A university softball crew showcased the last word show of sportsmanship in a sport Saturday, and the act instantly took off on social media.
Grand View University and Southeastern University have been taking part in one another in an NAIA matchup when Grand View’s Kaitlyn Moses hit a go-ahead grand slam in opposition to their No. 4-ranked opponent. As Moses was rounding the bases, she gave the impression to be injured after jogging round first base.
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Her teammates have been left surprised by what occurred to Moses.
NAIA guidelines state that her teammates are usually not allowed to assist her transfer across the bases. Southeastern gamers would take the initiative to hold Moses round the remainder of the diamond and have her contact third base and residential plate to get the runs.
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Grand View went up 5-4 at that time and would win the sport 7-4 to tug off the upset. The crew would full the doubleheader sweep with a 6-3 victory. Moses would get replaced within the second sport of the doubleheader.
“GVU wins game 1, 7 to 4. This game was not about the win but about the amazing sportsmanship shown by SEU softball players,” Grand View softball wrote in a tweet. “After a grand slam by Moses and injury, SEU players carried her to touch each base to allow her run to count.”
The NAIA additionally praised Southeastern gamers.
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Grand View misplaced the next doubleheader Sunday to Weber International however the message Saturday was clear – good sportsmanship trumps the whole lot else.