Lady Jags are in full swing

Patrick Loera

As the San Jose City College softball team fights through double headers, the team is confident it can maintain a winning record as they have five wins and two losses after more than a month of games. (Record will change)

The first official Lady Jags victory in 2013 was against Cosumnes River, winning 10-4, after trailing early in the game.

“I think it was a really nice comeback for us, especially being down 4-0,” head coach Debbie Huntze-Rooney said.

Since that success, the Lady Jags have won four out of five games to put them in third place in the Coast Conference-South. (Record will change)

“The team definitely backs you up when you need them,” said pitcher and infielder Dani Pianto.

Pianto leads the team in batting with 14 hits, 12 RBIs and hitting 56 percent.

Also at the top of the leader board, catcher and infielder Treasure Rodriguez has 12 hits, 12 RBIs and hitting 57.1 percent. (Stats will change)

“Our defense is definitely the strongest part of our game,” said outfielder Breanna Hunsucker.

Hunsucker leads the team in stolen bases with four so far this season. (Stats will change)

The Lady Jags go on the road to face Cabrillo on Feb. 28 at 3 p.m. before coming back to SJCC to host Gavilan on March 5 also at 3 p.m. in Jaguars Stadium.