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Boston University Defeats UMBC, 4-0, in No-Hitter
The Terriers got on the board in the first inning on a solo homer by center fielder April Setterlund, then added three in the third on an RBI double by right fielder Caitlin Rentler and a two-run homer by second baseman Emily Roesch.
Hardy retired the first nine batters of the game before UMBC second baseman Lauren Brummell (
Hardy struck out seven to improve to 10-4 on the season. UMBC starter Stephanie Weigman (Elkridge, Md./Archbishop Spalding) suffered the loss to fall to 13-9. She allowed four runs on nine hits and two walks while striking out two in seven innings.