No. 4 Arizona returned to Hillenbrand Stadium for the first time since winning the 2006 national champion with a 9-1, five-inning victory over the
The win improved
UA third baseman Jenae Leles powered the Wildcats with a 2-for-3 performance that included her first home run of the year, two RBI and a pair of runs.
Six Wildcats, including the first five hitters in the UA lineup, had at least one RBI in
The Wildcats and Owls were locked in a scoreless tie until UA exploded for all nine of its runs in the top of the fourth inning. Leles led the frame off with a solo home run and seven UA singles, a pair of base on balls and a hit by pitch measured out to be all nine runs of the game for the Wildcats.
Mowatt Mows Down Tech with No-Hitter
Mowatt (3-2) has experienced considerable success against the Red Raiders. Over the last two years, she boasts a 3-0 record in 21 innings, having given up only one run on three hits over that timeframe. Additionally, the Red Raiders have a collective .048 batting average
In the circle, Mowatt would scatter seven walks throughout the no-no. She worked through a self-inflicted jam in the fourth, in which she walked the bases loaded to start the inning but used two strikeouts and a groundout to get herself out of the mess unscathed.
Other Worth Wildcat Invitational scores:
- The Hillenbrand Stadium crowd of 1,439 is a stadium record for an
- Caitlin Lowe’s team-high, 10-game hitting streak was snapped in UA’s victory over
- Tonight’s pitching performance versus Texas Tech was