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Lyon and Tara Hodgen both tripled.
"We need to continue to battle the same way we did today", Bartlett said. "Everybody we sent up there, 1 through 9, put the ball in play and hard". Florez tossed a complete game - allowing four runs on 10 hits, while striking out five and walking one.
The Pioneers finished their road trip with three straight wins, including the nightcap of Saturday's doubleheader split with Banks at Seaside, Ore. With the bases full of Lions and two outs in the sixth inning, junior Alena Jones worked a walk to score the game-tying run.
"We, as a team, all feel that we should have swept the series", Hayes said.
Amanda James had the game winning RBI in the only Clan win over the weekend. First pitch is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. "I remembered that she [Tino] was throwing me outside from the time before, so I stayed in and drove it", said Newmark.
FIU has posted one conference win each against UTSA and Louisiana Tech. The girls are excited.
Mortimer Jordan had to fight back from a seven-run deficit in the final frame to beat Oak Grove in the nightcap. "What I can say for Jessica is her workouts and her bullpens that she does with our catching and pitching staff, her expectations are very high and I think that helps lead to good performances on the field".
In the first game, the team tallied two runs in the first inning, thanks to three singles and a walk from the top of the order.More news: China launches crude oil futures
In the first game, NIACC tied the game with a pair of runs in the bottom of the seventh innings.
Marly led off the fourth inning with her homer, and Brittany Potts, Britney Wells, Earls and Lyon soon padded the lead with RBIs. Jackson had a one-hit shutout until the Loyola bats got hot again in the fifth inning. Randy Floyd had two hits and two RBIs.
"She's in the cleanup spot for a reason", Riley said with a smile. "It took a bad hop off the turf, went up and jammed her finger".
The Owls batted around five times in the first five innings, and by the end of the fifth inning, they were up 25-0.
Taylor Edwards went three for three with two runs scored and a home run.
Rob Kiser/Call Photo Lehman Catholic pitcher Madelyn Kirtley throws a strike Monday.
Reynolds tied things up on the scoreboard, only two batters into their lineup, after a single and an error made by the Eagles defense that brought around one score and advanced another runner to third with zero outs.
Baldwin and Williams. Bullock and Birdwell. TOP HITTERS: (Arc) Reinhart 3-1B, 2B, RBI; Rodriguez 1B, 2B, HR, 3-RBI; Ward 2-1B, 3B, 3-RBI; McGee 2B, 2-RBI.