The Chattanooga Lady Mocs softball team used a 13-hit performance in a 9-1 six innings run-rule victory at UNC Greensboro on Saturday afternoon. Game two was scoreless in the top of the third with one on for Chattanooga before rain came and postponed the contest till 1 p.m. on Sunday.
The Chattanooga Lady Mocs softball team notched a 2-0 shutout win in game one before out-slugging Furman, 12-7, in the second contest to complete the sweep on Saturday afternoon at Frost Stadium. Sophomore outfielder Stephanie Rieck (Chandler, Ariz.) continued her hitting streak to 15 games, while senior pitcher Michelle Fuzzard (Huntington Beach, Calif.) registered her third-career multi-home run game to move atop of the school total bases mark with 436.
04/18/2012 SB: Willis - UAB Postgame
The Chattanooga Lady Mocs used a walk-off RBI single by junior shortstop Ninjja Suetsugu (Sao Paulo, Brazil) to clinch a 9-8 win in game one against UAB, but would fall in the nightcap, 6-2, at Frost Stadium. Freshman outfielder Cheyenne Willis (Manchester, Tenn.) and sophomore outfielder Stephanie Rieck (Chandler, Ariz.) at the top of the lineup combined for eight hits in the doubleheader.
The Chattanooga Lady Mocs softball team tallied 16 hits and tied a season-high six doubles, but would leave 14 runners on base as the home team rallied twice at Frost Stadium to tie the contest at three in the seventh and eventually win in the eighth, 5-4, against Western Carolina. Game-tying singles were hit by junior second baseman Ninjja Suetsugu (Sao Paulo, Brazil) and freshman outfielder Cheyenne Willis (Manchester, Tenn.), while senior catcher Vivian Morimoto (Sao Paulo, Brazil) sent home the game-winning run on a bases loaded hit by pitch.
The Chattanooga Lady Mocs softball team swept the Friday doubleheader against Elon, 14-11 and 4-3, at Frost Stadium. The two contests that lasted over a combined six-and-a-half hours took their toll mentally and physically, fatiguing both teams.
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