GAME ONE STATS;
MARY-OF-THE-WOODS, IND. -- St. Mary-of-the-Woods College captured a
sweep in the crosstown rivalry matchup as they defeated
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology 6-1 and 8-6 in Thursday's
In game one, the Engineers featured four
players with two hits, led by junior Alyse Mueller
(Belleville, Ind./West) who's home run provided the lone
run for Rose-Hulman.
The Pomeroys were led by a 3 for 3
perfomance by Sarah Goelz, including a two run single. Carly
Painter fueled a four-run fourth inning with a grand slam home
Rose-Hulman was led by sophomore
Jenna Martinek's (Troy, Mo./Troy Buchanan) three
hits and freshman Carly Heibel (Fort Wayne, Ind./Lakewood Park) who
batted in three runs and hit a double in game
Shelby Turned led the Pomeroys with three
hits with Goelz adding two runs and pitcher Danielle Owens threw seven strikeouts in five
innings of work.
The Pomeroys started game two with a four
run first inning, starting with a Goelz double to score Kelsey
Roselli. The hosts then manufactured three more runs with
consistent batting, scoring on three straight singles.
The Engineers answered quickly, scoring five
runs in the second inning, powered by a three run double by
Heibel. Freshman Lindsey Watterson (Lexington,
Ind./Southwestern) singled to score freshman Samantha
Springer (Irving, Texas/Parish Episcopal) and
Martinek also scored off a single by freshman Jessica
Ahlborn (Houghton, Mich./Houghton) to provide the other
Rose-Hulman added a sixth run to take a 6-4
lead when Martinek singled to score Mueller.
St. Mary-of-the-Woods then scored two runs in the fifth and
two runs in the sixth to take the 8-6 victory. In the fifth
inning, Painter hit a two run single. The fifth inning
featured Shelby Turner knocking in Shelby Barnett for the first
run, then when Turner tried to steal second, Roselli crossed the
plate to capture the last run. Turner was then thrown
out at third to end the inning.
St. Mary's improved to 17-12 while Rose-Hulman stands
8-18. The Fightin' Engineers return to action at Mount St.
Joseph on Saturday.
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