Macki's pitching gem goes for naught
SALEM, Va. - Nebraska-Omaha scored on an ground out in the bottom of the seventh Thursday to upend No. 2-ranked Kennesaw State of Georgia 2-1 in the first round of the NCAA Division II softball championships. Former Missoula Big Sky ace Lisa Macki, a freshman at Kennesaw State, went the distance on the mound, falling to 28-5 despite scattering just six hits. Kennesaw State fell into the loser's bracket, where it will play Humboldt State of California on Friday. The Owls (48-10) won the national title in 1995 after losing in the first round and won the championship in 1996 as well.
Big Sky's Ranf signs with Great Falls
Missoula Big Sky's Deidre Ranf has signed a letter of intent to play volleyball at the University of Great Falls.
Ranf is a 6-0 middle blocker and hitter. She will be a part of UGF's inaugural womens' volleyball season.