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SMWC Softball Concludes Spring Training; Pomeroys Defeated By LTU & CUAA

SMWC Softball Concludes Spring Training; Pomeroys Defeated By LTU & CUAA

LEGENDS Way, Fla. -  Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College softball was back in action today for a doubleheader against Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) teams. The Pomeroys faced Lawrence Technological University (15-1) in Game One. Despite the good effort, the Pomeroys offense could not get it done. In Game Two, SMWC and Concordia University-Ann Arbor duked it out in a dog fight. CUAA edged the Pomeroys in a 10-9 win but SMWC had an impressive rally to give them the opportunity to win. The SMWC coaching staff and student-athletes want to thank all the families and friends who traveled to Florida to support them, it was an incredible environment.

Game #9 | vs. Lawrence Technological University

Katelynn Kennedy earned the job as the starting pitcher against the 15-1 LTU Blue Devils. She threw a gem as she allowed just five hits and four runs against a very good Blue Devils team. Jillian Reese, Hailey Miller, and Hollie Jones each tallied one hit. Unfortunately, SMWC lost 4-1 and could not string together enough runs to cut into the deficit.

Game #10 | vs. Concordia University-Ann Arbor

Despite falling behind five runs, SMWC battled back to cut into the Cardinals lead. The comeback fell just short though, in a 10-9 loss to Concordia University-Ann Arbor. The Pomeroys were able to put up seven runs in the attempted comeback. Camryn Scott, Ariel Spivey, Kelsey Young, and Jilliann Reese each picked up RBIs in the rally. The Woods was knocking on the door until CUAA tripled in the fifth inning. Brooke Coffing was in the circle for The Woods She gave up nine runs on 14 hits over four innings, striking out one and walking zero. Taylor Andrew threw two innings in relief. Overall, SMWC racked up ten hits. Hollie Jones, Scott, and Spivey each notched multiple hits for the Pomeroys.

Quote | Head Coach Mike Andrew

How he feels the girls played in their 10-game stretch in Florida...

"I know it didn't look like it but I thought all of our pitchers did a pretty good job. Our team just did not hit the ball very well behind our pitching and we struggled to string runs together at times. Also, we struggled to play defense and we are going to need that to come back. Things to work on but they are all fixable things, I'm proud of our girls."

Who's On Deck?

The Pomeroys will spend tomorrow and Sunday morning in Florida before catching a Southwest flight back to Indiana. SMWC will take the diamond again on Wednesday and Thursday of next week facing Brescia University and Oakland City University.

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