Tennessee Martin vs Saint Louis (Feb 22, 2014)

 
Box Score
 

2014 Ole Miss Softball
Tennessee Martin vs Saint Louis
Feb 22, 2014 at Oxford, Miss. (Ole Miss SB Complex)

Tennessee Martin 1 (4-6-1)

Player   ab    r    h  rbi   bb   so   po    a  lob 
WADE, Kayla cf 
MANNING, Taylor 2b 
TATE, Kenzi 3b 
   DIXON, Kelsey pr 
NIDIFFER, STEPHANIE dh 
   BRITT, Jessie pr 
MECKL, Renate lf 
GLENN, Gabby rf 
SMITH, Lauren 1b 
   ZIZZI, Bella pr 
WILSON, Deven c 
   GONZALES, Carly pr 
MCCLURE, Samantha ss 
VINCENT, Casey p 
Totals  24  18  11 
  

Saint Louis 2 (5-2)

Player   ab    r    h  rbi   bb   so   po    a  lob 
FRIEDMAN, Lindsay cf 
BRUNGARDT, Madeline lf 
PETER, Mackenzie rf 
EVERINGHAM, Elizabet 3b 
BIGGS, Kelsey 1b  10 
KNEIB, Laney dh 
ROBACK, Olivia 2b 
WEAVERS, Hailey c 
NICKEL, Alex ss 
LORE, Brianna p 
Totals  21  21  12 

Score by Innings                  R  H  E
-----------------------------------------
Tennessee Martin.... 000 000 1 -  1  6  3
Saint Louis......... 000 200 X -  2  3  0
-----------------------------------------
E - WADE(2); SMITH(3); MCCLURE(5). DP - Saint Louis 1. LOB - UT Martin 7; Saint Louis 3. 2B - WADE(1); WILSON(6); Peter(5). HBP - SMITH; Peter. SH - MANNING(2). SB - ZIZZI(3). CS - MECKL(2); Brungardt(1).

Tennessee Martin   ip  er  bb  so  wp  bk  hbp  ibb  ab  bf  fo  go 
VINCENT, Casey L,0-3  6.0  21  23 
  
Saint Louis   ip  er  bb  so  wp  bk  hbp  ibb  ab  bf  fo  go 
LORE, Brianna W,4-2  7.0  24  29  10 

Win - Lore (4-2). Loss - VINCENT (0-3). Save - None. WP - Lore(6). HBP - by VINCENT (Peter); by Lore (SMITH). BK - VINCENT(2).

Umpires - HP: Ron Alexander 1B: Bob Selz 3B: Jeff Madaris
Start: 11:04 am Time: 1:42 Attendance: 120
Weather: Mostly sunny, beautiful, 53

 
Play-by-Play
 

2014 Ole Miss Softball
Tennessee Martin vs Saint Louis
Feb 22, 2014 at Oxford, Miss. (Ole Miss SB Complex)

Tennessee Martin starters: 9/cf WADE; 15/2b MANNING; 1/3b TATE; 6/dh NIDIFFER; 32/lf MECKL; 11/rf GLENN, G; 24/1b SMITH; 13/c WILSON; 3/ss MCCLURE; 8/p VINCENT;

Saint Louis starters: 10/cf Friedman; 7/lf Brungardt; 9/rf Peter; 21/3b Everingham; 4/1b Biggs; 22/dh Kneib; 3/2b Roback; 20/c Weavers; 15/ss Nickel; 12/p Lore;

Tennessee Martin 1st - WADE singled through the left side. MANNING out at first 1b to 2b, SAC, bunt; WADE advanced to second. TATE grounded out to p; WADE advanced to third. NIDIFFER grounded out to ss. 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 1 LOB.

Saint Louis 1st - Friedman fouled out to 3b. Brungardt walked. Peter struck out swinging. Brungardt out at second c to ss, caught stealing. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Tennessee Martin 2nd - MECKL flied out to cf. GLENN, G fouled out to 3b. SMITH singled up the middle. ZIZZI pinch ran for SMITH. ZIZZI stole second. WILSON struck out swinging. 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 1 LOB.

Saint Louis 2nd - SMITH to 1b for ZIZZI. Everingham singled to shortstop. Biggs reached on a fielder's choice to shortstop; Everingham out at second ss to 2b. Kneib grounded out to p; Biggs advanced to second. Roback popped up to ss. 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 1 LOB.

Tennessee Martin 3rd - MCCLURE popped up to ss. WADE grounded out to 2b. MANNING grounded out to p. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Saint Louis 3rd - Weavers struck out swinging, out at first c to 1b. Nickel struck out looking. Friedman grounded out to 2b. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Tennessee Martin 4th - TATE lined out to 3b. NIDIFFER grounded out to p. MECKL singled up the middle. MECKL out at second c to ss, caught stealing. 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Saint Louis 4th - Brungardt singled to left field. Brungardt advanced to second on an illegal pitch. Peter hit by pitch. Everingham reached on a fielder's choice to pitcher; Peter advanced to second; Brungardt out at third p to 3b. Biggs reached on a fielding error by cf, advanced to second; Everingham advanced to third, scored on a throwing error by 1b, unearned; Peter scored, unearned. Kneib grounded out to 2b; Biggs advanced to third. Roback flied out to cf. 2 runs, 1 hit, 2 errors, 1 LOB.

Tennessee Martin 5th - GLENN, G singled to shortstop. SMITH grounded into double play p to ss to 1b; GLENN, G out on the play. WILSON grounded out to ss. 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Saint Louis 5th - Weavers flied out to rf. Nickel grounded out to ss. Friedman reached on a fielding error by ss, advanced to second. Brungardt popped up to ss. 0 runs, 0 hits, 1 error, 1 LOB.

Tennessee Martin 6th - MCCLURE flied out to cf. WADE doubled down the lf line. MANNING popped up to 3b. WADE advanced to third on a wild pitch. TATE walked. NIDIFFER walked; TATE advanced to second. DIXON pinch ran for TATE. BRITT pinch ran for NIDIFFER. MECKL grounded out to 2b. 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 3 LOB.

Saint Louis 6th - TATE to 3b for DIXON. NIDIFFER to dh for BRITT. Peter doubled to left field, out at third ss to 3b. Everingham grounded out to 2b. Biggs grounded out to 3b. 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Tennessee Martin 7th - GLENN, G popped up to ss. SMITH hit by pitch. WILSON doubled to right center, RBI; SMITH scored. GONZALES pinch ran for WILSON. MCCLURE fouled out to 1b. WADE walked. MANNING grounded out to 2b. 1 run, 1 hit, 0 errors, 2 LOB.

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