Alicia Hollowell (9-0) tossed her UA record 16th career no-hitter and her eighth shutout of the season, in the run-rule shortened victory. Hollowell allowed only one
UA put together a four-run, two-out rally in the second inning, on three hits and two walks. Autumn Champion drew a two-out walk, stole second and scored on a Kristie Fox RBI single, giving UA a, 5-0, lead. The Wildcats then loaded the bases, bringing up freshman Laine Roth. With a full count, Roth hammered
In the bottom of the third, the Wildcat freshmen continued to pound the ball, as UA first-year first baseman Sam Banister smashed her team-leading fourth home run of the year to the opposite field.
Leading off the fourth inning, Leles, who had already hit a grand slam on the day, hit her second round-tripper of the day and third of the season.
- Autumn Champion’s second inning stolen base was the 58th of her career, putting her in a seventh place tie with Toni Mascarenas on UA’s all-time stolen base list
- Autumn Champion extended her team-leading hitting streak to seven games
- Laine Roth’s second inning triple was UA’s fifth of the year. The five triples match last year’s team total