Softball stumbles in doubleheader to Cabrini

Softball stumbles in doubleheader to Cabrini

RADNOR, Pa. – The Wesley College softball team were swept by the Cabrini Cavaliers in an Atlantic East Conference doubleheader on the road on Saturday.

Game 1 – Cabrini 6, Wesley 2

Wesley were victims of the big inning as Cabrini scored six runs in the fourth inning to pick up the 6-2 win in the doubleheader opener.

Wesley scored first in the second inning when Amanda Curry scampered home when Megan DiRubbio reached on a fielder's choice.

After Cabrini plated six runs in the fourth, Wesley got a run back in the fifth when Karina Cardona hit a solo homer to center field.

Cardona had a pair of hits in the loss while DiRubbio collected a hit in the seventh inning.

Game 2 – Cabrini 16, Wesley 6 (6 inn.)

Cardona would homer for the fourth consecutive game, but Wesley was upended by Cabrini, 16-6.

Wesley would score a run in the second and third innings to take an early 2-0 lead. After back-to-back singles started the second inning, Miranda Kinney came around to score when Bianca Newsom reached on an error by the Cabrini pitcher. Dori Loukopoulos plated DiRubbio in the third inning on an RBI double.

Cabrini tied the game at two in the third inning, but Wesley responded with three runs in the fourth, two of which came on a two-out single by Brooke Retkowski. Once again, Cabrini nodded the game with three runs in the fourth inning and took the 10-6 lead behind a four-run fifth.

Cardona's solo home run, her second of the day, would cut the Cabrini lead to 10-7 in the sixth but Cabrini responded with seven runs in the bottom half of the sixth to walk off with the win.

DiRubbio and Loukopoulos both tallied two hits for Wesley. DiRubbio and Cardona each scored twice while Kinney registered a hit and a run scored.

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Wesley (12-16, 1-3 Atlantic East) steps out of conference play when they host the Eastern Eagles in a doubleheader on Thursday, April 11. Prior to first pitch of the doubleheader at 3 p.m., Wesley will honor members of the College's faculty and staff.