Women’s softball traveled to SUNY Cortland and Ithaca College this weekend, only to suffer four losses. SUNY Cortland, which is ranked seventh nationally for Division III softball, defeated UR 10-5 and 9-1 on March 27. Both games ended prematurely, as SUNY Cortland was able to establish an eight-run lead in the fifth and sixth innings. During the first game, SUNY Cortland was able to pull ahead and brought in five runs in the first inning. After the third inning, the situation looked better for the Yellowjackets, as senior Sara Dial and freshman Jena Robertson brought in one run each bringing the score to 5-2. But Cortland was able to score five more runs in the following innings, while the Yellowjackets didn’t manage to score any more. In the second game, freshman Samantha Carr brought in the single run in the sixth inning with an RBI. The Yellowjackets were shut out twice against Ithaca College, who is ranked 14th nationally in Division III softball, on March 28.The final scores for the two games were 4-0 and 3-0. The Yellowjackets were only able to gather three hits for each game. In the second game, Carr pitched a complete game, and scattered seven hits in six innings while allowing three runs. She also had one of the teams three hits in the game. After this week’s four games, UR softball posts a record of 3-9. Keller can be reached at rkeller@campustimes.org.



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