CLERMONT, FLA. -- Rose-Hulman enjoyed one of the
most dramatic comebacks in school history to complete a
doubleheader sweep on a historic night for the Fightin' Engineer
Senior Brittany Bernthold (Fisherville, Ky.) became
Rose-Hulman's career leader in hits to start a four-run final
inning rally against Lycoming.
Bernthold snapped the career school record of 149 hits by 2008
graduate Ashley Montgomery with her seventh inning single to start
the Engineer rally from a 5-2 deficit.
Junior Kayla Yano (Ontario, Ore.) slapped a single, then junior
Kyla Lutz (Tennyson/Boonville) drew a walk to load the bases.
Senior Jordan Goslee (St. Joseph, Mich.) tied the score at 5-5 with
a three-run double.
Two batters later, freshman Brianne Widmoyer (Elkhart/Central)
slapped the game-winning single to lift Rose-Hulman to its second
win of the day.
Lutz picked up the victory in relief by allowing one earned run
in five innings of work with four strikeouts. Yano joined
senior Kristin Greer (Batavia, Ohio) with two hits in the
In the opener, Rose-Hulman relied on the strong arm of Goslee to
earn an 8-0 victory over Lebanon Valley College. Goslee
allowed just one hit with nine strikeouts, and the Engineers scored
five runs in the first inning to secure the win.
Bernthold slapped three hits, including a triple, while Goslee
and Lutz added two hits each in the Rose-Hulman victory.
Rose-Hulman stands at 2-2 on the season and returns to action
Thursday against Alma and Thiel.