Eagles' Bats Silenced in Georgetown
GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Two days after Asbury threw a perfect game they had one pitched against them as Georgetown’s Michelle Dresselhaus allowed no base runners in a 10-0 victory in game one of a doubleheader on Thursday. Georgetown won game two 5-1.
The two losses snapped a four game winning streak for the Eagles. Asbury put only one ball in play in the first game, a lineout to short, as Dresselhaus struck out 14 in the five inning game. Georgetown scored six runs in the first inning, knocking Maris Harreld out after recording only one out. The Tigers hit three home runs in the game including a three-run shot in the fifth to end the game.
In game two the Eagles tied the game at 1-1 in the top of the third but Georgetown seized the lead for good with two runs in the bottom of the inning. Sarah Patrick delivered the Eagles’ lone run on a double, scoring Brittany Hogg. Asbury collected only three hits in the game and struck out 15 times.
Saturday’s originally scheduled doubleheader against Brescia has been moved to Tuesday April 26th at 5:00 pm.