Softball: Wolves losing streak reaches 13

By CHRIS ZADOROZNY, Sports Editor

The Wolves Softball team was looking to get back on the win column this past week, but failed to do so six times.

They fell to Lourdes College, Cornerstone, and Indiana Tech. They lost all six games, a combined 42-15. The only close game was against Indiana Tech, a 5-4 loss.

Courtesy UMD Softball Twitter

Courtesy UMD Softball Twitter

Leading the way for the Wolves in the games, junior infielder, Michelle Hollister with one hit and two RBI’s in the first game against Lourdes, while junior centerfielder, Chelsea Pomaville had a run and two hits in the second game. Lourdes came out on top, 13-6 in the first game, and 5-1 in the second game.

Against Cornerstone, the Wolves were only able to muster one run in two games, getting rocked 8-0 in the first game, and 6-1 in the second game. In both games, the Wolves had only four hits. In the first game, the hits came from freshman centerfielder, Maria Rodriguez, sophomore shortshop Lindsay Taylor, freshman third baseman, Makenzie Trowbridge, and sophomore designated hitter, Amelia Mittelburn.

In the second game, the hits came from Rodriguez, Trowbridge, freshman leftfielder, Valerie Bertani, and freshman designated hitter, Samantha Zarins.

The Wolves traveled to Indiana Tech, the Wolves lost the first game 5-3 and the second game, 5-4.

This week, they play Davenport on Saturday, April 13 at home, and travel to Siena Heights on Sunday for a doubleheader. The Wolves currently sit last in the WHAC with a record of 0-6 in conference play, and a 4-25 overall record.

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