Union College will play in the Appalachian Athletic Conference Tournament this week in Kingsport, Tennessee.
Union (16-16, 8-8 AAC) is the six seed in the tourney and will play three seed Montreat College (22-21, 10-6 AAC) Tuesday afternoon. Union split two games with Montreat last week.
Senior pitcher Sarah Driver leads the pitching staff with a 9-7 record and a 2.02 ERA. The former Christian County Lady Colonel has struck out 93 batters in 107 innings. Driver is also batting .360 with a team high 11 doubles.
Senior first baseman Bethany Outland, also from Christian County, is hitting .361 this year while leading the team in fielding percentage at first base.
Sophomore Ali Blauser is batting .321 for the Lady Bulldogs with a team-high 13 stolen bases.
Freshman Autumn Greenwell has started 25 games for Union, hitting .222 with three homers and 10 RBIs.
Ali's sister Layla Blauser is an assistant coach for Union College.
Meanwhile, Lindsey Wilson College swept a doubleheader from the University of the Cumberlands over the weekend and will be the top seed in the Mid-South Conference Tournament that begins this week in Danville.
The Lady Raiders are 41-12 on the season, including a 22-6 conference mark.
Former Lyon County standout Lindsey Bridges has started 25 games for LWC, hitting .270 with three homers and 18 RBIs.
Elsewhere, Brescia freshman Stephanie Olp (Hopkinsville High) is 7-6 on the mound with a 4.33 ERA and ranks in the top 20 in NAIA in walks per nine innings at just over one.