The Blaire Luna that the outside world sees is not always the same Blaire Luna inside the Texas locker room.
She may be the ace of the staff — and the best softball pitcher in Longhorns history not named Cat Osterman or Christa Williams — but that’s not the person that her teammates see behind closed doors every day.
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Friday — (1) Houston-South Carolina, 3 p.m.; (2) Texas-Army, 6, LHN
Saturday — (3) Texas/Army winner vs. Houston/South Carolina winner, 11 a.m.; (4) Texas/Army loser vs. Houston/South Carolina loser, 2 p.m.; (5) Game 4 winner vs. Game 3 loser, 5 p.m.
Sunday — Game 3 winner vs. Game 5 winner, 1 p.m. (doubleheader, if needed)
THREE FOR TEXAS
How Blaire Luna, Cat Osterman and Christa Williams — the three most dominant and recognizable softball pitchers in Longhorns history — stack up against each other. Osterman was a three-time national player of the year, an Olympic gold and silver medalist, and led UT to three College World Series appearances. Williams led a 1-year-old UT program to the World Series and won two Olympic golds.
HARD TO ECLIPSE LUNA
Blaire Luna ranks high nationally in several pitching categories this season:
Category; Total; National rank