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Rose-Hulman Softball Splits a Pair of Games Wed.

Rose-Hulman Softball Splits a Pair of Games Wed.


CLERMONT, Fla. -- The Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology softball team split a pair of games today on Day 3 of their spring trip down in Florida.  The Fightin' Engineers knocked off Finlandia in game one but were shutout in game two by St. Mary's University of Minnesota.

Rose-Hulman 10, Finlandia 1 F/5 -

The bats came to life for the Figthin' Engineers in the first game of the day against the Finlandia University Lions. Rose-Hulman collected 12 hits and took advantage of four Findlandia errors to win by a final score of 10-1 on Wednesday morning.  

The Lions got on the board first in the bottom half of the first inning but Rose-Hulman answered the bell immediately. Bryly Shipman got the scoring started in a loud way for the Fightin' Engineers as she clubbed a run-scoring double to deep left.  Janel Lake followed the double up with a run-scoring single that put the Figthin' Engineers ahead 2-1.  RHIT never looked back.

In the top of the fourth inning Jessica Will singled home Lake and then Gabbi Markison poked a single to right that scored Will from second base.

The big inning of the game came in the fifth.  Rose-Hulman posted six more runs in the frame to take a 10-1 lead.  Both Cydney Ogan  and Will hit two-run singles in the inning and Markison tripled to the right-center field gap that plated Will as well.  The other run for RHIT came off of a booted ball in the infield.

In Game 1, Will led the way with three RBIs, two hits, and two runs scored.  Markison and Lake also had two hits for Rose-Hulman.  

Pitcher Michelle Korf was strong on the mound this morning for Rose-Hulman allowing just one run on five hits. She improved her record to 2-1 on the early season.

St. Mary's (Minn.) 3, Rose-Hulman 0 - 

The Fightin' Engineers were held to just six scattered hits as St. Mary's (Minn.) shutout Rose-Hulman in game two of the day.  

Jessica Will and Gabbi Markison  both collected two hits for Rose-Hulman.  Through six games Will has gone 6-22 (.273) with four RBIs and Markison has gone 6-21 (.286) with a triple. Cydney Ogan leads the team with a .429 (6-14) batting average, three doubles and five RBIs.  

Rose-Hulman now stands at 3-3 on the early season.  The Fightin' Engineers will return to the diamond tomorrow for two more games at 9 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.  RHIT will face Adrian in the first game and Concrodia-Moorhead in the second game.