Softball Drops Doubleheader At UNC

PDF Box Score – UNC d. FSU 6-5 (9 inn) UNC d. FSU 1-0

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – Losing a pair of close games, no. 3 Florida State (38-7, 10-5 ACC) was defeated by North Carolina (26-14, 13-5 WP) by a score of 6 in 9 game in game two.

Was selected. T National Pro Fastpitch (NPF) Draft by the Cleveland Comets on Monday night.

“Tonight was a tough one,” said FSU head coach Lonni Alameda. “We didn’t do a great job of bats. North Carolina battled high all day and we didnt consistently match that intensity. Credit for the. T

Game One: North Carolina 6, No. 1 State Florida 5 (9 Innings)
Sydney Sherrill put the Seminoles on the board

RKI single by Megan Dray. The Heels put on runner. T Cali Harrodbounced out of her glove for a single.

Back-to-back UNC errors off the bats of Carsyn Gordon in the inning to take a 2-1 lead.

North Carolina scored a pair of runs in front, 3-2. After a leadoff walk, Kiani Ramsey hit the RBI double to left and she later scored on the FSU error.

Makinzy Herzog open the FSU fourth inning

UNC regained the leader and the RBI double by Zoe Goodman.

The RBI single by. T Dani Morgan, scoring Sherrill who singled earlier in the inning.

After treatment UNC to be in the seventh in the seventh. Sherrill caught.

(1). T (). T Meghan King in the onning on a strikeout and a groundout.

Sherrill gave the Seminoles a 5-4 lead in the top of the season. It is the first time in the game.

UNC got its first baserunner of a one-out single, and following a walk, Brittany Pickett tied the game with a single to right. An intentional walk in the game. T

King of the Switch over 1.0 innings of relief. Herzog pitched t

Game Two: North Carolina 1, No. 2 3 Florida State 0
The first half of the fifth was the first of the fifth. North Carolina scored the unearned runner up of the State State fielding errors.

The Seminoles struggled to figure out UNC starting pitcher Hannah George

Zoe Casas lined and one-out. t Deja Bush. After a fly out, Bush interfered to the end.

King (20-5) allowed six hits and one earned strikeouts in the loss.

The Seminar returns to Hallhassee for the final season, beginning on April 17 against No. 6 Florida (36-9) at 7:00 p.m., in the second game of the Fresh From Florida Sunshine Showdown. Will be broadcast nationally on ESPN2. Page of

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