Monday, May 20, 2013

NSU Without Virgoe Because of Broken Foot

Northwestern State third baseman Brittany Virgoe missed this weekend's NCAA Softball Regional
Tournament in Baton Rogue because of a broken foot. Virgoe was a key player in the Southland Conference tournament championship title game more than a week ago.
"Losing Brittany this weekend is not a small loss," said head coach Donald Pickett. "Brittany has had a great season and has been a large factor in our success so far."
NSU doctors confirm that Virgoe suffered a fracture to her right foot after running awkwardly over first base in an attempt to beat out a grounder to second in the fourth inning. Even though she suffered the injury, the Anaheim, California native finished the game at third base.
During the game Virgoe started NSU's scoring with a homer over the left field fence at the top of the second inning, providing the Lady Demons with the kick start to come away victorious with their fourth conference tournament title.
Reference: Shreveport Times
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