|Champion went 4-for-4 in Game 1.|
|Game 1 winner Hollowell|
Autumn Champion went 4-for-4 for just over a third of the 11 Wildcat hits to
The Wildcats tacked on a pair of unearned runs in the top of the fourth, bringing the game to its 3-1 final tally. With two outs, Laine Roth reached on a shortstop’s fielding error. Adrienne Acton singled center field, sending Roth to second. Caitlin Lowe followed with an RBI single, driving in Roth and advancing
After giving up the first inning run, Alicia Hollowell (22-4) allowed only three more hits and no runs, giving UA its seventh consecutive Pac-10 win.
Callista Balko led the charge with her 3-for-3, four RBI performance at the plate.
Adrienne Acton led off the second inning with a single and stole second before a Champion walk, bringing Fox to the plate with one out.
The hits kept on coming for
Balko came through with yet another RBI hit in the third, scoring two more runs for the Cats and putting them over the eight-run margin.
- Caitlin Lowe became the fifth Wildcat in the program’s history to steal 100 bases.
- Taryne Mowatt’s pinch hit single in the first game was UA’s first base hit to come out of a pinch-hitting appearance.
- Jenae Leles’ hit by pitch in the second game was her seventh on the year; the most for any Wildcat since Mackenzie Vandergeest’s eight in 2004.
Up next: The Wildcats will next take on No. 8 Oregon State tomorrow night at 7 p.m. Brian Jeffries will be on hand to call all the action on KCUB 1290 AM. Jeffries’ call and a live webcast will be available for All-Access subscribes on arizonaathletics.com.
|Arizona's All-American centerfielder Caitlin Lowe has 100 career stolen bases|