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Photo by Tyler Lamb / Sports Editor After losing four straight games, the Blue Raiders are struggling to find consistency early in the Conference USA schedule. Three series into the conference schedule, the pitching has done everything they can to keep MT in games but the offense hasn’t been there as often. The Raiders will need leaders and role players alike, as they prepare to take …

Photo by Brent Beerends / MT Athletics The MTSU Blue Raiders softball team is off to their best start since the 1999 season. At 4-1, the Blue Raiders  took care of business this opening weekend in Statesboro, Georgia. After winning two of their first three games, MTSU came out swinging on Sunday and handily defeated their …

The Lady Raiders traveled to Montgomery, Alabama to battle in the Black & Gold Tournament. They had a successful weekend road trip against Nicholls State, UMBC, and Alabama State. The Blue Raiders left the tournament with a 4-game win streak to close out the weekend. Nicholls State (2.19.16) The Blue Raiders fell behind early in …

Middle Tennessee softball decimated Columbia State 14-0 Friday night in the Blue Raiders most recent away game. Morgan Harris scored in the bottom half of the second. Later in the inning, Makenzie Prince scored two runs with a single. Precious Birdsong would notch a run on a squeeze play, giving the Blue Raiders a 4-0 …

The Middle Tennessee softball team lost by a final score of 2-1 against Trevecca Nazarene University Wednesday evening in Murfreesboro. Sophomore Megan Chocallo got the start for MT, pitching four innings while allowing an earned run on three hits. Junior Kelci Cheney and senior Caitlin McClure entered the game to pitch the final three innings, …

MTSU assistant softball coach Kelley Montalvo, 27, was suspended after she was arrested by the Murfreesboro Police Department and charged with driving under the influence Friday night. “Kelley has been suspended indefinitely from all softball coaching related activities and will remain suspended while we review the incident and gather information,” MTSU athletic director Chris Massaro said …