Softball: UNT loses to Elon
ELON, N.C. — In the final game of the Elon Classic, the North Texas softball team fell to Elon, 6-1, Sunday afternoon at Hunt Softball Park. The game was a scoreless pitcher's duel until the fifth inning, when the Phoenix erupted for five runs.
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ELON, N.C. -- In its third game of the Elon tournament, North Texas defeated Mount St. Mary's at Hunt Softball Park. Harley Perella went 2-for-2 with two RBIs and a run to fuel the Mean Green.
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Watson takes lead in Genesis Open
Bubba Watson started with a 7-iron that stopped rolling 18 inches from the cup for a tap-in eagle. He chipped in for birdie. He moved the ball left and right, whatever Riviera required, and finished with a 6-under 65 for a one-shot lead Saturday in the Genesis Open.