Saint Louis vs Bowling Green (Feb 22, 2014)

Box Score

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

Saint Louis 11 (6-2)

Player   ab    r    h  rbi   bb   so   po    a  lob 
FRIEDMAN, Lindsay cf 
BRUNGARDT, Madeline lf 
   KROEGER, Katie ph/lf 
PETER, Mackenzie rf 
EVERINGHAM, Elizabet 3b 
   MEEKS, Taylor ph/3b 
BIGGS, Kelsey 1b 
   LOCKETTE, Breanna ph/1b 
HUFFMAN, Ellie c 
   WHEELER, Macie ph/c 
KNEIB, Laney p 
LORE, Brianna dh 
NICKEL, Alex ss 
ROBACK, Olivia 2b/pr 
Totals  25  11  10  11  15 

Bowling Green 1 (2-8-1)

Player   ab    r    h  rbi   bb   so   po    a  lob 
Durham lf 
Raker 3b 
Stratton c 
Yoho cf 
Searle ss 
Mokienko dh 
Schrock 2b 
   Shook ph 
Parave rf 
   Abbruzzese pr 
Kertes p 
   Dillow p 
   Turski p 
Totals  20  15 

Score by Innings               R  H  E
Saint Louis......... 009 11 - 11 10  0
Bowling Green....... 000 10 -  1  7  0
DP - Saint Louis 1. LOB - Saint Louis 5; BGSU 7. HR - Nickel(1). HBP - Friedman. SH - Schrock(3). SB - Raker(2).

Saint Louis   ip  er  bb  so  wp  bk  hbp  ibb  ab  bf  fo  go 
KNEIB, Laney W,2-0  5.0  20  23 
Bowling Green   ip  er  bb  so  wp  bk  hbp  ibb  ab  bf  fo  go 
Kertes L,0-6  2.1  10  13 
Dillow   0.2 
Turski   2.0  10 

Win - Kneib (2-0). Loss - Kertes (0-6). Save - None. HBP - by Kertes (Friedman).

Umpires - HP: David Erwin 1B: Maurice Jones 3B: Jeffrey Blanken
Start: 6:02 pm Time: 1:48 Attendance: 71
Weather: Clear, cool, 50
Dillow faced 2 batters in the 4th.


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

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

Bowling Green starters: 32/1b SCHROCK H.; 26/lf Durham; 88/3b Raker; 25/c Stratton; 12/cf Yoho; 8/ss Searle; 20/dh Mokienko; 27/2b Schrock; 45/rf Parave; 21/p Kertes;

Saint Louis 1st - Friedman flied out to cf. Brungardt singled through the left side. Peter reached on a fielder's choice to third base; Brungardt out at second 3b to 2b. Everingham struck out swinging. 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 1 LOB.

Bowling Green 1st - SCHROCK H. singled up the middle. Durham singled to right field; SCHROCK H. advanced to second. Raker reached on a fielder's choice to shortstop; Durham out at second ss to 2b; SCHROCK H. advanced to third. Raker stole second. Stratton struck out swinging. Yoho struck out swinging. 0 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors, 2 LOB.

Saint Louis 2nd - Biggs lined out to p. Huffman grounded out to 2b. Kneib grounded out to 1b unassisted. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Bowling Green 2nd - Searle singled up the middle. Mokienko reached on a fielder's choice to third base; Searle out at second 3b to 2b. Schrock out at first p to 2b, SAC, bunt; Mokienko advanced to second. Parave walked. SCHROCK H. flied out to lf. 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 2 LOB.

Saint Louis 3rd - Lore grounded out to p. Nickel singled up the middle. Friedman hit by pitch; Nickel advanced to second. Brungardt walked; Friedman advanced to second; Nickel advanced to third. Peter singled up the middle, 2 RBI; Brungardt advanced to second; Friedman scored; Nickel scored. Everingham walked; Peter advanced to second; Brungardt advanced to third. Dillow to p for Kertes. Biggs singled through the left side, RBI; Everingham advanced to second; Peter advanced to third; Brungardt scored. Huffman singled to right field, RBI; Biggs advanced to second; Everingham advanced to third; Peter scored. Kneib walked, RBI; Huffman advanced to second; Biggs advanced to third; Everingham scored. Lore reached on a fielder's choice to shortstop, RBI; Kneib advanced to second; Huffman out at third ss to 3b; Biggs scored. Nickel homered to left field, 3 RBI; Lore scored; Kneib scored. Friedman popped up to 3b. 9 runs, 5 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Bowling Green 3rd - Durham singled to shortstop. Raker struck out swinging. Stratton grounded out to 3b; Durham advanced to second. Yoho flied out to cf. 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 1 LOB.

Saint Louis 4th - Kroeger pinch hit for Brungardt. Kroeger singled to shortstop. Peter singled to center field, advanced to second on the throw; Kroeger advanced to third. Turski to p for Dillow. Meeks pinch hit for Everingham. Meeks flied out to rf. Lockette pinch hit for Biggs. Lockette grounded out to 2b, RBI; Peter advanced to third; Kroeger scored. Wheeler pinch hit for Huffman. Wheeler popped up to ss. 1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors, 1 LOB.

Bowling Green 4th - Kroeger to lf. Meeks to 3b. Lockette to 1b. Wheeler to c. Searle grounded out to p. Mokienko singled to shortstop. Shook pinch hit for Schrock. Shook grounded out to 3b; Mokienko advanced to second. Parave singled to third base; Mokienko advanced to third. Abbruzzese pinch ran for Parave. SCHROCK H. singled to left field, RBI; Abbruzzese advanced to second; Mokienko scored. Durham grounded out to 2b. 1 run, 3 hits, 0 errors, 2 LOB.

Saint Louis 5th - Schrock to 2b for Shook. Parave to rf for Abbruzzese. Kneib popped up to 2b. Lore walked. Roback pinch ran for Lore. / for Roback. Nickel singled to center field; Roback advanced to second. Friedman out at first p to ss to 1b; Nickel advanced to second; Roback advanced to third. Kroeger singled to center field, RBI; Nickel advanced to third; Roback scored. Peter walked; Kroeger advanced to second. Meeks struck out swinging. 1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors, 3 LOB.

Bowling Green 5th - Roback to 2b. Raker walked. Stratton flied out to lf. Yoho lined into double play 2b to 1b; Raker out on the play. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

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