RADNOR, Pa. – The Wesley College softball team advanced to 16-16 after a pair of wins in non-conference action over Cabrini (12-15). This win gives the Wolverines more wins than the team has had under coach Juli Greep's tutelage.
Game one showed a powerful Wesley offense. Nina Marcano scored the first run of the game with a home run over the left field fence. Kayla Fromal also put a ball out of the park that scored Steph Caracozza and Morgan Seymour, garnering a game high three RBI's. Breanna Hartman would also have a good game at the plate with two RBI's on two hits.
The team would have 13 hits in the game and score eight runs to give Lindsay Siok win, 8-3.
Game two would be a much closer contest but would show that Sarah Saunders and Caracozza are forces to be reckoned with. Caracozza would have three hits on three at bats and make it to the plate three times. Saunders would hit her first homerun of the season and grabbing all six of the teams RBI's. The game ended after six innings due to darkness but the Wolverines were able to hold on to win 6-5.
Lily Engel took the win in game two, allowing 10 hits and five earned runs.
The Wolverines return to the pitch on Monday, April 21 at 3:00 PM for their last home game of the season.