Softball
Pack falls to Grand Canyon and Southern Utah


Megan Sweet drove in three on Saturday.

Megan Sweet drove in three on Saturday.

Feb. 22, 2014

Final Stats

PHOENIX, Ariz. – Four errors led to a combined 12 unearned runs on the day as the Nevada softball dropped a pair of games at the Grand Canyon Tournament on Saturday.

Nevada saw its record fall to 9-5 with the losses. The Wolf Pack will be back in action on Sunday morning against Southern Utah. Live audio and stats are available at NevadaWolfPack.com

In game one against Grand Canyon, Nevada had three errors lead to seven unearned runs as Nevada fell 13-2 in six innings. The Wolf Pack then dropped the second game to Southern Utah, 8-6.

In game one, Nevada struggled a bit at the plate against GCU right-hander Stephanie Pesquira, who fanned eight and allowed just six hits to the Pack.

Amanda Weiss and Danielle Wiltz each had two hits for the Pack and Caylin Campbell drove in one of the Pack’s two runs.

Karlyn Jones took the loss against Grand Canyon as she went four and two-thirds, giving up eight hits and seven runs – one earned.

Nevada got going early against Southern Utah, scoring a run in the first on an Erin Jones single. But the Thunderbirds answered with a run of their own in the bottom of the inning.

Nevada came back with three in the second with RBIs from Campbell, Hannah Harger and Megan Sweet, but Southern Utah then scored four in the bottom of the inning, all unearned, to take a 5-4 lead.

That held until the fourth when SUU’s Madison Resley hit a three-run shot off Megan Dortch (4-1).


 

 

Sweet homered in the seventh to pull Nevada within two at 8-6 but Nevada would get no closer.

-- @NevadaWolfPack --

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