Monday, March 30, 2015

East Coast Conference Players of the Week

This week's East Coast Conference Player of the Week awards are listed below. More information is available in the weekly reports that are attached. 

Men's Lacrosse
Player of the Week: Matty Beccaris, LIU Post (North Babylon, N.Y./North Babylon HS)
Goalkeeper of the Week: Ryan Toomey, Molloy College (Hicksville, N.Y./Hicksville HS)
Rookie of the Week: Eddie Hillkewicz, Dowling College (Shirley, N.Y./William Floyd HS)

Honor Roll: Luke Miller, NYIT (Mastic, N.Y./William Floyd HS); Alex Setlzer, NYIT (Plainview, N.Y./Plainview JFK HS); Brian White, Dowling College (Bayport, N.Y./Bayport-Blue Point HS); Jesse Wood, Mercy College (Binghamton, N.Y./Seton Catholic Central)

Women's Lacrosse
Player of the Week: Loren Dunn, Roberts Wesleyan College (East Rochester, N.Y./East Rochester HS)
Goalkeeper of the Week: Olivia Kirk, LIU Post (Farmingdale, N.Y./Farmingdale HS)
Rookie of the Week: Abigail Benesh, University of Bridgeport (Horseheads, N.Y./Horseheads HS)

Honor Roll: Jackie Andersen, Dowling College (Shirley, N.Y./William Floyd HS); Emily Delany, LIU Post (Long Valley, N.J./West Morris HS); Courtney McGrath, St. Thomas Aquinas College (Nanuet, N.Y./Nanuet HS); Gabrielle Valela, University of Bridgeport (Lindenhurst, N.Y./Lindenhurst HS)

Player of the Week: Anthony Brunetti, LIU Post (Bayville, N.Y./Holy Trinity HS)
Pitcher of the Week: Ronald Bauer, Molloy College (Hicksville, N.Y./Hicksville HS)
Rookie of the Week: Joseph Pena, St. Thomas Aquinas College (Brooklyn, N.Y./The Perkiomen School)

Honor Roll: Cameron Burt, Queens College (Mattituck, N.Y./Mattituck HS); RJ Going, Dowling College (Islip, N.Y./Islip HS); Connor McCarthy, LIU Post (Westbury, N.Y./W.T. Clarke HS); Kevin Podell, Molloy College (Wantagh, N.Y./St. Dominic HS)

Co-Player of the Week: Ashley Fedor, Molloy College (Monroe, Conn./Masuk HS)
Co-Player of the Week: Monique Roberge, Queens College (New Hyde Park, N.Y./Sewanhaka HS)
Pitcher of the Week: Ashley Martin, LIU Post (Long Beach, N.Y./Long Beach HS)
Rookie of the Week: Olivia Banulski, Molloy College (Bristol, Conn./Bristol Central)

Honor Roll: Tracey Balinskas, Molloy College (Edison, N.J./Edison HS); Arianna La Puma, Dowling College (Centereach, N.Y./Centereach HS); Brenda Lee, Molloy College (Corona, Calif./Santiago HS); Samantha McDonald, St. Thomas Aquinas (New City, N.Y./Clarkstown South HS)

Men's Tennis
Player of the Week: Matej Selecky, NYIT (Bratislava, Slovakia/Sport Gymnasium Ostreedkova 10)
Rookie of the Week: Aaron Stahl, St. Thomas Aquinas (Duesseldorf, Germany/Goerres Gymnasium)

Honor Roll: Rok Bozic, University of the District of Columbia (Ljubljana, Slovenia/Srednja Ekonomska Sola Roska); Diego Pinto, University of the District of Columbia (Santa Cruz, Bolivia/Franco Bolivia)

Men's Track & Field
Track Athlete of the Week: Conor Gallagher, Molloy College (Belle Harbor, N.Y./Cathedral Prep Seminary)
Field Athlete of the Week: Angel Alers-Rosario, Queens College (Bay Shore, N.Y./Bay Shore HS)

Honor Roll: Andrew Nadler, Queens College (Long Island City, N.Y./Xavier HS)

Women's Track & Field
Track Athlete of the Week: Simone Grant, University of the District of Columbia (Bronx, N.Y./Pelham Prep Academy)
Field Athlete of the Week: Katie Gallagher, Molloy College (North Massapequa, N.Y./St. Anthony's HS)

