Morrisville State softball overpowered by Waldorf

Morrisville State softball overpowered by Waldorf



Waldorf College posted a 10 run inning in each of the scheduled double header contests Friday, overpowering Morrisville State as they collected non-conference wins in Myrtle Beach by finals of 12-2 and 18-0.

In the first of the day, Morrisville State held a 2-1 lead after two innings before being lit up in the bottom of the third by Waldorf with a 10 run inning. 

Liz Miller (East Greenbush, N.Y.) led the Mustang efforts from the plate, hitting 2-of-3 for a run, as Morrisville State posted just five hits in 19 at bats on the day. Beth Marr (Lindenhurst, N.Y.) added a 1-for-2 effort, registering the Mustangs lone RBI on a single in the top of the first inning.

Krista Baxter (Downsville, N.Y.) posted the loss on the mound, throwing four innings and allowing seven earned runs.

In the second of the day's action, Waldorf used a 10-run opening inning to had Morrisville State the 18-0 loss in five innings.

Hawley threw the no-hitter for Waldorf, posting the win with three strikeouts.

Erika Kenney (Duanesburg, N.Y.) posted the loss on the mound, throwing three innings and allowing one earned run before being relieved by Kendra Deno (Downsville, N.Y.) for the final two. Deno posted two strikeouts and allowed four earned runs.

The Mustangs are scheduled to return to the field Thursday, March 27 against Elmira, weather pending.

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