April 27, 2014
Game 1 Box Score
Game 2 Box Score
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -
The Providence College softball team split a double header against Georgetown on Sunday afternoon on Senior Day. Providence fell in the first game, 1-0, and defeated the Hoyas, 5-4, in the second game. Prior to the start of the game, seniors Kasey Bulman
(Farmingdale, N.J.), Kaitlyn Duval
(Shrewsbury, Mass.) and Marie Flego
(Little Silver, N.J.) were honored.
In the first game, Georgetown (23-21, 9-8) scored the only run of the game in the top of the first on a single that drove in the runner on third base. Freshman Taylor Huntly (Las Vegas, Nev.) pitched in the loss and only yielded two hits while striking out two batters and giving up no earned runs. Lauren O'Leary recorded the win in seven inning pitcher, allowing five hits and striking out five batters.
Providence (6-25, 4-12) gained a quick lead in the second game scoring one run in the bottom of the first when junior Kelsi Luttrell (Mission Viejo, Calif.) singled in sophomore Kiki Baldassari (Denville, N.J.). The Hoyas were quick to respond with one run on two hits in the top of the second and tie the game at 1-1.
The Friars scored in the bottom second to gain a 2-1 advantage. Sophomore Danielle Deraney (Shrewsbury, Mass.) drove in junior Megan Rollings (Marysville, Wash.) on a single to left field. PC added to its lead in the bottom of the third to go up 3-1 on a Rollings single to center that scored Flego.
Georgetown scored one run in the fourth, fifth and sixth to capture a 4-3 lead.
Freshman McKall Miller (Ashburn, Va.) hit a two run home run in the sixth inning to put PC up 5-4.
Sophomore Kiara Amos (Malden, Mass.) struck out the first two batters of the seventh inning and ended the frame by striking out the last Hoya with two runners on.
Amos registered the win on the mound in 2.1 innings pitched. O'Leary took the loss for Georgetown.
The Friars remain home to face non-conference opponent Boston College on Tuesday, April 29. The first pitch is set for 4:00 p.m.