Drury Belts Two Homers, Eagles Win Two
Wilmore, KY - Miranda Drury provided the power as Asbury took two from Berea on Wednesday night, 8-4 and 6-1. Drury belted two home runs in game one and finished the day 3-for-5 with 5 RBIs.
Asbury (19-12, 11-6) got solid pitching performances from Carrie Wilderman (12-9) and Stephanie Wade (7-3) as Berea could only muster 11 total hits. Wilderman struck out eight while Wade got five of her own. Asbury pounded out 23 hits in the two games including three triples and six doubles. Wade and Wilderman each had three hits in game two while Kendall Ratchford had three hits in game one. Wade also picked up two hits in game one.
The 19 wins are the most in the history of Asbury softball, fast pitch or slow pitch. The previous high was 17 set for fast pitch in the first year of fast pitch in 1995 (17-12), Asbury was also 17-11 in 1990 when they played slow pitch.
Asbury currently sits in a tie for second place in the KIAC with Brescia at 11-6, two games behind Indiana Southeast. The Eagles will travel to Midway on Friday for a 5pm doubleheader. The two teams split their two games in Wilmore earlier this year.