Kansas softball had an underwhelming start to the season, coming out of the Kajikawa Classic with a 1-4 record. Coming up, Kansas will be playing in the Michelle Smith-Clearwater Invitational with its first game against Missouri this Thursday at 12:00 p.m.

Kansas softball ended its fall season with a 7-1 record. The team plans to feed on that success as the spring season approaches with the help of sophomore pitcher Lexy Mills. Mills has been a significant factor in the Jayhawks' victories with her strikeout record and 1.000 fielding percentage. 

Kansas softball starts an eight-game exhibition schedule on Sunday in a matchup against Seminole State College. Kansas has a new assistant coach, Meghan Lamberth, and several new players.

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