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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Virginia softball (0-5) returns to action over the weekend (Feb. 15-17) as the Cavaliers head to the Elon Softball February Classic. The Cavaliers will take on Northern Kentucky twice, Hampton, NC Central and host Elon during the tournament.
Friday, Feb. 15 – 10 a.m. | vs. Northern Kentucky (0-0)
Friday, Feb. 15 – 12:15 p.m. | vs. Hampton (0-0)
Saturday, Feb. 16 – 12:15 p.m. | at Elon (4-1)
Sunday, Feb. 17 – 10 a.m. | vs. Northern Kentucky
Sunday, Feb. 17 – 12:15 p.m. | vs. NC Central (1-3)
Fans can follow the action with live stats for all five games. Links to live stats are available at There is no streaming for any of the games this weekend.
• Senior Erika Osherow (Darien, Conn.) was electric both in the circle and at the plate to open 2019.
• After a tough junior campaign in the circle, Osherow was stellar in three starts on opening weekend, working 16 innings with a 1.75 ERA.
• Opponents hit just .175 off Osherow and she fanned 13 batters while issuing just four walks.
• At the plate, the veteran hit .375 with a double, triple and home run. She added four RBI to tie for the team lead.
• Eight freshmen made their collegiate debuts for the Cavaliers on opening weekend.
• Shortstop Arizona Ritchie (Stafford, Va.) leads Virginia with a .400 batting average.
• Donna Friedman (Orange, Calif.) made four starts and hit .357 with a pair of doubles and two RBI on opening weekend.
• In the circle, Clare Zureich (Cary, N.C.) and Aly Rayle (Herndon, Va.) both made their collegiate debuts.
• Outfielder Bailey Winscott (Clinton, Miss.) and infielder Abigail Barber (Providence Forge, Va.) both picked up their first collegiate hits.
• Sophomore Molly Keshin (New Canaan, Conn.) was a perfect 5-for-5 in stolen bases on opening weekend. The total puts her halfway to eclipsing last year’s high of 10 for a Virginia player (Allison Davis).
• The five steals already eclipse Keshin’s total of four from the 2018 campaign. No Virginia player has surpassed more than 15 stolen bases since Giannina Cippolloni swiped 31 in 2012. 
• Keshin’s five swipes came in just four games, making her the ACC leader and seventh nationally in stolen bases per game.    
• Virginia and Northern Kentucky will meet for the first time ever this weekend. Friday’s game is the season opener for the Norse.
• The Cavaliers are 3-2 all-time against Hampton after the Pirates swept a doubleheader last season.
• Virginia owns a 10-3 lead in the all-time series with Elon. The Phoenix are 4-1 to open 2019.
• The series between Virginia and NC Central is tied 1-1.

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