Taryne Mowatt (6-2) took a no-hitter into the seventh inning, but surrendered her first and only hit of the game to lead off the frame. The junior from
With the win,
After A&M pitcher Amanda Scarborough struck out six of the seven batters she faced in the first two innings,
Next, Jenae Leles came to the plate and extended her career-long, six-game hitting streak with a single up the middle to score
After Kristie Fox fouled out, Chelsie Mesa came up with one of her two base knocks on the night and padded the Wildcat lead with a two-RBI single to center, scoring Lowe and Arredondo.
Lowe would lead off the fifth with a single, move to second on an Arredondo slap bunt and come around to score the game’s fourth run on a Fox single.
Callista Balko iced the game in the sixth with her fourth home run of the year, a solo shot to left.
Through three walks, an error, a hit by pitch and the one single, Mowatt allowed at least one Aggie to reach base in five of seven innings, but in only the sixth inning did A&M get someone into scoring position. After UA got on the board in the third, the A&M never brought the tying or go-ahead run to the plate.
- Leles’ third-inning RBI single was her third game-winning hit of the year.
- Caitlin Lowe (five games), Jenae Leles (six games) and Chelsie Mesa (nine games) all extended their hitting streaks.