• Mackenzie Mills

ONE FOR THE BOOKS


Whether it was team records or individual accolades, this Razorback softball team smashed them left and right this year. The Bogle Bombers rewrote the history books and bumped some old school records to the side.


Where did this group finish among the best of the best in program history? It's deep dive time!


▶️ Wins: This year's team walked away with more wins (43) than any other in program history since 2000, or when Courtney Deifel was a freshman on the Cal softball team.


▶️ Home Runs: The Bogle Bombers certainly earned their nickname this year with 95 home runs this season. The previous best was 65. And two players—Braxton Burnside (25) and Linnie Malkin (18)—would have set the single-season records for home runs this year.


▶️ RBIs: With 278 runs batted in, this team had the second-best season in program history.


▶️ Fielding: There has never been a better single-season performance by Arkansas softball, with the Razorbacks compiling a team fielding percentage of .973.


▶️ Individual Hitting: Not one but two Hogs are finishing among the top-10 best single-season batting averages—Braxton Burnside hit .357 and Danielle Gibson hit .355 on the year.


▶️ Individual ERA: Arkansas had two giants on the mound this season as Autumn Storms (1.42) and Mary Haff (1.55) each turned in top-10 pitching performances this year.

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