Honor Roll: Terrilyn Britton, Queens College (Queens Village, N.Y./Gateway to Health Sciences HS); Stephanie Meyer, Molloy College (Seaford, N.Y./Seaford HS); Danely Reodriguez, Queens College (Bay Shore, N.Y./Bay Shore HS)

This Week in Bowie State Athletics

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Tuesday, March 31                                   Tennis vs. Elizabeth City State University (Doubleheader)                         2 pm
                                                                        (Bowie, MD – Campus Courts)

Wednesday, April 1                                 Tennis at Goldey-Beacom College                                                                     2 pm
                                                                        (Wilmington, DE)

Saturday, April 4                                       Softball hosts New York Institute of Technology (Doubleheader)      1 and 3 pm
                                                                        (Bowie, MD – Lady Bulldogs Field)
                                                                        LIVE STATS

                                                                        Outdoor Track and Field and Ramapo College                                              All Day
                                                                        (Mahwah, NJ)

Sunday, March 29, 2015

East Coast Conference Players of the Week

This week's East Coast Conference Player of the Week awards are listed below. 

Men's Lacrosse
Player of the Week: Luke Miller, NYIT (Mastic, N.Y./William Floyd HS)
Goalkeeper of the Week: Adam Winne, LIU Post (Ridgefield, Conn./Ridgefield HS)
Rookie of the Week: Ryan Toomey, Molloy College (Hicksville, N.Y./Hicksville HS)

Honor Roll: Hunter Curran, Dominican College (Virginia Beach, Va./Frank W. Cox HS); Joe Leonard, Molloy College (Hicksville, N.Y./Hicksville HS); Michael Schneider, Mercy College (West Babylon, N.Y./West Babylon HS); Ryan Slane, LIU Post (North Babylon, N.Y./North Babylon HS)

Women's Lacrosse
Co-Player of the Week: Connor Bird, LIU Post (Syosset, N.Y./Syosset HS)
Co-Player of the Week: Katie Menecke, Dowling College (Manorville, N.Y./Eastport-South Manor HS)
Goalkeeper of the Week: Shannon Knapp, Roberts Wesleyan College (Lafayette, N.Y./Lafayette HS)
Rookie of the Week: Jessica Markowitz, Molloy College (Baldwin, N.Y./Baldwin HS)

Honor Roll: Loren Dunn, Roberts Wesleyan College (East Rochester, N.Y./East Rochester HS); Mary Pat Gibble, Queens College (Whitehouse Station, N.J./Hunterdon Central HS); Cooper Sesselman, Molloy College (Lindenhurst, N.Y./Lindenhurst HS); Gabrielle Valela, University of Bridgeport (Lindenhurst, N.Y./Lindenhurst HS)

Player of the Week: Stanley Susana, St. Thomas Aquinas College (Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic/Cardinal Hayes HS)
Co-Pitcher of the Week: Kyle DeMeo, Dowling College (Franklin Square, N.Y./H. Frank Carey HS)
Co-Pitcher of the Week: Matt Nalbone, Mercy College (Islip, N.Y./Islip HS)
Rookie of the Week: Thomas Parish, Queens College (Cortlandt Manor, N.Y./Walter Panas HS)

Honor Roll: Thomas Asbaty, LIU Post (Randolph, N.J./Randolph HS); Diego Gonzalez, Queens College (College Point, N.Y./Benjamin Cardozo HS); Scott Hagan, Mercy College (Mamaroneck, N.Y./Mamaroneck HS); Daniel Parisi, Dowling College (Shirley, N.Y./Longwood HS)

Player of the Week: Tammy Vermeulan, Dowling College (Patchogue, N.Y./Bayport-Blue Point HS)
Pitcher of the Week: Megan Salcido, LIU Post (Brawley, Calif./Brawley Union HS)
Rookie of the Week: Kristen Andrews, Dowling College (Commack, N.Y./Commack HS)

Honor Roll: Jessica Griesinger, University of Bridgeport (Brewster, N.Y./Brewster HS); Catherine Havens, LIU Post (Eastport, N.Y./Eastport-South Manor HS); Chelsea Hawks, Molloy College (Wading River, N.Y./Shoreham-Wading River HS); Stevianne Ognibene, Queens College (West Islip, N.Y./West Islip HS)

Men's Tennis
Player of the Week: Julio Pulido, NYIT (Caceras, Spain/IES Norba Caesarina)
Rookie of the Week: Alexis Baguelin, University of the District of Columbia (LeHoulme, France/Lycee Rey)

