CLERMONT, FLA. -- Rose-Hulman Institute of
Technology scored at least once in every inning to cap its Florida
softball trip with a 7-6 win over Concordia of Minnesota on
The Fightin' Engineers opened the day with a
10-1 loss to Northwestern of Minnesota on Friday.
Sophomore Allison Bowman (Fort
Wayne/Snider) led the offensive effort with a two-run home
run in the fourth inning. Bowman had two hits and two RBIs on
Junior Brianne Widmoyer
(Elkhart/Central) smashed two doubles with two runs scored
and tossed the complete game in the circle. Widmoyer earned
her second win in as many days for the Fightin'
Sophomore Jenna Martinek (Troy,
Mo.) slapped three hits, including a double, with two runs
scored and two RBIs. Freshman Jessica
Ahlborn (Houghton, Mich./Houghton-Portage Township) and
freshman Samantha Springer (Irving, Texas/Parish
Episcopal) added one single and one RBI each.
In the opener, freshman Carly Heibel (Fort
Wayne/Lakewood Park Christian) led the Engineers with two
singles. Heibel also tossed the final four innings without
allowing an earned run and recorded seven strikeouts.
Rose-Hulman completed its annual spring trip
with a 2-6 record. The Fightin' Engineers travel to the
Centre College Invitational on March 10-11.