The Wildcats won each of their games in come-from-behind fashion thanks to Mosley's gutsy efforts in the circle. Mosley was roughed up a little by the Mustangs in game one as they jumped out to a 2-0 first-inning lead, but afterward she allowed just four more hits over the next eight innings.
Two of those hits came in the seventh as the Mustangs loaded the bases with one out, but Mosley left them all stranded by getting consecutive infield pop-ups. Then, in the ninth, with ACU clinging to a 4-3 lead, she left the game-tying run stranded at third base with a fly ball to center. Mosley's clutch pitching abilities continued into the game versus Fort Hays State, as head coach Bobby Reeves brought her into the game in the fifth with no outs, runners at second and third, and the Wildcats trailing 4-0. Mosley responded to the challenge by striking out the first two batters she faced, and then got an infield pop up to squash the scoring threat. She then retired the side in order in the sixth, and left another runner stranded in scoring position in the seventh. The Wildcats won the game for Mosley by scoring seven times in the bottom of the seventh.