Softball ends season against Schreiner
Softball ends season against Schreiner
Saturday, April 19, 2014
Schreiner ()
Centenary ()
4/19/2014 | Shreveport, La. | Attendance: 0
Victoria Sch (SCHSB) 212010
Nicole Warren (CENT) 301000
Whitney Patterson (CENT) 301000
Mary Ann Allison (CENT) 301100
Abbie Woods (CENT) 201000

SHREVEPORT, La. – The Centenary softball team concluded its 2014 campaign dropping a doubleheader to Schreiner University on Saturday afternoon. The Ladies (5-31, 5-19 SCAC) were nipped 2-1 in the opener and dropped a rally in the second contest. Schreiner improves to 17-23 and 10-14 in the conference.

Whitney Patterson and Lynsi Unruh each recorded three hits on the day. Patterson gathered a hit in the first outing and garnered two more in the second contest while Unruh collected all three hits in the nightcap.

Already leading 1-0 through four innings, off a Brianna Rodriguez RBI single, SU plated its second run of the in the pitcher’s duel as a Destiny Rodriguez homerun in the fifth assisted in the Mountaineers win over the Maroon and White.

The Ladies rallied back for a run in the seventh as Mookie Allison singled to center field to score Cadie Hancock, but a double play ended the threat.

Lynsi Unruh (5-18) took the loss in the circle pitching complete games performances in her final season in a Centenary uniform. The hurler allowed the two SU runs on six hits with six strikeouts and two walks.

In the second affair, Centenary again attempted a rally scoring a combined four runs in its final three trips to the plate. Unruh and Abbie Woods led the charge in the sixth inning with RBI doubles while Hancock logged a RBI single in the seventh. The Ladies’ run in the fifth came as Nicole Warren scored on a groundout.

Schreiner held a one-run advantage through the first three frames of the contest, but a five-run, fourth extended the lead. Centenary settled the remainder of the contest allowing just one run over the final three innings.

Whitney Patterson and Dambra Perkins plated the first two runs with RBI singles in the home half of the first. The duo along with Erin Crites each recorded two hits.

Unruh fanned five in the decision while surrendering two walks.