Florida vs Ole Miss (Mar 31, 2013)

Box Score

2013 Ole Miss Softball
#3 Florida at Ole Miss
Mar 31, 2013 at Oxford, Miss. (Ole Miss SB Complex)

Florida 8 (35-3,10-2 SEC)

Player   ab    r    h  rbi   bb   so   po    a  lob 
Kelsey Stewart ss/2b 
Stephanie Tofft 3b 
Lauren Haeger dp 
Briana Little lf/rf 
Kirsti Merritt cf 
Taylor Schwarz 1b  12 
Kelsey Horton rf 
   Ensley Gammel pr/lf 
Aubree Munro c 
   Bailey Castro ph 
Jessica Damico 2b/ph 
   Katie Medina ss 
Alyssa Bache p 
   Hannah Rogers p 
Totals  28  21  15 

Ole Miss 7 (19-21,1-11 SEC)

Player   ab    r    h  rbi   bb   so   po    a  lob 
Haley Culley ss 
RT Cantillo cf 
Allison Brown 3b 
Londen Ladner 1b 
   Bri Payne pr 
Erinn Jayjohn dp/p 
   Lauren Lindsey p/ph 
Natalie Martinez
   Kelly Nolan
Melina Preciado 2b 
   Madi Osias ph 
Natalie Nimmo rf 
Brittany Broome lf 
Shelby Jo Fenter
Totals  29  10  21 

Score by Innings                  R  H  E
Florida............. 103 040 0 -  8  7  1
Ole Miss............ 000 061 0 -  7 10  1
E - Stewart(5); N. Martinez(2). DP - Florida 1. LOB - Florida 8; Ole Miss 6. 2B - Merritt(6); R. Cantillo(8); L. Ladner(7); N. Nimmo 2(4). HR - Little(8); Schwarz(4); A. Brown(3). SH - H. Culley(3). SF - Little(2). SB - Castro(4). CS - R. Cantillo(5).

Florida   ip  er  bb  so  wp  bk  hbp  ibb  ab  bf  fo  go  np 
Alyssa Bache W,6-0  4.0  16  21  87 
Hannah Rogers S,2  3.0  13  13  44 
Ole Miss   ip  er  bb  so  wp  bk  hbp  ibb  ab  bf  fo  go  np 
Shelby Jo Fenter L,6-8  4.0  14  22  100 
Erinn Jayjohn   2.0  10  11  47 
Lauren Lindsey   1.0  20 

Win - Bache (6-0). Loss - S. Fenter (6-8). Save - Rogers (2). PB - N. Martinez(3). Pitches/strikes: Bache 87/48; Rogers 44/29; S. Fenter 100/50; E. Jayjohn 47/27; L. Lindsey 20/13.

Umpires - HP: David Erwin 1B: Chad Stears 3B: Tim Kasate
Start: 12:29 pm Time: 2:12 Attendance: 135
Weather: Overcast, 63, SW 10 mph
S. Fenter faced 2 batters in the 5th.
Bache faced 6 batters in the 5th.


2013 Ole Miss Softball
#3 Florida at Ole Miss
Mar 31, 2013 at Oxford, Miss. (Ole Miss SB Complex)

Florida starters: 7/ss Stewart; 9/3b Tofft; 17/dp Haeger; 55/lf Little; 24/cf Merritt; 49/1b Schwarz; 20/rf Horton; 1/c Munro; 4/2b Damico; 8/p Bache;

Ole Miss starters: 1/ss H. Culley; 23/cf R. Cantillo; 14/3b A. Brown; 22/1b L. Ladner; 7/dp E. Jayjohn; 10/c N. Martinez; 32/2b M. Preciado; 8/rf N. Nimmo; 4/lf B. Broome; 58/p S. Fenter;

Florida 1st - Stewart walked (3-1). Stewart advanced to second on a passed ball. Tofft walked (3-2). Haeger walked (3-2); Tofft advanced to second; Stewart advanced to third. Little flied out to cf, SF, RBI (1-2); Tofft advanced to third; Stewart scored. Merritt struck out looking (1-2). Schwarz flied out to cf (2-0). 1 run, 0 hits, 0 errors, 2 LOB.

Ole Miss 1st - H. Culley flied out to lf (2-2). R. Cantillo struck out swinging (3-2). A. Brown walked (3-2). L. Ladner walked (3-1); A. Brown advanced to second. E. Jayjohn grounded out to 2b (3-2). 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 2 LOB.

