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Softball 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Mar 28, 2015 6:55 am

Terriers Play Five More Games Over Wednesday and Thursday in Clermont

CLERMONT, FL - The Thomas softball team played a total of five games on Wednesday and Thursday of their spring trip to Florida, and the Terriers were unable to come away with victory.

Thomas played two games on Thursday and three more on Friday.

THURSDAY RECAP

The Terriers dropped their first game of the day on Thursday in Clermont 8-0 in five innings to Union College (N.Y.), then lost a closely-contested 11-10 game to Carthage College.

Thomas had a tough time getting their bats going against Union, as they were unable to record a hit in the contest. Faith Robinson went the distance on the mound for the Terriers, allowing eight runs (five earned) on seven hits while striking out one.

In a thrilling game against Carthage College, the Terrier offense came alive, recording season-highs in hits (15) and runs (10). Briana Warren went an impressive 4 for 5 with a double and three runs scored. Sonja Morse had three hits and two runs scored, Korrie Laren and Taylor M. Johnson each had two hits while Jordan Agger-Barnes had three RBI's to lead Thomas.

The Terriers had a 10-9 lead going into the bottom of the sixth until Darian Pelsor of Carthage hit a two-run homerun to give the Lady Reds the 11-10 lead and ultimately the win.

FRIDAY RECAP

Thomas started off the day on Friday against Elmhurst College and were taken down 13-0 in five innings. Warren, Morse and Nicole Ryder each recorded hits for the Terriers.

Thomas next took on the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh in game two, going down 12-0 in five innings. For their final game on the day, the Terriers fell versus Buffalo State 11-3 in six innings.

The Terriers close out their spring trip on Saturday, March 28 with a doubleheader against Chicago University starting at 9:00 AM.
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Re: Softball 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Mar 29, 2015 5:10 am

Thomas Drops Two in Doubleheader Versus Chicago to Conclude Spring Trip

CLERMONT, FL - The Thomas softball team came up short Saturday morning in Clermont as they dropped both games of a doubleheader to the University of Chicago.

GAME ONE RECAP

The Terriers could not overcome a strong start by Chicago, as the Maroons jumped on top early with a three-run top of the first inning en route to a 7-2 win in game one of the doubleheader.

Thomas was able to respond to the quick start by Chicago, scoring one run in both the first and second innings to pull within one run at 3-2. Briana Warren scored off a wild pitch by Maroon starting pitcher Tabbetha Bohac in the first, then singled home Taylor M. Johnson in the second.

Chicago came back with a big four-run third inning that were the final runs scored in the game.

Warren led the Terrier offense, going 2 for 4 with a run scored and one batted in. Sonja Morse pitched a complete game on mound, giving up 13 hits, seven runs (five earned) with one strikeout.

GAME TWO RECAP

Thomas had a tough time getting their bats going as they went down 7-0 in the second game of the doubleheader against Chicago. The Terriers had just four hits in the game.

Morse, Alyssa Eugley, Jordan Agger-Barnes and Emily McKenney each had one hit in defeat. McKenney went five innings on the mound and struck out one.

The Terriers had some chances, as they left six runners on base.

Thomas concludes their 2015 spring trip to Clermont, playing against some competition, and unabel to come away with a win. They will return for some more non-conference action on Thursday, April 2 to take on the Saint Joseph's College Monks for a doubleheader starting at 3:00 PM.
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Re: Softball 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Apr 12, 2015 10:30 am

Terriers Drop First Game, Win Second on Walk-Off Homer Against Husson

WATERVILLE, ME - The Thomas softball team came away with a split of their North Atlantic Conference doubleheader versus Husson, falling 4-1 in game one before taking game two 5-3 on a walk-off two-run homerun by Korrie Laren in the bottom of the seventh.

GAME ONE

The Terriers (1-14, 1-1 NAC) could only muster one run, as a three-run fifth inning puts Husson (10-8, 1-1 NAC) over the top for the 4-1 win in game one of the doubleheader.

The team went scoreless through the first three innings, as Thomas pitcher Sonja Morse and Husson pitcher Kayla Merrill each got off to good starts on the mound.

