DOVER, DEL – The Wesley College Softball team split with SUNY Cobleskill in an afternoon match up on Sunday, April 13. The Fighting Tigers took game one, 2-1, in a defensive showing while the Wolverines grabbed the night cap, 9-7, as both offenses erupted. The Wolverines now stand at 14-15 on the season and the Fighting Tigers are 3-5.
Both teams had a slow offensive start to the day. The Wolverines had just six hits in the opener while the Tigers grabbed only four. Sarah Saunders and Steph Caracozza each had two hits apiece for Wesley while Madeline DeMilio was the offensive threat for Cobleskill with two hits for the Tigers. DeMilio would score both of the Tigers runs to give her team just enough of an edge to top the Wolverines.
Brianne Gray picked up her first win of the season from the mound while Lindsay Siok, 7-7, would take the loss for the Wolverines.
Game two was a different story. Both Cobleskill and Wesley would double their number of hits from game one and the score would show it. Nina Marcano and Kayla Fromal would light up at the plate, each grabbing three hits to bring the team total to 12 hits in the game.
Lily Engel, 7-6, picks up her first win at Reynolds DuPont field while Gray took the loss in the second game.
The Wolverines travel to Cabrini On Monday, April 14 for a 3:00 PM start.