Honor Roll: Diego Pinto, University of the District of Columbia (Santa Cruz, Bolivia/Franco Bolivia)

Men's Track & Field
Track Athlete of the Week: Thomas Rodger, Roberts Wesleyan College (Uxbridge, Mass./Whitinsville Christian Academy)
Field Athlete of the Week: Patrick Dorsey, Daemen College (Cheektowaga, N.Y./John F. Kennedy HS)

Honor Roll: Alex Reid, Daemen College (Lockport, N.Y./Lockport HS)

Women's Track & Field
Track Athlete of the Week: Rachel Hust, Roberts Wesleyan College (Rochester, N.Y./Gates-Chili HS)
Field Athlete of the Week: None Nominated

Honor Roll: Mackenzie Donahue, Daemen College (East Aurora, N.Y./East Aurora HS)

Bowie State Softball Sweeps Virginia State 10-5 and 13-0 in CIAA North Clash

PETERSBURG, Va. – The Bowie State University softball team picked up CIAA Northern Division victories at Virginia State University on Saturday (3/28) afternoon by scores of 10-5 and 13-0.

Freshman Emily Lewis (Aberdeen, Md.) paced the Lady Bulldogs with four hits and five RBI over the two games. Bowie State (7-11, 5-3 CIAA, 2-0 North) pounded out 28 total hits in the twin bill.

Virginia State (4-15, 2-6 CIAA, 0-2 North) had six plays to recorded two hits each in the doubleheader. Jamilia Smith (Halifax, Va.) had the biggest hit, a three-run homer in game one for the Trojans.

Bowie State wasted no time, jumping out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning of the first game. Senior Cassandra Clayborne (Damascus, Md.) started the game with a triple and scored on a sacrifice fly by junior Danielle Watt (St. Leonard, Md.). Freshman pitcher Nicoleen Ochoa (Madison, Ohio) reached on a Virginia State error followed by Caitlin O’Neill (Elkton, Md.) walk. Lewis stepped up and slapped a single, scoring Ochoa for a 3-0 advantage.

The Trojans took their first and only lead of game one in the bottom of the 3rd inning following a 3-run homer by Smith, giving Virginia State a 3-2 advantage.

The Lady Bulldogs pushed two more across the dish in the top of the 3rd inning to shift the advantage back over to the visitors at 4-3. However, Virginia State tied the game at 4-all in their half of the third.

Bowie State’s Ochoa hit her first collegiate homer of the season, a two-run blast in the top half of the 4th inning. With two outs, Lewis doubled followed by another double, this time by freshman Hannah Lewis (St. Leonard, Md.), scoring Lewis and created a small cushion at 7-4.

Virginia State added one to the scoreboard in the bottom of the 5th inning via Janay Joseph (Eastern Shore, Va.) that scored Smith.

The Lady Bulldogs added three insurance runs in the top of the 6th inning to seal the 10-5 victory. Three Virginia State 6th inning errors assisted in Bowie State’s scoring opportunities.

Like the first game, the Lady Bulldogs struck first in the top of the 1st inning of game two. Clayborne led off with a double and scored on three straight wild pitches for the early 1-0 lead. Watt and Ochoa followed with back-to-back triples, forcing Virginia State pitcher Rebecca Elder out of the circle.

By this point, it was clear Bowie State was on a mission and ended their share of the 1st inning with a 4-0 lead.

O’Neill began the 3rd inning with a single followed by Lewis’ second homer of the afternoon and a 6-0 advantage.

The Lady Bulldogs blew game two wide open in the top of the 4th inning, scoring six runs on six hits and put the final nail in the Trojans coffin in the top of the 5th inning to claim the 13-0 win.

Bowie State rocked four different Virginia State pitchers, holding a 16-4 hit advantage in the final contest of the afternoon.

Clayborne and Lewis led Bowie State in game two with three hits each and five different Lady Bulldogs recorded a pair of hits each.

Bowie State returns to action on Sunday (March 29th) making a stop at conference foe Virginia Union University. First pitch of the doubleheader between the Lady Bulldogs and Lady Panthers is 12 noon.

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Sunday, March 22, 2015

Bowie State Tops Virginia State to Win CIAA Bowling Championship

Fifth Conference Crown for the Lady Bulldogs

 – Bowie State University capped a dominant three-day run in the CIAA Bowling Championship with a conference title at AMF Western Branch Lanes on Sunday, March 22, 2015.

