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Senior third baseman Carnesha Thompson runs to home plate for a run against Western Kentucky. Mohammed F Emran | Staff Photographer

Softball: Owls clinch Conference USA regular season championship

May 1, 2016

Florida Atlantic softball capped off its senior day celebration by winning the Conference USA regular season championship and sweeping Western Kentucky University over the weekend.

Junior rightfielder Delaney Rickey runs out a grounder to first base during the Owls' game versus Penn State on Feb. 14.  Ryan Lynch | Multimedia Editor

Softball: Owls bring out brooms in series sweep over Charlotte 49ers

April 24, 2016

No. 22 Florida Atlantic softball completed its three game series sweep on the road against the Charlotte 49ers to push the Owls winning streak to 12 games.

Head softball coach Joan Joyce talks to an umpire about a collision that had happened between second and third base during the Owls' game versus Penn State on Feb. 14.  Ryan Lynch | Multimedia Editor

Softball: Owls win two of three versus Southern Mississippi in conference home opener

March 26, 2016

Florida Atlantic softball entered this weekend’s series scoring 27 runs in its prior four games, but struggled to keep that offensive momentum as the University of Southern Mississippi limited the team to eight runs in three games.

Junior rightfielder Delaney Rickey runs out a grounder to first base during the Owls game versus Penn State on Feb. 14. Ryan Lynch | Multimedia Editor

Softball: Owls start conference play with series sweep over Middle Tennessee

March 20, 2016

The Florida Atlantic softball team opened up Conference USA play with a three-game sweep of the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders over the weekend.

Junior pitcher Amanda Wilson prepares to pitch during the Owls' 4-2 win versus Penn State on Feb. 14. Ryan Lynch | Multimedia Editor

Softball: Owls sweep doubleheader against Detroit

March 8, 2016

Florida Atlantic softball won both legs of its doubleheader Tuesday against the University of Detroit behind an eight-run mercy rule win and a 10-6 victory.