WILMINGTON, North Carolina – The UNCW softball team plays its final non-conference games of the regular season Tuesday when it travels to long-time rival Campbell for a 4 p.m. doubleheader at Amanda Littlejohn Stadium.

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UNCW (17-27) heads back on the road this week after hosting College of Charleston in a three-game Colonial Athletic Association series at Boseman Field last weekend. Freshman Lauren Moore finished with a team-best four hits against the Cougars while senior Morgan Ayers and junior Jessica Rappe tallied three hits each. Sophomore Kayla Pine had a solid weekend in the circle, making three relief appearances and allowing just one run on three hits in 3.1 innings pitched.  

Campbell (25-24) puts the finishing touches on a four-game homestand that began with the Camels splitting a pair of Big South contests against Presbyterian last Friday. Freshman Milly Martinet has been the key of veteran Head Coach Drew Peterson’s lineup this season as she leads the team in nearly every offensive category, including hits (48), home runs (15), runs batted in (43) and slugging percentage (.643).  The underclassmen duo of sophomore Courtney Roberts and freshman Katie Baker have seen the majority of time in the circle for the Camels this season, with Baker leading the squad in wins (11), innings pitched (124.1), complete games (9) and strikeouts (138).

Tuesday’s twinbill marks the 22nd consecutive season that Campbell and UNCW have faced each other as the two programs have met on the diamond each year since the 1993 campaign. The Camels hold a 48-23 edge in the series and have won seven straight from the Seahawks, including a pair of victories last April at Boseman Field.   

UNCW remains on the road after its twinbill with the Camels as it heads to Towson for a three-game league series this weekend. The two teams will play a doubleheader on Saturday slated for a Noon start and a single game Sunday that is scheduled to begin at 1 p.m.