Dunn finished 3-for-4 with four RBIs and two runs scored. LeBlanc went 2-for-3 with two runs scored and an RBI. Junior Nichole Aldridge (3-4) recorded the win in the circle for the Ladies, allowing six hits and three runs (two earned) with four strikeouts in seven innings of
He tossed another quality start for the team, one night after Brett Morales (Florida) near perfect game. The third inning produced two hits, one error and a passed ball on the third strike allowed the Winter Park to register two runs and prevented Raftery from earning the victory. However it could have been worse except for the fact the Diamond Dawgs ran themselves out of the inning. Daniel Woodrow (Creighton) rounded third and was caught in a run down. He ran out of the base line and the home plate umpire called him
In game two, Centenary fell behind 3-0 before scoring two in the fourth because of a key error and one more in the fifth. With two down in the fourth, senior Lizzie Moran hit a groundball to first that was misplayed to allow her to beat the throw. Moran stole second and scored on sophomore Wendy Gillet’s RBI hit. While trying to gun down Moran at the plate, Gillet moved to second and scored on freshman Ashley Albright’s hit.
Softball Loses Pair at NCAA Division I Grambling State GRAMBLING, La. – The Ladies softball team fell in the first game, 6-3, before Centenary (3-11) lost the nightcap to Grambling State (8-16) in a wild, 13-12, 8-inning affair Tuesday, March 14. With Centenary leading game two 10-8 in the top of the
Chase Almaguer took the loss for Austin College, allowing 10 runs (five earned) on 12 hits and two walks in five innings of work.
The Mountaineers tacked on an insurance run in the ninth. In the bottom half, Nick Dunn hit a solo home run to make it a three-run game. With runners at second and third, Sigman struck out the final two batters to seal the
Deacon Liput singled with one out in the second, bringing up Mike Rivera. Florida’s designated hitter watched a strike, stepped out of the box and gathered his composure. Carlton set from the stretch but let a changeup float high.
How Sweet It Is! #6 Gents Dancing with Run-Rule Win against Trinity in SCAC Championship Game GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas – It was not exactly a work of art when the Gents lost game one in heartbreaking fashion to play the if necessary game, but the Maroon and White jumped on the
The Pacific softball team split a doubleheader with No. 22 Linfield on Sunday, dropping game one, 9-8 and winning the nightcap, 6-0. In both games, Pacific had double-digit hits in back-to-back games with 12 and 13 hits, respectively for the first time on the season. In game one, five-different Boxers –
Gents Baseball Benefits from Extra Outs in Doubleheader Sweep of Northland College SHREVEPORT, La. – Despite the steady rain falling all day, the Gents offense failed to cool off as they scored 31 runs as Centenary (13-3) took game one 19-2 and beat Northland College (0-2) 12-2 in a pair of
The YellowJackets (2-2) rallied from a two-run deficit with a three-run sixth inning to take the opener. LeTourneau had 12 hits including four from freshman Kennedi Dillow in the win. Junior Kayla Cosby came off the bench to pitch 3.1 innings of one-hit relief of starter junior Courtney Matulis to secure her first win at LETU.
Things got start with a bang, when Dawson Martin took off for a sixteen-yard run, showing speed and nice field vision. Martin would close out the drive on a 2-yard run to make this a,6-0 game. A two point conversion run by,Elijah Malcolm made the score,8-0, with 9:05 left in the quarter.
9:52 remained when New picked up 28-yards on a nice run where he was tackled by Taylor. Phelps ended the 6-play,58-yard drive with a 9-yard touchdown run by New, who used the work of his offensive line to go right up the guy of the Warriors defense. This made the score 25-0. with
Colby K-18 takes down Goodland Colby’s K-18 baseball team took the early lead in both games during a double-header in Goodland on Monday, winning the first game 9-1 and second 7-4. The team is currently 12-6, and is coached by Brad Weese.
The Wheeling native struck out 13 Terrapins (25-22). Freshman right fielder Darius Hill and junior first baseman Jackson Cramer both had two hits for the Mountaineers (28-19).