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Softball Splits Doubleheader with Cross-Town Rival Towson
Lauren Brummell went 3-for-6 with a double and a run in two games against Towson.
BALTIMORE—The UMBC softball team (18-10) split a doubleheader with cross-town rival Towson (13-9) Tuesday afternoon at UMBC Softball Stadium, winning the first game, 4-2, before falling in the nightcap, 6-1.
Game 1: UMBC 4,
UMBC starter Stephanie Weigman (
The Retrievers used three hits and a pair of Tiger errors to score three runs in the second. Pinch hitter Kaela Mason (Bel Air,
UMBC added an insurance run in the sixth on an RBI single by catcher Amanda Page (
Towson scored both of its runs in the seventh on a triple by pinch hitter Chrissy Landis and an RBI groundout by designated player Lindsey Kent.
The Tigers reached UMBC starter Amanda Fefel (
After stranding runners on second and third in the fifth, the Retrievers finally cracked the scoreboard an inning later on back-to-back doubles by right fielder Lauren Brummell (
Brummell, Fefel and third baseman Krista Kearns (
The Retrievers return to action this weekend when they open America East Conference play with a three-game series against