Glenville, WV – The Glenville State Lady Pioneers softball team split a double header with Slippery Rock on Friday afternoon. GSC fell in game one 0-1 but won game two 6-0.
In game one Slippery Rock walked away with a 0-1 win.
Slippery Rock scored the only run of the game in the top of the third inning when Natalie Atkinson hit a double as she brought home Shaylee Ianno as they won 0-1.
The Lady Pioneers could not find their bats in the game one as Slippery Rock’s pitcher Shaylee Ianno went all seven innings as she pitched a no-hitter. She walked one batter and struck out six batters.
Natalie Atkinson went one for three with an RBI for Slippery Rock while Katie Saluga went two for three in the game.
Brittany May pitched all seven innings for GSC as she allowed seven hits, one run, and struck out one batter.
In game two, GSC would find their offense as they got on the score board first when Meagen Lesser singled as she brought home Lacey Metheney and Kayleigh Huck as the Lady Pioneers took a quick 2-0 lead in the bottom of the first inning.
The Lady Pioneers would add to their lead in the bottom of the second when Morgan Scarpellini scored on an error putting GSC up 3-0.
The Lady Pioneers would eventually add even more to their lead in the bottom of the third when Brittany Spencer doubled as she scored Kayleigh Huck, the next batter Meagen Lesser would also double as she scored Spencer and Metheney as GSC would go on to win by a final score of 6-0.
Meagan Lesser went two for three with four RBI’s in the game. Lesser also pitched as she went all seven innings. She allowed five hits, walked one batter, and struck out seven batters.
Kayleigh Huck also had a good game as she went two for three and scored two runs.
For Slippery Rock Stephanie Collenette went two for three in the game two. Ashley Knight pitched two innings as she gave up six hits, six runs, and walked two batters.
The Lady Pioneers return to action this Saturday, March 24th when they travel to Bluefield State for double header. Game time is set for 2:00 PM.