The Terriers got on the board first, as Jordan Agger-Barnes doubled to right center in the bottom of the fourth, scoring Alyssa Eugley for the 1-0 lead.

Husson responded in the fifth innings, notching three runs on two hits and two Thomas errors. Merrill, Allie Hill and Deb Colpitts each drove in one run as the Eagles took a 3-1 lead. Merrill would add a homerun in the seventh, and Thomas was unable to mount a comeback.

Morse went all seven innings, giving up six hits, four runs (two earned) with four walks and a season-high seven strikeouts. Eugley led Thomas with two hits and one run scored.

GAME TWO

In game two, the Terriers fell behind 3-0 but rallied to tie the game by the fifth inning, and Korrie Laren hit a walk-off homerun well over the left field fence to give Thomas its first victory on the season.

The Eagles got off to a strong start, as they went for a big second inning. Colpitts doubled with one out to get it started. After a pop out, Shannon Graves singled home Colpitts for the game's first run. Brianna Bires then doubled home Graves, who was then plated on a single by Nicole Andrade to make it 3-0.

Thomas got one back in the bottom of the third. Morse and Eugley each singled with two outs, and then Laren reached on an error by Bires. Morse came around from second to score and cut the deficit to two.

The Terriers struck again in the fifth. With the bases loaded and two outs, Taylor M. Johnson came through with a two RBI double to left center, scoring Laren and Morse to knot the game up 3-3.

Neither team reached base in the next inning and a half. In the bottom of the seventh, Eugley singled to left, getting the winning run on base. Laren then came up and crushed a pitch from Bires over the left field fence for the walk-off win. It was the first homerun of Laren's career.

Laren and Taylor M. Johnson each drove in two runs, while Eugley again led with three hits. Morse had two hits and two runs scored. Faith Robinson went all seven innings on the mound to earn the win.

Thomas will return to the field on Monday, April 13 when they take on the University of Maine at Farmington for a doubleheader. First game is scheduled to start at 3:00 PM from Bates College in Lewiston.
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Re: Softball 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Apr 14, 2015 9:03 am

Thomas Takes a Split of Doubleheader With UMF

LEWISTON, ME – The Thomas softball team split a doubleheader with the University of Maine at Farmington on Monday afternoon from Lafayette Street Field at Bates College. The conference showdown saw Thomas (2-15, 2-2 NAC) come away with a 2-1 victory in the first game and UMF (2-10, 1-5 NAC) winning the second game, 8-0.

GAME ONE

The Beavers took the lead in their first at-bat with an RBI single from Meryl Bond. Shelby Bryant led off the inning with a single to left field, but an error by the center fielder allowed Bryant to trot all the way to third. On the next play, Bond blooped a pop fly in between the charging right fielder and second baseman for the game's first run.

UMF's lead stood strong until the fourth inning when the Terriers were able to even things up at one-apiece. With two runners in scoring position, Jordan Agger-Barnes lined a single up the middle, scoring Sonja Morse for the RBI.

Thomas scored the difference maker in the top of the six. After Briana Warren doubled down the right field line, Korrie Laren launched a shot that hit off the top of the wall for the game-winning RBI double.

Morse got the win on the mound, going all seven innings, allowing just two hits and one run while striking out 10. Laren led Thomas with two hits and one RBI.

GAME TWO

The Beavers' offense came alive in the second game and tallied three runs in the second inning. UMF racked up four straight singles to grab a 2-0 advantage, including three RBI singles from Bryant, Bond, and Katie Clark.

The score remained the same until the fifth inning when Farmington put up five more runs on the scoreboard. Kennadi Grover roped an RBI single through the right side and then Margaret Fogarty followed with an RBI single of her own.

After Grover scored on an error by the second baseman, Alison Hamilton laid down a bunt and legged it out for the single to load the bases. Bryant walked to bring in another run and then Bond recorded a bunt single for the game's final run.

Alyssa Eugley, Taylor L. Johnson and Lindsay Hoopingarner each had one hit in the game for Thomas. Faith Robinson took the loss on the mound, going four innings and striking out two.