Bowie State defeated defending champion Virginia State University 4-1 in the finals to finish unbeaten in four bracket play matches. Virginia State needed two wins for its second straight crown, but Bowie State erased any thoughts of the tournament heading to a second game.

Led by Co-Most Valuable Bowlers Ambrianna Bankston and Shayla Lightfoot, Bowie State won the last three games in the championship match to earn its fifth CIAA title, including its third in six seasons. After Virginia State won game two 173-165 to even the match at 1-1, Bowie State captured the next three games 149-138, 183-165 and 147-134 for the victory. The game one score was 169-142 Bowie State.

Head Coach Kenneth Scott of Bowie State says the score is not indicative of how tough the match was against Virginia State, which reached the final round for the fourth consecutive year.

"When we play Virginia State, it is always a battle," Scott said. "We bring our A game and they bring their A game. It is a matter who executes."

As it turned out, the Lady Bulldogs were the team which threw the most strikes and spares.

"It was all about execution," Scott said. "The girls knew that if they hit their target and pick up spares, and execute the way they were supposed to, that everything would take care of itself."

The championship match reflected how well the Lady Bulldogs bowled in the tournament. They were virtually unchallenged over the weekend.

Bowie State was the only team to knock down more than 4,000 pins in preliminary team matches on Friday. When preliminary Baker match play concluded Saturday morning, the Lady Bulldogs earned the top seed in bracket play with a 219-total pin count lead over Virginia State.

Bowie State breezed through its bracket play matches, needing only four matches to claim the conference championship. The Lady Bulldogs defeated No. 8 seed Virginia Union University 4-1 to advance to the winner's bracket where they beat No. 6 seed Shaw University 4-0 and No. 4 seed Fayetteville State University 4-1.

The Lady Bulldogs were well rested while No. 2 seed Virginia State had to work its way to the finals through the elimination bracket after losing 4-0 to Fayetteville State in the winner's bracket. The championship round was the sixth match for Virginia State in bracket play.

That Bowie State won the CIAA title was fitting. The Lady Bulldogs won most of the top league honors during the CIAA Bowling Awards Ceremony on Saturday including Bowler of the Year (Lightfoot), Rookie of the Year (Sierra Davis) and Coach of the Year (Scott). They also won the CIAA Bowling Highest Grade Point Average Award and received their trophy for winning the Northern Division after finishing the regular season with only one conference loss. Scott says the accolades are the result of the work his team has put in since the offseason.

"At the beginning of the year, all the girls set up individual and team goals," Scott said. "They worked on them and stayed committed to them. They had outside instructors coaching them over the summer. When we didn't practice, they went to the lanes and practiced on their own. They were dedicated and wanted to make sure that the seniors went out as winners.

"I didn't realize they were as special as they were until midseason," Scott added. "That's when they started to click and I could actually see where they were trying to go. One of the goals was to go undefeated in the regular season and they came up one game short on that, but they reached the rest of them."

Scott was a little concerned about his team after the awards ceremony, but the Lady Bulldogs re-focused on the task at hand.

"I was a little nervous that the awards would go to their heads and they would lose their focus and concentration," Scott said. "We gave them their 15 minutes of celebration and then we put the trophies away. I told them it was day one [of the tournament] and we were starting from scratch."

The Lady Bulldogs picked up right where they left off in the regular season.

"It was something we worked for since the beginning of the season," said Lightfoot, a senior. "We came into the tournament and we weren't losing anything. It is a great feeling to go out with a championship."

Each Bowie State coach and team member received a trophy after winning the title. The team members are Lightfoot, Ambrianna Bankston, Keyandra Bankston, Makyra Bankston, Davis, Ashley Wade and Shannon Weaver. The assistant coaches are Andrew Campbell, Laverne Campbell and Denard Bankston.

The All-CIAA Tournament team consists of Brittany Rowe of Johnson C. Smith, Davis of Bowie State, Nicole Sciortino of Saint Augustine's, Brooke Roberts of Elizabeth City State and Rebecca Clements of Virginia State.



