The Korean women’s softball collegiate team won the bronze medal at the Asia Cup.  

The women’s national softball team participated in the 3rd Women’s College Softball Asia Cup held at the Pattaya Rugby School in Thailand from the 14th to the 17th, and won the 3rd place match against Singapore and finished the tournament with a bronze medal.

Korea participated in the competition along with Japan, Taiwan, India, Thailand, Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia. South Korea was drawn in Group B with Japan, India and Singapore, while Taiwan, Thailand, Hong Kong and Malaysia were drawn in Group A. 메이저사이트

Korea defeated India and Singapore in the opening round and lost to Japan, recording a record of 2 wins and 1 loss (Korea 10-0 India, Korea 8-2 Singapore, Korea 0-7 Japan), advancing to the Super Round as 2nd in Group B.

In the Super Round, they raised expectations for advancing to the finals by winning both games by cold games against 3rd place Hong Kong and 2nd place Thailand in Group A. However, they lost 2-3 after a fiercely close game that went to overtime in the match against Taiwan, who ranked first in Group A. With a record of 2 wins and 1 loss in the Super Round, it was unfortunately pushed back to the 3rd place match.

In the 3rd and 4th place match held on the 17th, the Korean national team met Singapore, who were in the same group in the opening round, and won the bronze medal by winning a 9-2 6th inning game. In the final, Japan defeated Chinese Taipei 7-4 to win the championship.

Cho Yoon-ji (third baseman) and Kim Soo-bin (center fielder) of the Korean national team were honored to be selected as All-Stars.