The Terriers will be back on the field Tuesday, April 14 to take on inner-city rival Colby College for a non-conference doubleheader starting at 3:30 PM.
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Re: Softball 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Apr 15, 2015 5:49 am

Terriers Take a Split With Inner-City Rival Colby

WATERVILLE, ME - The Thomas softball team split a doubleheader with inner-city rival Colby College on Tuesday afternoon, winning game one 8-0 in five innings and falling 6-2 in game two.

GAME ONE

Thomas (3-15) received a strong start on the mound from Emily McKenney as the freshman went five shutout innings for her first career win as the Terriers took down Colby 8-0 in five innings.

Both teams remained hitless until the bottom of the second, when Thomas struck big as Korrie Laren hit her second homerun of the season over the left field fence to get the Terriers on the board first.

McKenney continued to mow the Mules down, allowing just one hit through the first four innings. The Terriers struck for two more runs in the fourth. Alyssa Eugley got it started with a one-out single to left field, followed by Laren getting hit by a pitch and Jordan Agger-Barnes walking to load the bases up.

Taylor M. Johnson then came through in a big way, doubling to left centerfield and scoring both Eugley and Laren to give the Terriers a 3-0 lead.

After McKenney got out of a little trouble in the top of the fifth, Thomas ended the game in the bottom half with a five-run inning. Lindsay Hoopingarner led off with a double, and was plated two batters later by a Sonja Morse single.

Morse would come around to score on an error that allowed Laren to reach base. Agger-Barnes again drew a walk, and would score on another Mule error that allowed Johnson to reach. McKenney ended it with a two RBI double that scored Agger-Barnes and Johnson.

Johnson and McKenney each had two RBI's to lead Thomas, while Laren scored three runs.

GAME TWO

Eight different players collect the nine Colby hits as the Mules go on for a 6-2 win in game two to split the two games with the Terriers.

Colby broke on to the scoreboard in the second inning, as Robin Spofford and Kathleen Mason each drove in a run to give the Mules a 2-0 lead. Colby added another run in the third inning off of an RBI single by Emily Schatz that scored Meaghan Lewia.

Thomas got one back in the fourth, when Sonja Morse led-off with a walk and advanced to second on a groundout. Taylor M. Johnson brought Morse in on a RBI single to left center to cut the score to 3-1.

The Mules responded with two more runs in the fifth inning, as a Thomas error led to an unearned run and Tori Sansone drove home another to up the lead to 5-1. Colby got another in the sixth as Erica Pulford got an RBI on a groundout that plated Skylar Labbe.

Korrie Laren drove home a run in the sixth inning to get the Terriers within four. With the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh and two outs, the game ended when Phyllicia Jordan was thrown out at the plate trying to score on a passed ball.

Laren and Johnson had one RBI each and Briana Warren had two hits to lead Thomas. Faith Robinson took the loss on the mound, going three innings and giving up three runs on four hits with one strikeout.

Megan Michie went the complete game to earn the win for Colby, giving up just one earned run with one strikeout.

Thomas will be back on the field Thursday, April 16 when they take to the road to face the University of New England for a doubleheader
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Re: Softball 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Apr 17, 2015 8:03 am

Thomas Takes First Game in Extras, Drops Second to UNE

BIDDEFORD, ME - The Thomas softball team split a pair of games this afternoon against the University of New England, taking game one 7-6 in eight innings and dropping the second game 6-0.

GAME ONE

Led by a four-hit game by Briana Warren, the Terriers earned a 7-6 win in eight innings. The Terriers (4-17) jumped out in front early on, scoring two runs in both the first and second innings. With the bases loaded in the first, Korrie Laren came through with a two RBI double that scored Warren and Sonja Morse to give Thomas a quick 2-0 lead.

In the second, Lindsay Hoopingarner reached with a one-out single, then Warren sent her home on an RBI double center field. Warren would advance to third on a Nor'easter throwing error. Morse than hit a sacrifice fly to right field that plated Warren on the tag up, as Thomas opened up a 4-0 lead.

UNE (16-13) got one run back in the bottom of the third when Adrienne Chase singled home Paige Moore-Haskell. After a scoreless fourth inning for both teams, the Nor'easters scored four runs over the fifth and sixth innings to take the lead from the Terriers.