Sunday's Results
Winner's Bracket

Bowie State d. Shaw 4-0
Fayetteville State d. Virginia State 4-0
Bowie State d. Fayetteville State 4-1

Elimination Bracket
Saint Augustine's d. Johnson C. Smith 4-2
Elizabeth City State d. Virginia Union 4-1
Elizabeth City State d. Shaw 4-0
Virginia State d. Saint Augustine's 4-1
Virginia State d. Elizabeth City State 4-1
Virginia State d. Fayetteville State 4-2

Championship Round
Bowie State d. Virginia State 4-1

Bowie State Softball Closes Out CIAA Round-Up with 1-2 Record on Final Day

RALEIGH, N.C. – The Bowie State University softball team closed out their participation in the CIAA Round-Up with a victory over Saint Augustine’s University and setbacks versus Shaw University and Winston-Salem State University. Overall, the Lady Bulldogs record stands at 5-11 and 3-3 in league play.

Freshman Nicoleen Ochoa (Madison, Ohio) paced the Lady Bulldogs with three hits and five runs on day two and four other Bowie State players had two hits each. Ochoa also earned Bowie State’s lone victory in the circle on Sunday (3/22).

Freshman Jacqueline Pickering (Bowie, Md.) led Bowie State on Sunday with 3 RBI, a triple, a homer and two stolen bases.

Bowie State overcame a 9-4, 4th inning deficit to defeat Saint Augustine’s 11-10 in extra (8) innings. Ochoa and Pickering accounted for a pair of hits each while five other Lady Bulldog players tallied one hit apiece.

The Saint Augustine’s trio of Meranda Zanni, Jo’Landa White and Marley Parker recorded three hits each for the Lady Falcons.

In the second game of the day, Shaw held a 3-0 advantage after three innings and held off Bowie State’s late inning charge to claim a 6-4 victory. The Lady Bulldogs tallied six hits in the loss with six different BSU players getting one hit each.

Shaw was led by Tiffany Brooks and Shanice Anderson with two hits each. In total, Shaw had eight hits and Krystal Laflora earned the victory in the circle.

The Lady Bulldogs faced the defending CIAA Champions of Winston-Salem State in the final game of the weekend and were shutout 8-0 in five innings. Bowie State managed just one hit in the contest and that came off the bat of junior Deanna Matlock (Pomona, Calif.).

Samantha Gibbs led Winston-Salem’s batters with three hits and Mercedes Hargett recorded two RBI for the Lady Rams. Hargett pitched all five innings, striking out seven.

Bowie State will enjoy spring break before returning to action on Saturday (3/28) at Virginia State. The Lady Bulldogs follow that with a Sunday (3/29) clash at Virginia Union.

Saint Augustine's vs Bowie State
Mar 22, 2015 at Raleigh, NC (Walnut Creek Complex)

Saint Augustine's 10

Player  ab   r   h rbi  bb  so  po   a lob 
RIOS,Jasmine cf/lf 
WHITE,Deja c 
   STUTTS,Hannah dh 
ZANNI,Meranda p/2b 
WHITE,Jo'Landa dh/c 
MCPHAUL,Akera 2b/cf 
PARKER,Marley rf 
HILL,Korey lf/p 
WALTERS,Taylor 1b 
NOLAND,Danyelle ss 
PETERSEN,Tyanna 3b 
Totals 39 10 13 10 22 

Bowie State 11 (5-9)

Player  ab   r   h rbi  bb  so  po   a lob 
CLAYBORNE,Cassandra cf 
WATT,Danielle 3b 
OCHOA,Nicoleen p 
O'NEIL,Caitlin 2b 
LEWIS,Emily c 
MATLOCK,Deanna 1b 13 
BETHKE,Hailey lf 
PICKERING,Jacqueline ss 
WILLIS,Hannah rf 
Totals 32 11 24 16 
Score by Innings                   R  H  E
Saint Augustine's... 310 500 10 - 10 13  3
Bowie State......... 002 143 01 - 11  9  4
Note: 1 out, 0 runners LOB when the game ended.
Saint Augustine's  ip er bb so wp bk hbp ibb ab bf fo go 
ZANNI,Meranda  4.2 21 27 
HILL,Korey L 2.2 11 13 
Bowie State  ip er bb so wp bk hbp ibb ab bf fo go 
OCHOA,Nicoleen W,4-5 8.0 13 10 39 41 16 
Win - OCHOA,N. (4-5). Loss - HILL,K. (). Save - None. WP - ZANNI,M.; HILL,K. 4. HBP - by ZANNI,M. (O'NEIL,C.); by ZANNI,M. (CLAYBORNE,C.). PB - WHITE,J. 3.Umpires - HP: Tyler Riggs 1B: Michael Long
Start: 11:30 am Time: 2:30 Attendance: 134
Weather: Cloudy - 62 Degrees

