NMSU softball Travels to California for Mary Nutter Classic

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The NM State softball team is set to face BYU on Thursday at 2:00 p.m. (MT) in its opening game of the Mary Nutter Classic at the Big League Dreams Sports Park. In addition to BYU, the Aggies will face Boise State, Northwestern, Oregon State, Cal State Fullerton and Utah during the four-day tournament.

NM State is 9-2 on the season with their only two losses coming to No. 14/10 Oklahoma. The Aggies currently rank second in the nation in batting average with a .426 overall and racked up a 4-2 record last weekend in the Troy Cox Classic.

NM State holds a 1-4 record against BYU after falling 6-3 on Mar. 24, 2012. BYU is currently holds a 7-3 record after defeating Robert Morris 7-2 on Saturday.

The Aggies are 8-4 against Boise State after topping the Broncos 4-3 on Feb. 21, 2015. The Broncos are 0-11 this season after falling 5-4 to Oregon State on Sunday.

The team is 2-4 against Northwestern after a 5-2 loss on Feb. 4, 2005. The Wildcats are 5-4 overall after falling 3-2 to Boston College on Sunday.

NM State is 5-11 against Oregon State. The teams last played on Feb. 8, 2008 as the Aggies fell 6-3. The Beavers are 10-1 after a dominating 12-2 victory over San Jose State on Sunday.

The Aggies hold a 12-33 record against Cal State Fullerton after falling 4-0 on May 6, 2000. The Titans are 8-2 this season. They last defeated Santa Clara 10-0 on Sunday.

The Aggies have a 14-35 series record against Utah. The teams last faced each other on Friday, Mar. 2, 2007 when the Utes captured a 10-0 victory over NM State. Utah is 8-3 this season after defeating Hawai’I 9-0 on Sunday. 

To watch this weekend’s games live, click http://www.flosoftball.com/event/252837-mary-nutter-collegiate-classic-ii. Fans can watch all games with a FloPRO subscription for $19.99 per month.
 

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