Chase singled home Sydney Helmbrecht and Moore-Haskell came around to score on the throw to pull UNE within one. Cat Ouellette doubled home a run in the sixth, and Helmbrecht singled her home to pull the Nor'easters ahead 5-4.

The Terriers came back to tie it in the top of the seventh when Jordan Agger-Barnes put it in play to the shortstop who made a throwing error that allowed Warren, who had reached on a single earlier, to come around to score the tying run.

After retiring UNE in the bottom of the inning, Thomas regained the lead in the eighth as Hoopingarner doubled to score Taylor M. Johnson. Hoopingarner scored on an a throwing error after Warren had singled to give the Terriers a 7-5 advantage.

The Nor'easters got one back in the bottom half, but Morse would close them out for the complete game victory. Morse recorded seven strikeouts to earn her second win on the season.

GAME TWO

The Terrier bats struggled in game two, managing just four hits off UNE starting pitcher Abby Lambert and fell 6-0 to split the doubleheader.

Kelly Murphy led the Nor'easters with three runs batted in along with two hits. Lambert had six strikeouts in the complete game win.

Emily McKenney earned the start on the mound for Thomas and went four innings, giving up two runs with one strikeout. Faith Robinson went two innings in relief and gave up four runs (three earned) with one strikeout.

Agger-Barnes, Laren, Morse and Mary Ortiz each had one hit in the game.

The Terriers will next take the field on Saturday, April 18 when they hit the road for a North Atlantic Conference doubleheader against Johnson State. First game is scheduled for 2:00 PM with the second to follow.
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Re: Softball 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Apr 23, 2015 6:16 am

Thomas Sweeps Two Games Over UMPI

WATERVILLE, ME - The Thomas softball team swept a doubleheader over the University of Maine at Presque Isle this afternoon, taking game one 9-7 and game two by a score of 6-1 in non-conference action.

GAME ONE

The Terriers (8-17) got off to a 9-0 lead in the game one, and eventually held on in the final innings for the 9-7 win. Briana Warren had a game-high three hits and Alyssa Eugley drove in two runs.

After a scoreless first two innings, Thomas (playing as the road team) went off for five runs in the top of the third. Warren, Eugley, Sonja Morse, Taylor M. Johnson and Faith Robinson each drove home one run each in the inning, highlighted with RBI doubles by Morse and Johnson to give Thomas a 5-0 lead.

The Owls (11-13) went down in order in the bottom of the inning, and Thomas got right back to work at the plate in the fourth, plating four more runs. Eugley, Korrie Laren and Phyllicia Jordan all collected an RBI as the Terriers expanded their lead up to 9-0.

In the fifth, UMPI got on the board with two runs, as Carly Bell and Shannon Brown each drove in one run. Down 9-2 entering the final inning, the Owls began a rally, as five runners came across to score and cut the deficit to just two until Faith Robinson struck out Jessica Campbell for the final out to close out the win.

Robinson went the first four innings as the starter, and then returned to record the final two outs, going a total of 4.2 innings and allowing just three hits and one unearned run while striking out a season-high five batters. The Terriers had 11 hits in the game at the plate.

Sara Packard went all seven innings for the Owls, giving up nine runs (six earned) with four strikeouts in defeat.

GAME TWO

Emily McKenney and Nicole Ryder combine to toss a one-hitter as the Terriers took game two 6-1. McKenney had four strikeouts on the game to earn her second win.

Thomas struck first in the top of the second, as Taylor M. Johnson scored on a fielder's choice and Alyssa Eugley drove one in to put the Terriers up 2-0. Lindsay Hoopingarner picked up an RBI in the third inning to extend the lead to three.

In the sixth, Korrie Laren came through with runners on second and third, as she drove a single to right field and plated both Briana Warren and Hoopingarner. McKenney took a no-hitter into the bottom half of the inning, but Danielle Smith singled to center field for the Owls lone hit on the game. UMPI scored one in the inning after a runner reached on an error and then came around after a ground out.

Hoopingarner picked up her third hit of the game in the seventh to drive in her second run and put the finishing touches on the 6-1 Terrier win.

Hoopingarner and McKenney both had three-hit games, while Warren and Johnson both had two-hits.

Packard started again in game two, and went all seven innings in the losing effort.

