Presbyterian has won three consecutive games and is now 27-12 on the season, while
The Lady Blue Hose had four players finish with multiple RBIs in the 11-6 victory over
Catcher Laura Tate (
Paige Cassady (
Presbyterian started off the game by scoring five runs in the first inning. The Lady Blue Hose batted around in the inning with Kellyn Henderson (Simpsonville, S.C.) beginning things on the afternoon for PC with a single through the left side and then fouling out to the third baseman to end the inning.
Presbyterian would not score in the next inning, but tallied at least a run in their final four chances at-bat to secure the victory.
Tia Lafrieniere led NGU in the game offensively, going 1-for-2 with a home run and two RBIs.
Cassady (13-7) was strong in the circle for the Lady Blue Hose in the win, striking out eight Lady Crusaders.
Krista Yeoman (0-1) lost her first game of the season for
Presbyterian started off the second game exactly the same way they commenced the first by scoring six runs in the first two stanzas.
The Lady Blue Hose acquired three runs in the first inning. Ford obtained PC's first two runs when she homered to left center field to bring in Henderson, who had once again started a game with a single for the Lady Blue Hose.
Two batters later, Tate hit a dinger to left field to give PC a 3-0 advantage.
A little while later Jessica Peterka (
Overall in game two,
The 6-0 lead would prove to be all that PC starting pitcher Mary Gordon (
Gordon (14-4) now has a team-leading 14 wins on the 2007 campaign.
Ashley Warlick took the loss from the circle for NGU, lasting just 1.1 innings for the Lady Crusaders and giving up six earned runs.