Quinnipiac baseball splits doubleheader with Siena for first MAAC loss

Union’s Mackenzie Dolan gets ready to catch the ball as a Lake runner slides into home on Wednesday in a 12-1 loss to the Lady Hornets

Union’s Mackenzie Dolan gets ready to catch the ball as a Lake runner slides into home on Wednesday in a 12-1 loss to the Lady Hornets

The venue changed but the result was the same on Friday as Davenport split a doubleheader with No. 22 Northwood for the second straight day. "I was just going at it in my first game and hoping for the best". The four runs came via six singles and a walk against Casa Grande starter Katie Machado.

The victory for Rancho Cotate (5-0, 8-2) gives it sole possession of first place while Casa Grande (4-1, 7-3) drops to second place.

Lauren Sackett also went 3 for 4, scattering four hits with 12 strikeouts to earn the pitching win.

It occurred in the second inning.

Helping pick up the slack were Madelyn Graham with a RBI double and single; Autumn Siers with a two-run triple; and Madison Sislo with two singles.

"Before the game today we had a really good round of batting practice", said Austin Luttrell, who went 4-for-4 with a home run.

"It was great to see us take the same approach we had in the seventh inning of game one into game two and maintain it throughout the game", head coach Megan T. Bryant said in a press release. She had 5 RBi, and also walked once.

Against Springfield Wednesday night Watts was one of the top hitters, driving in a run with an RBI double in the third inning. Reynolds went the distance in a game abbreviated to five innings by the mercy rule with the Phantoms winning 32-1. Hogeland came home from third to make it 3-0 on a passed ball two at-bats later to give Fairview a commanding lead early.

The Lionettes' two errors in the third were both on the same play that allowed two runs to score. Jacey Pointer picked up the win in the four-inning contest, pitching three innings and striking out seven. But Central committed five errors in the third and fourth innings, when Red Bank scored 14 of its runs.

Kylee Moberg reached via error and drove in a run in the bottom of the fifth to make it 5-0. Grace Ann Clark was 1-3 with 2 RBIs. The RBI knock scored DiPonio who led off the inning with a single to center field. "It's kind of frustrating when you leave that many people on base". Northwood threatened in their half of the seventh loading the bases against Click.

"Honestly, I would say that the biggest difference is that these young ladies are a year older and year more mature", she said. S. Embery 2-3, 2 R. Hall R. Honn 3-4, RBI.

Taylor Wilson notched her first career triple in the bottom of the fourth, slicing a ball past a diving right fielder with two outs. Alexis Martinez, sophomore outfielder, and Courtney Fudge, junior infielder, got on base and came in onEmma Wager's, sophomore outfielder, three-run homerun over the right field fence.

Zeimis was hurt in the bottom of the ninth by walks.

Sturgeon retired the leadoff batter in just one inning but held the potent Tiger offense scoreless for the next three frames. Zeimis suffered his second loss of the season.

The Arkansas State baseball team hung on to win the first game of a doubleheader at UT Arlington by a score of 6-4 to snap a six-game losing streak before falling to the Mavericks in the second game by a count of 4-2 Saturday at Clay Gould Ballpark in Arlington, Texas.

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