Saturday, April 2
The Alice Lloyd Eagles fell 14-2 on Saturday at the hands of Carlow University at Pippa Passes.
Carlow quickly took the lead in the first, scoring nine runs propelled by a home run from Marla Small.
Two runs in the bottom of the fourth helped the Eagles reduce the deficit. An RBI single by Morgan Albury and an error fueled the Eagles.
Carlow University’s Marla Small, Kenzie Young, Haley Stedeford and Brittany Baxtonal combined for nine hits and nine RBIs.
The Eagles fell 19-1 to Carlow University in game two.
The Celtics managed seven big runs in the top of the second. A ground out scored Natalie Bashada for the inning’s first run. That was followed up by Marla Small’s single.
For the visitors, seven hitters combined for 18 hits, 13 RBIs and 15 runs scored.
For the hosts, Elizabeth Prater was hot from the plate for the Eagles. Prater went 1-2, drove in one, and scored one run. She homered in the third inning to provide the Eagles lone run.
Sunday, April 3
ALC-3; PPU- 20
Point Park University scored 10 runs in the first inning to win going away, 20-3.
After pushing across three runs in the bottom of the third, the Eagles faced just a 13-3 deficit. An error and a two-run single by Emlee Adams triggered the Eagles’ comeback. Finally, Hannah Harley induced an inning-ending grounder from Madison Mooney.
ALC’s Megan Jones did her best to will the Eagles to a win with a two-hit game.
Point Park University’s Kim Corcoran, Shannon Davis, Brittany Zeigler and Chelsea Rogel combined for seven hits and eight RBIs.
ALC-3; PPU- 13
The Eagles swatted 9 hits but fell 13-3 in the nightcap.
The Pioneers never trailed after scoring 12 runs in the first on a two-run double, an error, and five singles.
One run in the bottom of the second helped the Eagles close their deficit to 13-3. An RBI double by Emlee Adams gave the Eagles life, but Madison Haymaker popped out to end the threat.
Lesley Roberts went 2-2 at the plate for the hosts.
Coming to the mound in relief, Morgan Albury handled PPU’s lineup with ease, racking up five strikeouts. Albury allowed just one earned run on four hits and three walks over 4 1/3 innings.