Bowie State vs Shaw
Mar 22, 2015 at Raleigh, NC (Walnut Creek Complex)

Bowie State 4 (5-10,3-2 CIAA)

Player  ab   r   h rbi  bb  so  po   a lob 
CLAYBORNE,Cassandra cf 
WATT,Danielle 3b 
OCHOA,Nicoleen 2b/ss 
O'NEIL,Caitlin p/ss 
LEWIS,Emily c 
MATLOCK,Deanna 1b 
BETHKE,Hailey lf 
PICKERING,Jacqueline ss/2b 
   WILLIS,Hannah 2b 
WILLIAMS,Amber rf 
Totals 26 18 

Shaw 6

Player  ab   r   h rbi  bb  so  po   a lob 
HOLMES, Renee 1b 
KLINE, Brittany 2b 
BROOKS, Tiffany lf 
ANDERSON, Shanice c 
JACKSON, Chakiryn ss 
BURRIS, Ladazia rf 
BEASE, Shai 3b 
JONES, Morgan dh 
BEASE, Briana cf 
LAFLORA, Krystal p 
Totals 25 21 13 
Score by Innings                  R  H  E
Bowie State......... 000 102 1 -  4  6  1
Shaw................ 003 120 X -  6  8  4
E - MATLOCK,D.; BROOKS, Tiff; BEASE, Shai 2; BEASE, Brian. DP - Lady Bears 1. LOB - Bowie State 9; Lady Bears 5. SF - LEWIS,E.; MATLOCK,D.; BEASE, Shai. SB - PICKERING,J.; BURRIS, Lada; BEASE, Brian 2. CS - CLAYBORNE,C..
Bowie State  ip er bb so wp bk hbp ibb ab bf fo go 
O'NEIL,Caitlin L,1-5 2.0 11 
OCHOA,Nicoleen  4.0 17 18 
Shaw  ip er bb so wp bk hbp ibb ab bf fo go 
LAFLORA, Krystal W 7.0 26 34 11 
Win - LAFLORA, Kry. Loss - O'NEIL,C.. Save - None.Umpires -
Start: 2:30 pm Time: 1:27 Attendance: 204
Weather: Cloudy - 63 Degrees
O'NEIL,C. faced 3 batters in the 3rd.

Bowie State vs Winston-Salem State
Mar 22, 2015 at Raleigh, NC (Walnut Creek Complex)

Bowie State 0 (5-11,3-3 CIAA)

Player  ab   r   h rbi  bb  so  po   a lob 
CLAYBORNE,Cassandra cf 
WATT,Danielle 3b 
OCHOA,Nicoleen 2b/p 
O'NEIL,Caitlin p/2b 
LEWIS,Emily c 
   WILLIAMS,Amber rf 
MATLOCK,Deanna 1b 
BETHKE,Hailey lf 
PICKERING,Jacqueline ss 
WILLIS,Hannah rf/c 
Totals 16 12 

Winston-Salem State 8 (6-12)

Player  ab   r   h rbi  bb  so  po   a lob 
Anna Marino cf 
Melissa Carillo c 
Chyna Riley 2b 
Mercedes Hargett p 
Samantha Gibbs dh 
Katrina Bartlett ss 
Katherine Zimmer rf 
Jada Johnson 3b 
Allison Woodbury 1b 
Kiah Ruffin lf 
Totals 25 15 15 
Score by Innings               R  H  E
Bowie State......... 000 00 -  0  1  0
Winston-Salem State. 205 1X -  8 15  0
Bowie State  ip er bb so wp bk hbp ibb ab bf fo go 
O'NEIL,Caitlin L,1-6 3.0 13 20 22 
OCHOA,Nicoleen  1.0 
Winston-Salem State  ip er bb so wp bk hbp ibb ab bf fo go 
Mercedes Hargett W 5.0 16 16 

Win - HARGETT,M. Loss - O'NEIL,C.. Save - None. HBP - by O'NEIL,C. (JOHNSON,J).
Umpires - HP: Tyler Riggs 1B: Michael Long 
Start: 4:35 pm Time: 1:02 Attendance: 21 
Weather: Sunny - 65 Degrees