MYRTLE BEACH, SC. – The Wesley College women's softball team tallied another two wins at the Fastpitch Dreams Classic in Myrtle Beach on Tuesday; defeating Penn St. – Berks, 5-2, and Baptist Bible College, 10-4. The Wolverines advance to 5-0, guaranteeing a winning percentage when they return from Spring Break.
Steph Caracozza performed exceptionally against the Nittany Lions, scoring two of Wesley's five runs while managing to go 4-4 at the plate. Nina Marcano batted Caracozza in in the first inning when she slammed a triple to centerfield. Three runs scored in the third inning would put Wesley out of reach of Berks although the Nittany Lions fought back scoring one run in the fourth and fifth innings. Lindsay Siok picked up her second win in the 5-2 game.
The Wolverines faced the Bay Path Defenders in game two of the day. Wesley put the first run on the board when Brook Creighton scored in the bottom of the second inning. The Defenders rebounded with three runs in the top of the third inning, putting Wesley behind for the first time this season. This lead did not last long as every Wolverine would come to the plate in the bottom of the third and four runs would score. The Defenders would score one run in the fifth but it was no match to the Wolverines, whom scored in every inning but the first. Creighton managed a 100 on base percentage and scored three runs in as many plate appearances. Kayla Fromal also had a good showing with two hits and two runs scored. Lily Engel struck out six as she picked up her third win of the season in the 10-4 blowout.
The Wolverines return to the diamond on Wednesday, March 11 at 9:30 AM against the Pride of Greensboro College and again at 11:30 AM against the Hilbert College Hawks.