It may have been a disappointing season for Humboldt State softball, but the Jacks certainly closed out in style on Saturday.
The HSU women celebrated senior day with a pair of victories at home to Cal State Monterey Bay, both in dramatic fashion.
The Jacks won game one 4-3 in extra innings, courtesy of a Micaela Harris walk-off single, and followed that with a come-from-behind win in the nightcap, rallying from a seven-run deficit for a 10-7 win.
HSU finished the season 21-29 overall and 12-26 in the California Collegiate Athletic Association.
“All year we have shown that we can hit the ball, we don’t get shut out of games, our offense is just too potent,” said senior Hanna Holland, who was playing her final game for the team. “I think that on Senior Day we knew there was nothing after this, so we came out and did everything we could and we found a way to win today.”