SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (USF) – The University of Sioux Falls softball workforce got here away with the sweep in Monday’s doubleheader at Sherman Park with a Game 1 rating of 6-3 and Game 2 rating of 13-1.
Game 1: UMC 3, USF 6
The Cougars got here away with a come from behind victory in recreation one by a rating of 6-3.
USF bought on the board within the backside of the first inning after a Kylan Straight stroll and stolen base, adopted by a Reese Holzhueter RBI double to left middle subject to make it 1-0. UM-Crookston was stored scoreless till the third inning once they introduced throughout three runs to take a 3-1 lead heading to the fifth inning.
In the underside of the fifth inning, Kylan Straight started the inning with a single, adopted by a pink scorching Kait Van Der Zwaag who hit a two-run blast to tie the sport at 3-3. Freshman Reese Holzhueter adopted up Kait with a double to proper subject, adopted by a Kennedy Thomas single. Rylie Jones did her half as she hit a sacrifice fly to middle subject, to make it 4-3 for the Cougars after 5 innings of play.
Hanna Cress made fast work within the high half of the sixth inning and the Cougars added some insurance coverage runs which began with singles by Freshman Taryn Wagner and Senior Kylan Straight getting on base. Kait Van Der Zwaag got here as much as the plate and smashed her 2nd dwelling run of the sport and fourth HR in two days for the Cougars. Cress completed the job within the high of the seventh inning, ending the sport by a rating of 6-3.
The Cougars completed with 13 hits on the day led by Kylan Straight with three, adopted by Kait Van Der Zwaag, Reese Holzhueter, and Kylie Madrid with two hits apiece, and Megan Lawson, Kennedy Thomas, Rylie Jones, and Taryn Wagner every with one hit on the day.
From the circle, Hanna Cress picked up the victory with an entire recreation, surrendering 5 hits, two earned runs, one stroll, and struck out eight UMC hitters on the day.
Game 2: UMC 1, USF 13
USF picked up a win in Game 2 of the doubleheader by a rating of 13-1 on Monday afternoon in 5 innings.
The first inning has been form to the Cougars as of late this season. Kylan Straight began issues off with a bunt single within the high of the 1stinning, adopted by a Kait Van Der Zwaag stroll, and a Kennedy Thomas fielder’s selection introduced throughout Kylan Straight for the primary run of the ball recreation. Senior Kylie Madrid hit a single up the center, scoring Kennedy Thomas and Kait Van Der Zwaag to make it 3-0 after one inning.
The second inning, the Cougars scorching bats continued as Taryn Wagner began the inning with a single, adopted by a single by Kylan Straight to place the stress on the Eagles protection. Megan Lawson added one other two-RBI single, scoring each Wagner and Straight to make it 5-1 for USF. Kait Van Der Zwaag took a success by pitch, and Lexie Swift added a two-run RBI double to increase the result in 7-1 for the Cougars via two innings of play.
The third inning, USF continued to swing the sticks as Taryn Wagner and Megan Lawson began issues off with singles. Danielle Klenke got here to the plate with an RBI double of her personal, adopted by a sacrifice fly by Kait Van Der Zwaag to increase the result in 9-1 for the Cougars. Kennedy Thomas wrapped up the inning with an RBI single of her personal, scoring Danielle Klenke to make it 11-1 after the 3rdinning.
The fourth inning got here round and Kylie Madrid began off the inning with a single, adopted by a Damaris Cuevas stroll, and Megan Lawson’s RBI double to deliver dwelling Madrid to make it 12-1 for USF. Danielle Klenke reached by error, advancing Lawson to third base and Kait Van Der Zwaag stored her scorching streak going as she hit an RBI single, scoring Lawson to make it 13-1. UMC scored two runs within the high of the fifth inning and the Cougars Kennedy Thomas shut the door with the run-rule victory by a rating of 13-1 for USF.
The Cougars completed with fourteen hits on the day led by Megan Lawson and Kylie Madrid with three base knocks, adopted by Kylan Straight, and Taryn Wagner with two hits every, and Danielle Klenke, Kait Van Der Zwaag, Kennedy Thomas, and Lexie Swift every with one hit on the day.
From the circle, Kait Van Der Zwaag picked up the victory, pitching 4 innings, surrendering three hits, one earned run, three strikeouts and 0 walks. Kennedy Thomas got here in for the ultimate inning, surrendering three hits, giving up two runs, and hanging out one UMC hitter on the day.