Bowling Green vs Buffalo (Feb 22, 2014)

Box Score

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

Bowling Green 4 (3-8-1)

Player   ab    r    h  rbi   bb   so   po    a  lob 
SCHROCK H. 1b  12 
Durham lf 
Raker 3b 
   Abbruzzese pr 
Stratton c 
   McClelland pr 
Yoho cf 
Searle ss 
Mokienko dh 
Schrock 2b 
Parave rf 
Dillow p 
   Kertes p 
Totals  24  21  12 

Buffalo 2 (7-3)

Player   ab    r    h  rbi   bb   so   po    a  lob 
CURTISS, Alexis c 
NEVEZ, Karly lf 
LUCIANO, Holly cf 
RYDER, Heather 1b 
BARROW, Hayley 3b 
GALLARDO, Sammi ss 
EARNHARDT, Ashton rf 
TAYLOR, Jessica dh 
PETTINE, Tori 2b 
Totals  26  21 

Score by Innings                  R  H  E
Bowling Green....... 012 000 1 -  4  5  2
Buffalo............. 011 000 0 -  2  6  2
E - Stratton(4); Yoho(1); RYDER(1); EARNHARDT(2). LOB - BGSU 3; Buffalo 4. 2B - Stratton(2); NEVEZ(1); EARNHARDT(2). 3B - Yoho(1). HR - BARROW(1). HBP - Searle. SH - Schrock(4). SF - Stratton(1). SB - McClelland(2). CS - Searle(2).

Bowling Green   ip  er  bb  so  wp  bk  hbp  ibb  ab  bf  fo  go 
Dillow   3.2  16  17 
Kertes W,1-6  3.1  10  10 
Buffalo   ip  er  bb  so  wp  bk  hbp  ibb  ab  bf  fo  go 
SPECKMAN, Tori L,5-2  7.0  24  28  11 

Win - Kertes (1-6). Loss - SPECKMAN (5-2). Save - None. HBP - by SPECKMAN (Searle).

Umpires - HP: Jeff Madaris 1B: Ron Alexander 3B: Bob Selz
Start: 8:13 pm Time: 1:51 Attendance: 76
Weather: Cool, clear, 55


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

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; 18/p Dillow;

Buffalo starters: 13/c CURTISS; 2/lf NEVEZ; 12/cf LUCIANO; 22/1b RYDER; 18/3b BARROW; 4/ss GALLARDO; 11/rf EARNHARDT; 15/dh TAYLOR; 24/2b PETTINE; 21/p SPECKMAN;

Bowling Green 1st - SCHROCK H. fouled out to c. Durham struck out swinging. Raker struck out swinging. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Buffalo 1st - Dropped foul ball, E2. CURTISS flied out to rf. NEVEZ doubled to left center, out at third cf to 3b. LUCIANO struck out swinging. 0 runs, 1 hit, 1 error, 0 LOB.

Bowling Green 2nd - Stratton doubled down the lf line. McClelland pinch ran for Stratton. McClelland stole third. Yoho tripled to left field, RBI; McClelland scored. Searle struck out looking. Mokienko struck out looking. Schrock fouled out to ss. 1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors, 1 LOB.

Buffalo 2nd - Stratton to c for McClelland. RYDER grounded out to ss. BARROW homered to left field, RBI. GALLARDO grounded out to 2b. EARNHARDT doubled to left center. TAYLOR walked. PETTINE flied out to rf. 1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors, 2 LOB.

Bowling Green 3rd - Parave walked. SCHROCK H. lined out to 3b, bunt. Durham reached on a throwing error by 1b, advanced to second; Parave advanced to third. Raker singled to right field, RBI; Durham advanced to third; Parave scored. Abbruzzese pinch ran for Raker. Stratton flied out to lf, SF, RBI; Abbruzzese advanced to second; Durham scored, unearned. Yoho struck out swinging. 2 runs, 1 hit, 1 error, 1 LOB.

Buffalo 3rd - Raker to 3b for Abbruzzese. CURTISS singled up the middle. NEVEZ singled to center field, advanced to third; CURTISS advanced to third, scored on a throwing error by cf, unearned. LUCIANO grounded out to ss. RYDER grounded out to 3b. BARROW lined out to ss. 1 run, 2 hits, 1 error, 1 LOB.

Bowling Green 4th - Searle hit by pitch. Mokienko popped up to p, bunt. Searle out at first c to 1b, caught stealing. Schrock popped up to 1b. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Buffalo 4th - GALLARDO grounded out to 3b. EARNHARDT flied out to cf. TAYLOR singled to left field. Kertes to p for Dillow. PETTINE grounded out to 3b. 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 1 LOB.

Bowling Green 5th - Parave grounded out to ss. SCHROCK H. struck out looking. Durham popped up to 2b. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Buffalo 5th - CURTISS flied out to lf. NEVEZ grounded out to 1b unassisted. LUCIANO grounded out to p. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Bowling Green 6th - Raker popped up to 2b. Stratton struck out swinging. Yoho fouled out to 2b. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Buffalo 6th - RYDER struck out swinging. BARROW grounded out to p. GALLARDO grounded out to ss. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Bowling Green 7th - Searle flied out to lf. Mokienko singled to left field. Schrock out at first p to 2b, SAC, bunt; Mokienko advanced to second. Parave singled, advanced to second on a fielding error by rf, RBI; Mokienko scored. SCHROCK H. popped up to 3b. 1 run, 2 hits, 1 error, 1 LOB.

Buffalo 7th - EARNHARDT struck out looking. TAYLOR grounded out to p. PETTINE grounded out to p. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

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