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Softball splits at Southwestern
Softball splits at Southwestern
Saturday, March 22, 2014
Centenary (2-13)
at
Southwestern (Tex.) (5-13-1)
3/22/2014 | Georgetown, Texas | Attendance: 45
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PitchingIPHRERBBSO
Win: Lynsi Unruh (2-4) 9.081115
Loss: Gibbs (4-11) 9.082254
BattingABRHRBIBBHR
Whitney Patterson (CENT) 513100
Ramirez (SUSB) 402100
Galloway (SUSB) 402000
Biggers (SUSB) 412000

GEORGETOWN, Texas – The Centenary softball team split a doubleheader at Southwestern University on Saturday afternoon. The Ladies (2-14, 2-4 SCAC) claimed the opener 2-1 in nine innings before falling in the late contest 12-4.

Whitney Patterson doubled to score Erin Crites for the game-winning run. The extra base hit was the third of the contest for the senior. The Ladies first run of the game came in the fourth frame answering the lone run posted by the Pirates in third as Patterson scored on a Cadie Hancock sacrifice fly to center field.

Lynsi Unruh (2-5) garnered her second win in the circle tossing the complete game for the Maroon and White. The senior struck out five and allowed eight hits with a walk in the opener.

Nicole Warren joined Patterson with other multi-hit effort.

In the second outing, the Ladies struck first as Hancock delivered a two-run homerun to score Warren. SU rallied back plating a combined six runs in the second through fourth innings.

The Maroon and White added its remaining two runs in the fifth as Abbie Woods and Warren each crossed the dish. Again the Pirates answered back this time with five runs in the bottom of the frame and an additional tally in the sixth to force the split.

Unruh took the loss in the circle pitching 2.1 innings and allowing six runs on nine hits with a strikeout and walk. Laura Perriloux tossed the final 3.0 frames surrendering the remaining six runs on 11 hits.

Centenary returns to action on Sunday, March 23 as the Ladies face SU in the second doubleheader of the weekend. First pitch is slated for Noon.