposing batters to a .118 average.

Offensive Player of the Week: Skylar Wallace (Florida)
Pitcher of the Week: Elizabeth Hightower (Florida)

Florida State went 3-2 on the weekend but faced five ranked opponents dropping games to No. 2 UCLA and No. 12 Alabama while earning wins over No. 4 Arkansas, No. 15 Arizona, and No. 22 Louisiana. Kaley Mudge had a good weekend at the plate, batting .411 (7-17) with six RBI. Kathryn Sandercock worked hard all weekend, but one thing Nole’s fans got to see is the long-term potential of freshman Makenna Reid. FSU will get a lighter schedule next week as they host the Unconquered Invitational.

UCF played a demanding schedule this past weekend going just 2-3. They will look to bounce back with mid-week match-ups against Louisiana and Stetson. Savannah Adams collected nine hits at the TaxAct Clearwater Invitational with a .385 AVG and a .692 slugging percentage.

South Florida struggled, dropping four games at the TaxAct Clearwater Invitational. The bats were quiet as the Bulls scored just four runs in four games.

FGCU posted a 4-2 record hosting an event this past week. They had two wins over in-state rival FAU. Tayli Filla went 8-20 (.400) at the plate this weekend with two home runs and three doubles while knocking in 12.

UNF improved to 6-2 after going 4-1 this weekend. Junior Chloe Culp stayed red hot, earning conference player of the week honors after batting .533 (8-for-12) with two home runs and had three multi-RBI games this weekend.

Jacksonville went 2-2 and sit at 5-5 on the season. They will head to Mercer next weekend.

Bethune-Cookman went 0-4, dropping their record to 1-8 on the season. It was a rough weekend for the offense, outscored 21-2 in the four games.

Stetson had a good showing this weekend, improving to 7-4 after a 4-1 performance at the Hatter Classic. Kami Eppley had a strong weekend at the plate posting a .692 average with a homer and a triple.

FAU went 2-3 on the weekend. They now sit with a 5-5 record to start the season.

FAMU went 0-5 on the weekend, dropping them to 2-8 for the season.

FIU went 2-3 on the weekend and is sitting at 6-5 for the year. Sophomore Brooke McCann is off to a hot start with a .476 average to date.