Cobleskill splits on road
SUNY Cobleskill won the opener of its NEAC doubleheader at Keuka, 4-1, before dropping the second game, 4-2, on Sunday.
Brianne Gray kept the Storm hitless for the first four innings of the first game and held them without a run through six. Gray gave up two runs in the seventh before ending the game with a strikeout and a pop out. She finished with eight strikeouts in a three-hitter.
Sidney graduate Danielle Gravel (1-2) gave up four runs - three earned - and struck out six in 5 2/3 innings for Keuka.
Madeline DeMilio doubled, tripled and scored twice for Cobleskill, which received two hits from Kelsey DeZaila posted a 2-for-4 afternoon including a double and an RBI from the three spot.
Freshman Liz Warren then won her third straight start, limiting Cobleskill (4-8, 2-2) to two runs - one earned - on seven hits in the second game. She struck out nine.
Tigers 1-1 at Wells
Cobleskill lost its NEAC opener, 8-6, on Saturday before rebounding for a 3-0 victory in the second game of a road doubleheader.
Kelsey DeZaila doubled twice, scored twice and drove in two runs for Cobleskill, which trailed, 8-1, after five innings of the first game. Madeline DeMilio contributed two hits and a run.
In the second game, freshman pitcher Erin Wadsworth threw a two-hitter for her third shutout of the season. She struck out 11 and walked two for the Fighting Tigers, who got three hits from Julia Lull.
Delhi goes 3-1
Jackie Yambor had two hits and fellow Walton graduate Ally Forkey pitched a complete game to earn her first collegiate victory as Delhi opened a Saturday doubleheader with a 14-7 defeat of host Clinton Community College.
Bre Hotaling went 4-5 with a grand slam and six RBIs in the second game as the Broncos completed the sweep with an 11-2 win. Pitcher Erica McNulty earned her first collegiate victory.