The Women’s softball team lost its first game, the second of two Saturday games, a 5-4 loss to Shippensburg. Brooklyn Hale and Daniella Lebsock each had two hits for the Yellow Jackets.
The softball team was 3-1 heading into a game versus Kutztown at 10 a.m. today.
Zoey Carte drove in Kayleigh Thompson in the top of the seventh to break a 2-2 tie as the Yellow Jackets beat host UNC-Pembroke 3-2 in the first game Saturday.
Friday, Mirabella, Hale and Junior Brittany Alllison each drove in two runs as the Yellow Jackets defeated Winston-Salem State, 8-1.
The team opened its season with a 7-3 win over Kutztown in the UNC Pembroke Tournament. Allison led the way driving in four runs on three hits. (Courtesy of yellowjackets.com).
Women’s Basketball — Team tops Wesleyan
The women bounced back from the Glenville loss to take a come-from-behind win from West Virginia Wesleyan Saturday, 75-69. Senior Aurreshae Hines had 27 points, 6 rebounds and 7 assists.
Bobcats scorch State with 59 percent shooting
When the opponents hit 6 of every 10 shots attempted, even a potent State Men’s offense will fall short, as happened Saturday when Wesleyan snapped State’s 7 game winning streak, 75-69. The Bobcats made a blistering 59 percent of their shots. Pat Johnson-Agwu had 22 points with Ernest Jenkins adding 21.
The basketball teams next play at West Liberty on Thursday.