Thomas will be back in action on Friday, April 24 for a conference doubleheader against Castleton, with the first game scheduled to start at 3:00 PM.
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Re: Softball 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Apr 25, 2015 7:56 am

Terriers Go Down in Doubleheader to Spartans

WATERVILLE, ME - The Thomas softball team went down in a North Atlantic Conference doubleheader to Castleton, falling 4-2 in game one before an 8-0 loss in five innings in the second game.

The losses drop the Terriers to 8-19 overall on the season and 4-4 in conference play. The Spartans improve to 16-9 and 7-1.

GAME ONE

Thomas could not hold on to a one-run lead as Castleton struck for two runs in the sixth and seventh and went on to a 4-2 win in game one of the doubleheader. Starting pitcher Sonja Morse had seven strikeouts in the loss.

The Terriers got off to good start in the first inning when Briana Warren lead-off with a double to center field and Sonja Morse bunt-singled her way on base that advanced Warren to third. Alyssa Eugley put one in play that resulted in Morse getting out at second base, but Warren came across to give Thomas the 1-0 lead.

The two teams combined for just two hits over the next four innings, as pitchers Morse and Emily Wood dominated. Castleton finally broke through in the sixth, as Kayla Daigle and Jessica Babcock singled back to back to start the inning. Brittany Brayman then hit a two-RBI double to center to give Castleton the 2-1 lead.

Thomas had runners on second and third in the bottom of the inning but could not send either across. The Spartans added to their lead in the seventh, as Daigle collected a RBI on a single to right and Kristi Lawless scored on a wild pitch to extend the lead to 4-1.

The Terriers began a rally in the bottom of the seventh, when Lindsay Hoopingarner doubled with one out and advanced to third on a ground out. Morse then doubled her home with two outs to cut the lead to 4-2. But Wood struck out Eugley to end the game, and seal the win.

Wood went all seven innings for the win, striking out eight Terrier batters. Morse also went the complete game with six strikeouts and also had a team-leading two hits at the plate.

GAME TWO

Castleton powered their way to record 13 hits and take the second game of the doubleheader 8-0 in five innings.

After three scoreless innings, the Spartans went for a three-run top of the fourth. McKinlie Carpenter, Sami Carlo and Kristi Lawless each drove in one run.

Castleton padded their lead in the next inning, plating five more runs to go up 8-0. Carpenter, Daigle and Babcock all drove in runs.

The Terriers had runners on second and third with one out in the bottom of the fifth, but left them on base.

Emily McKenney went 4.2 innings, recording four strikeouts in the losing effort. Taylor Paquette went five innings and allowed just three hits to get the win.

Thomas is back on the field tomorrow, April 25 for a conference doubleheader against New England College. First game is scheduled to start at 12:00 PM.
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Re: Softball 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Apr 27, 2015 6:31 am

Thomas Bounces Back with Sweep Over NEC on Senior Day

WATERVILLE, ME - The Thomas softball team swept a North Atlantic Conference doubleheader over New England College on Senior Day Saturday afternoon. The Terriers took game one 7-2 and outscored the Pilgrims to win 8-6 in the second game.

Alyssa Eugley was honored as the lone senior on the team prior to the start of the doubleheader.

Thomas now improves to 10-19 overall and 6-4 in the conference. New England College drops to 17-15 and 6-6.

GAME ONE

The Terriers jumped out to an early lead and never trailed as they went on to a 7-2 victory in game one of the doubleheader. Sophomore Sonja Morse tied her season-high with 11 strikeouts on the game.

Thomas struck in the first inning, scoring two runs to take the 2-0 lead. Morse singled in a run and Jordan Agger-Barnes doubled to right center and drove in another. The Pilgrims got back a run in the top of the second when Brielle Pennington scored on a Terrier throwing error.

Thomas responded back with another two runs in the bottom of the inning. Briana Warren drove in Faith Robinson on a single to left field and Alyssa Eugley scored Warren also on a single to left to extend the Thomas lead to 4-1.

In the third inning, Emily McKenney took a pitch from Pilgrim starter Jessamine Phillips and drove it over the left centerfield fence for her first-career homerun. McKenney would drive in another run in the fifth on a sacrifice fly.

