CHICKASHA, Okla. - The Northwestern Oklahoma State University women's softball team fell to the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma 5-0 and 2-1 on Tuesday.
Game One - Box Score
The Lady Rangers had no answer for Lady Drovers' starting pitcher Neesha Sorrell,who threw a complete game shutout giving up just five hits on the day. The Lady Drovers downed the Lady Rangers 5-0 in game one.
Megan Bourdon collected two hits while Monica Jaramillo, Monique Zevada and Cheyanne Terry each had one.
Kellie Mason started and took the loss for the Lady Rangers (19-14, 4-10 SAC).
Game Two - Box Score
Jasmine Braxton pitched an excellent game but could not come up with the victory giving up two unearned runs in her six innings of work as the Lady Rangers fell 2-1 to USAO.
Braxton scattered six hits and struck out one batter. The California native also had two of the team's four hits in the game. She drove in the Lady Ranger run with a single in the seventh.
Northwestern was able to load the bases, but Brooke Mcleod got Terry to groundout to short to end the game.
Zevada and Katie Glenn had the other two hits for Northwestern.
The Lady Rangers will play again on Thursday at St. Gregory's with the first pitch set for 2 p.m.
Tue, April 10, 2012
by Allan Scarabello