The Wildcats tallied 13 hits to the Beavers’ three, and four
The win lifted
Taryne Mowatt (29-8) hurled her 34th complete game of the year and moved into
After two scoreless innings, the Wildcats rallied to for six runs in the top of the third. Kristie Fox picked up where she left off yesterday, as she clubbed a three-run double to right-center field to take a 3-0 lead. Adrienne Acton led off the frame with a soft liner over the shortstop’s head, followed by a Caitlin Lowe single and a Chelsie Mesa bunt hit to load the bases for Fox. Jenae Leles followed Fox’s two-bagger with a single up the middle to plate the Wildcat shortstop for UA’s fourth run of the frame.
After a pair of Wildcat strikeouts, the hits kept coming for UA. Sam Banister hit her second home run in as many days to bring Leles around. The Wildcat sophomore’s fourth home run of the year and second in conference play would account for UA’s final runs of the inning, although
Down 6-1 in its half of the third,
Next, K’Lee Arredondo hit a ball back to the pitcher, who deflected the ball into center field, but not before Balko made contact with OSU shortstop Mia Longfellow. Both Roth and Balko scored on the two-run single, taking UA’s lead to 9-1. On the play, umpires made a delayed call of fielder obstruction, which brought
- Today’s game marked the first time of 2007 that
- A stadium-record crowd of 1,008 saw the game at the OSU Softball Complex. This was the third time this season that
- Caitlin Lowe stole her 44th base of the year and 151st of her career.
Up Next: The Wildcats will have their last regular season road contest on Sunday as they face