Softball drops two games to TCCC opponent Curry
Curry College softball picked up two conference wins sweeping the New England College Pilgrims, winning game one 14-6 and game two 9-1. With the wins the Colonels improve to 18-10 overall and 11-3 in TCCC play. The two losses drop the Pilgrims to 7-15 on the season and 1-9 in the conference.
In game one the Colonels would plate a run in the first inning but the Pilgrims would explode for five runs in the home half inning jumping out to the early 5-1 lead. Curry would plate a run in the third and then combine for nine runs on seven hits in the fourth and fifth to go up 11-5. The Colonels would tack on three more runs in the seventh and hold the Pilgrims to just a single run in their final at bat to capture the 14-6 victory.
Leading the way for Curry was Kristen Jackman (Stoughton, Mass.) who was 4-for-5 at the plate with a double, a homerun and three runs batted in. Curry’s Alysia DiMuzio (Quincy, Mass.) had two hits including a homerun and five runs batted in, while Kelsey Bryant (S. Portland, Maine) singled twice and scored two runs for the Colonels. Picking up the win on the mound was Amanda Peters (E. Bridgewater, Mass.) who allowed three earned runs in six innings of work.
Leading the way for NEC was Deanna Brayton (Queensbury, N.Y.) and Teraysa White (Belgrade, Maine) who each had two hits and a run batted in.
In game two the two teams would exchange runs in the third inning before Curry would plate six runs in the fourth and add two in the fifth cruising to the 9-1 victory.
Leading the way for Curry was Alysia DiMuzio who had two hits, including a double and two runs batted in. Curry’s Samantha Velezis (Waterbury, Conn.) singled twice and scored two runs, while Jessica Coyle (Weymouth, Mass.) also recorded two singles in game two. Picking up the win on the mound was Janelle Mayo (Worcester, Mass.) who pitched the complete game allowing one earned run on four hits.
Leading the way for NEC was Alexandria Sacco (Tewksbury, Mass.) who doubled and scored a run. NEC’s Chelsea Torrico (Mt. Washington, Mass.) had a run batted in for the Pilgrims.