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Pomeroys Split with Brescia University; Jones Breaks Career Stolen Base Record

Pomeroys Split with Brescia University; Jones Breaks Career Stolen Base Record

SAINT MARY OF THE WOODS, Ind. -  SMWC battled Brescia University in a doubleheader yesterday afternoon and split in the series. The Bearcats stole the first game while the Pomeroys were able to come back in win game two. 

Game #21 | vs. Brescia University

SMWC fought back after trailing five runs in the fourth inning. The comeback fell just short as they fell 6-4 to Brescia University. The Pomeroys scored one run on a single in the seventh inning. Brooke Coffing took the loss for SMWC, she allowed 11 hits and six runs. She added four strikeouts. The Pomeroys were led by Camryn Scott who went 2-for-3 on the day.

Game #22 | vs. Brescia University

Despite seeing its five-run lead dwindled down by the end, SMWC held off Brescia University for a 6-5 victory. SMWC got on the board in the first inning when Katelynn Kennedy's sac fly scored one run. The Pomeroys would tally four runs in the fourth inning. Kennedy later hit a grand slam. Taylor Andrew took the win for The Woods. She went seven innings, allowing five runs on eight hits, striking out four and walking zero. The Pomeroys collected ten hits on the day. Kindra Gingerich, Nicole Niespodziany and Hailey Miller each tallied multiple hits.

Quote | Hollie Jones

How she thought the team played as a whole today...

"The first game didn't go too well. We should have come in with more confidence but we seemed kind of flat. The second game we came back ready to fight and battle."

On what it felt like to break the career stolen base record at SMWC...

Breaking the stolen base record in 3 years rather than 4 was exciting but also a huge relief. I felt like I had a lot of pressure trying to hit, get on, and move people around. Now I am happy to go up there relaxed, not thinking and just trying to make contact with the ball. Overall, today showed us not to doubt a team so now we are ready to kick butt tomorrow."

Who's On Deck?

The Pomeroys will be back on the diamond tomorrow against Asbury University in Wilmore, Kentucky. The first pitch of the doubleheader is scheduled for 5:00 p.m. ET.

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