The Chattanooga Lady Mocs softball team registered 10 hits in each game en route to 7-1 and 6-2 wins on Sunday afternoon at the UNCG Softball Complex. Senior catcher Vivian Morimoto (Sao Paulo, Brazil) connected on a grand slam and drove in five runs in game two, while junior first baseman Kasey Tydingco (Fairfield, Calif.) plated five runs in the first game.
The Chattanooga Lady Mocs softball team registered a 4-1 triumph before registering a 10-2 victory after five innings on Saturday afternoon at Frost Stadium. Lady Mocs head coach Frank Reed, now in his 11th season guiding the program, achieved his 900th career win, which includes 476 victories at Chattanooga State, in game one.
The Chattanooga Lady Mocs softball team completed the series against Elon with a decisive 9-2 victory on Saturday afternoon at Frost Stadium. Senior catcher Vivian Morimoto (Sao Paulo, Brazil) went 3-for-3, driving in three run, while the power was provided, a three-run shot, by junior first baseman Kasey Tydingco (Fairfield, Calif.)
TheChattanooga Lady Mocs softball team made quick work on the first day of the USFInvite at the Eddie C. Moore Complex in Clearwater, Fla., posting five-inningvictories against Canisius (4-14), 8-0, and Hartford (4-7), 11-1 on Friday. SophomoreSara Poteat (Thomaston, Ga.), the Lady Mos leadoff hitter, was a perfect5-for-5 in the twinbill including her second career triple and scored fourtimes.
Freshman Stephanie Rieck recorded her first collegiate hit and RBI in a 2-for-3 performance.
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