Florida 2nd - Horton walked (3-2). Munro fouled out to 1b (3-1). Damico flied out to cf (2-2). Stewart popped up to 3b (3-2). 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 1 LOB.

Ole Miss 2nd - N. Martinez grounded out to ss (1-2). M. Preciado grounded out to p (0-0). N. Nimmo grounded out to ss (3-2). 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Florida 3rd - Tofft lined out to 2b (0-1). Haeger popped up to 2b (2-2). Little walked (3-2). Merritt walked (3-2); Little advanced to second. Schwarz homered to left center, 3 RBI (0-0); Merritt scored; Little scored. Horton struck out looking (1-2). 3 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Ole Miss 3rd - B. Broome reached on a fielding error by ss (0-0). H. Culley grounded out to c, SAC, bunt (0-1); B. Broome advanced to second. R. Cantillo singled to catcher, bunt (1-0); B. Broome advanced to third. R. Cantillo out at second c to ss, caught stealing. A. Brown grounded out to 3b (3-1). 0 runs, 1 hit, 1 error, 1 LOB.

Florida 4th - Munro struck out looking (1-2). Damico walked (3-0). Stewart struck out swinging (2-2). Tofft lined out to ss (2-1). 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 1 LOB.

Ole Miss 4th - L. Ladner singled up the middle (0-1). B. Payne pinch ran for L. Ladner. E. Jayjohn popped up to 3b (0-2). N. Martinez grounded into double play 3b to 2b to 1b (1-2); B. Payne out on the play. 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Florida 5th - L. Ladner to 1b for B. Payne. Haeger singled to left field (2-2). Little homered to left field, 2 RBI (0-0); Haeger scored. E. Jayjohn to p. / for S. Fenter. Merritt doubled to left center (2-2). Schwarz reached on a fielder's choice to catcher, bunt, RBI (1-0); Merritt advanced to third on a throwing error by c, scored. Horton reached on a fielder's choice to shortstop (2-0); Schwarz out at second ss to 2b. Castro pinch hit for Munro. Gammel pinch ran for Horton. Castro singled up the middle (3-2); Gammel advanced to third. Castro stole second. Damico struck out looking (1-2). Stewart singled up the middle, RBI (2-0); Castro advanced to third; Gammel scored. Tofft grounded out to 2b (1-1). 4 runs, 5 hits, 1 error, 2 LOB.

Ole Miss 5th - Little to rf. Gammel to lf. Munro to c for Castro. M. Preciado walked (3-0). N. Nimmo doubled to right field (2-1); M. Preciado advanced to third. B. Broome singled through the left side, RBI (2-1); N. Nimmo advanced to third; M. Preciado scored. H. Culley singled to left field, RBI (0-1); B. Broome advanced to second; N. Nimmo scored. R. Cantillo walked (3-0); H. Culley advanced to second; B. Broome advanced to third. A. Brown homered to left center, 4 RBI (2-2); R. Cantillo scored; H. Culley scored; B. Broome scored. Rogers to p for Bache. L. Ladner grounded out to 3b (0-1). E. Jayjohn flied out to rf (0-0). N. Martinez grounded out to 2b (1-1). 6 runs, 4 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Florida 6th - Haeger popped up to ss (2-2). Little popped up to 2b (1-0). Merritt walked (3-2). Schwarz struck out swinging (1-2). 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 1 LOB.

Ole Miss 6th - Stewart to 2b. Medina to ss for Damico. M. Preciado grounded out to ss (0-0). N. Nimmo doubled to right center (3-2). B. Broome struck out swinging (1-2). H. Culley singled to center field (2-2); N. Nimmo advanced to third. R. Cantillo doubled to left field, RBI (1-1); H. Culley advanced to third; N. Nimmo scored. A. Brown out at first p to ss to 1b (3-1). 1 run, 3 hits, 0 errors, 2 LOB.

Florida 7th - L. Lindsey to p for E. Jayjohn. K. Nolan to c for N. Martinez. Gammel grounded out to ss (2-2). Munro flied out to cf (2-2). Damico pinch hit for Medina. Damico singled to second base (2-2). Stewart grounded out to 1b unassisted (1-1). 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 1 LOB.

Ole Miss 7th - Medina to ss for Damico. L. Ladner doubled to right center (1-1). L. Lindsey pinch hit. E. Jayjohn pinch hit for L. Lindsey. E. Jayjohn struck out swinging (2-2). K. Nolan popped up to ss (0-0). M. Osias pinch hit for M. Preciado. M. Osias grounded out to 3b (1-1). 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 1 LOB.

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