April 17, 2012

Tuesday's Softball Recap

Gettysburg 10-8, Franklin & Marshall 1-0
The Gettysburg College pitching staff held Franklin & Marshall College’s bats at bay and the Bullet bats did the rest in a Centennial Conference sweep at Bobby Jones Field on Tuesday.  With the sweep, Gettysburg (18-11, 9-3 CC) remained in the No. 2 position in the conference standings with only four games remaining in the regular season. The Bullets wrapped up the opener against F&M (12-17-1, 4-8 CC) in just five innings as senior Lanie Parr (pictured, above) allowed only one hit in the 10-1 victory. The hosts also put an early end to the nightcap with an 8-0 decision in six innings powered by another strong pitching performance by freshman Lindsey Treanor

 

Muhlenberg 0-9, Dickinson 1-2
The Dickinson College softball team split a Centennial Conference doubleheader with visiting Muhlenberg on Tuesday night. The Red Devils captured game one, 1-0, but the Mules answered with a 9-2 decision in the nightcap.

 

Lebanon Valley 5-5, Ursinus 6-1
The Ursinus College softball team earned another split on Tuesday as the Bears won game one against Lebanon Valley 6-5, before falling in the night cap 5-1.

 

Washington College 3-7, Swarthmore 2-3
Host Washington College swept visiting Swarthmore this afternoon at Washington College Softball Field in Centennial Conference softball action.  The Shorewomen won game one, 3-2, scoring two runs in their last at-bat, and took game two, 7-3.  WC is 18-15 overall and 10-4 in the conference, while Swarthmore falls to 14-18 and 0-12.