by Humera Gul
Central Connecticut State University women’s softball team swept the Great Danes in a double header at home on Saturday. CCSU beat Albany 13-5 in game one and 9-1 in the second game.
CCSU senior and shortstop Alexis Debrosse, went up to bat four times. She had three hits and three runs. This comes as an improvement since the start of the season.
CCSU’s third baseman, Sarah Ogilivie batted three times. Ogilivie had one hit and two runs in total. Oligivie had two runs batted in and took one base on balls.
CCSU’s centerfielder Brittany Camara, and catcher Brittany McNull,a scored a run each. Camara had two hits and a run batted in, while Mcnulla had one hit and one base on balls.
Emily Sargent pitched for 4.2 innings for CCSU, allowing only one hit. Sargent struck out three batters, facing 15 batters total.
The Blue Devils were down five runs in the first inning before turning it around by dominating at the plate. CCSU scored two runs in the first inning, one in the second inning, four in the third and six in the fifth. CCSU finished with 23 at bats, and 13 runs with 11 hits. Two runs came from the base on balls.
Albany finished with five runs with six hits. Albany also had three base on balls.
The second game ended with CCSU beating Albany 9-1. The Blue Devils while not as fierce at the plate still churned out a win.
Debrosse went up to bat three times, with two hits and one run. Debrosse also took one base on balls and finished the day with five hits and four runs.
CCSU’s second base player Kaitlin Paterson, went up to bat two times. She had two hits and two runs. Paterson also had one run batted in and took two bases on balls. Paterson finished the day with two hits and three runs.
Camara scored two runs on one hit and had two bases on balls. She went up to bat two times in the second game and finished the day with three hits and three runs.
CCSU’s right fielder Kerri Dadalski, had one run and two bases on balls. She went up to bat two times in the second game. Dadalski finished the day with two runs, two hits and three bases on balls.
Sargent pitched the entire second game. She allowed only two hits and one run in her 12th start. Sargent also gave up two bases on balls and had one strike out, facing 18 batters total.
There were no defensive errors made in either game. The Blue Devils will continue the season at Boston College on March 28th.