Palomar women’s softball sits at the top of Pacific Coast Athletic Conference after a 13-game filled month of February.
The Comets head into March with an overall record of 13-3.
They will play 10 games this month, with more than half of them being away games.
The team has had some hot streaks, including a five-game win streak.
They have felt the presence of home advantage thus far with a 6-1 overall record at home. In four out of the 10 wins, they didn’t concede a single score.
The Comets’ largest victory was the first doubleheader versus Antelope Valley on Feb. 8, which they won 11-1. Comet pitchers only allowed six runs between the two games.
Sophomore Rylee Penrod hit 3 home runs within the doubleheader.
The first two conference games of the season resulted in wins against Grossmont and Southwestern.
Some statistics this season:
.346 batting average
12 home runs
111 total season runs
On-base percentage of .451
The Comets play on Palomar’s softball field located by the tennis courts off of Comet Circle and West Mission Road.
Their next home game is scheduled for 11 a.m. on March 11 versus El Camino.
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