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Softball - Sat, Mar. 29, 2014

SANTEE, Calif. – Despite losing Game 1 against Vanguard University 7-2 on Saturday, the Hawks responded with a huge come from behind win in Game 2 to split the double header and stay in third place in the GSAC standings.

SDC scored seven unanswered runs including three in the bottom of the fifth and two in the sixth. With runners on second and third, the Lions elected not to walk Hannah Romanski who leads the team in homeruns.
 

 Romanski didn't put the ball over the fence but hit a double down the right field line that brought home Morgan McGee and Tiffany Fox.  Romanski was a perfect 4-for-4 from the plate in the second game scoring a run and knocking in four runs.

 

Paige Nicollet relieved Kenda Kuper in the seventh inning and worked around a walk to earn her first save of the season. Kuper improved to 6-2.

 

In Game 1, Josie Tucker suffered her fifth loss allowing 11 hits and seven runs. The Lions scored their seven runs on 11 hits. McGee, Tucker, and Morgan Wheeler all tallied two hits.

 

The Hawks will hit the road on Tuesday as they travel to Biola University to take on the No. 12 ranked Eagles.