Photo by Robert Cifone
BOX SCORE |
DUBOIS, Pa. --- Carlow University
racked up 12 runs en route to a 5-inning run rule win over Penn
State DuBois in an elimination game of the USCAA Small College
World Series on Tuesday.
The Celtics (19-21) won, 12-4, over
the Lions (20-15).
Carlow took advantage of costly
mistakes, scoring six unearned runs on four Penn State DuBois
The Lions started the game with two
runs, but the Celtics quickly tied the game in the bottom of the
Carlow added five runs in the bottom
of the second, and the Lions cut the lead to 7-4 in the top of the
The Celtics tacked on two more runs
in the bottom of the third, and sealed the deal with three runs in
the bottom of the fourth, retiring the side in the top of the fifth
the end the game.
Murray (Windsor, Ontario) was 3 for 3 with two RBI
and scored four runs. Abby Stroud (JR/New
Egypt, N.J.) went 2 for 4 with five RBI and one run scored.
Gottheld (SO/Charleroi, Pa.) was 2 for 3 with an RBI
and three runs scored, and senior Danielle
Levato (SR/Beaver Falls, Pa.) was 2 for 2 with two
Voss (SO/Enon Valley, Pa.) earned the win, allowing
one hit and striking out two in 2/3 inning, and Alysa
Fairman (SO/Pittsburgh, Pa.) finished up the final
two innings on the mound, allowing no hits.
The Celtics move on to face No. 2
seed New Hampshire Technical Institute in a 6 p.m. elimination
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