New England College's Rebecca Allen hit a homerun of her own in the top of the sixth. Thomas answered as they added one last run in the bottom of the inning when Eugley singled home Morse.

Morse picked up her fifth win on the season and her ninth complete game, allowing just three hits and two runs. Eugley led the Terriers with two hits and two RBI's.

GAME TWO

The two teams combined for 20 hits and 14 runs scored in game two, but a two-run bottom of the sixth propelled the Terriers to an 8-6 win in the second game, completing the doubleheader sweep.

Thomas again got off to a big start, sending four runs across home plate in the first inning, as Eugley and McKenney each collected one RBI. NEC answered back with one run in the second inning, when Rachel Kerrigan singled home a run.

The Pilgrims were able to tie the game up at four in the third inning, scoring three runs as Maranda Johnson and Shawnie Clark each collected RBI's.

After a scoreless fourth, both teams each scored two runs in the fifth inning to keep the game tied up, now at 6-6. Allen and Clark drove in runs for NEC, while Jordan Agger-Barnes drove in one run on a single and then set-up Korrie Laren to score from third by getting caught out at second trying to steal.

In the bottom of the sixth, Thomas regained the lead. With two outs and runners on second and third, Agger-Barnes came up big with a two-RBI double to right center that put the Terriers an 8-6 lead.

Morse retired the side in order in the top of the seventh to close out the game two victory, her second on the day. Agger-Barnes tied a season-high with three RBI's.

The Terriers will be right back on the field tomorrow, April 26 for a non-conference doubleheader against Fisher College. First game is scheduled to start at 12:00 PM.
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Re: Softball 2015: Thomas College

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Apr 27, 2015 6:32 am

Terriers Take Down Falcons in Doubleheader Sweep

WATERVILLE, ME – The Thomas softball team swept Fisher College in a non-conference doubleheader on Sunday afternoon, defeating the Falcons 10-2 in five innings in the first game before taking game two 7-1.

With the wins, the Terriers move to 12-19 overall on the season while Fisher drops to 7-28.

GAME ONE

Briana Warren goes 3-for-3 with three runs scored and two RBI's to lead the Terriers to a 10-2 game one win in five innings.

Thomas scored in all five innings, highlighted by a five-run fourth inning. Korrie Laren opened up the scoring in the first on a single to left field that scored Warren. Warren then collected her first RBI in the second inning on a double to right center, plating Mary Ortiz. Emily McKenney doubled home a runner in the third as Thomas opened up a 3-0 lead.

The Falcons got two back in the top of the fourth, as Mikayla Zimmerman hit a two-run homer to trim the Terrier lead to one.

Sonja Morse got the bottom of the inning going for Thomas as she singled home two runners. Morse would score on a sacrifice fly by Jordan Agger-Barnes. Taylor M. Johnson doubled home two more runners for Thomas as they broke the game open, taking an 8-2 lead.

The Terriers would finish off Fisher in the fifth, as Warren and Morse each drove in a run to collect the eight-run win. McKenney earned the win on the mound, allowing just three hits and two runs with three strikeouts in four innings of work.

Morse had a season-high three RBI's to lead the Terriers at the plate.

GAME TWO

Taylor M. Johnson recorded two hits and drove in two runs as Thomas went on to take game two 7-1 over Fisher to sweep the doubleheader.

After a scoreless first inning, the Terriers got on the board in the second inning, as Nicole Ryder doubled in a run and Chelsea Hale singled home Ryder to give Thomas a 2-0 lead.

The Falcons got one back in the third, as Morgan Selmi hit a solo homerun, the second of the day for Fisher to cut the deficit to one.

Thomas would respond in the bottom half, plating three more runs to pad their lead. Warren and Morse scored runs on wild pitches by Fisher starter Mikayla Zimmerman, and Johnson singled home the third run of the inning to make it 5-1.

The Terriers added one run in the fifth and sixth, as Johnson and Alyssa Eugley each drove in one run.

Faith Robinson picked up her third win of the season on the mound, allowing four hits and one run while striking out four in four innings.

Thomas will return to the field on Tuesday, April 28 for a non-conference road doubleheader against Bates College. First game is scheduled for a 3:30 PM start.
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