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University of Jamestown
Valley City State
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Softball - Sat, Apr. 29, 2017
Final - Game 11234567RHE
Jamestown (N.D.)30005008100
Valley City State (N.D.)0100000140
Valley City, N.D.,
Jamestown (N.D.)PitchingValley City State (N.D.)
Dunnigan, HannaWinner-
-Loser Nalley, Morgan
-Save-
Jamestown (N.D.)Indv. StatsValley City State (N.D.)
#29 Halverson, KellyDoubles None
NoneTriples None
#11 Yoder, MiriahHome Runs #7 Lundin, Tatum
Final - Game 21234567RHE
Jamestown (N.D.)2010000360
Valley City State (N.D.)0000010141
Valley City, N.D.,
Jamestown (N.D.)PitchingValley City State (N.D.)
Rheault, BrittanyWinner-
-Loser Metcalf, Ashley
-Save-
Jamestown (N.D.)Indv. StatsValley City State (N.D.)
NoneDoubles None
#11 Yoder, MiriahTriples None
NoneHome Runs None

The Valley City State softball team dropped a pair of NSAA conference games Saturday to the University of Jamestown by scores of 8-1 and 3-1.

 

VCSU drops to 19-27 overall and 10-14 in the NSSA. Jamestown improves to 34-18 and 19-7 inside the NSAA.

Up Next: VCSU will travel to Jamestown Sunday for two more conference games to close out the regular season.

Jamestown 8, VCSU 1

The Jimmies had three players double in the top half of the first inning which led to three runs scoring.  The Vikings responded in the bottom of the second with a Tatum Lundin solo home run, her seventh of the season. A strong pitching performance and solid defense by the Jimmies would only give up two hits the remainder of the game.  Jamestown pushed five more runs across in the fifth, including a grand slam by Miriah Yoder, to seal the win 8-1.

Hanna Dunnigan picked up the win for Jamestown throwing a complete game.  Morgan Nalley struck out five for VCSU in the in the loss. Nalley, Lundin, Jayme Menard, and Emily Smith each picked up a hit for the Vikings.

Jamestown had 10 hits in the game, including three by Kelly Halverson. Yoder went 2-for-3 with a run and five RBIs.

Jamestown 3 VCSU 1

Jamestown again opened the scoring in game two pushing across two runs at the top of the first, and added one more in the sixth for its three runs.

VCSU had an opportunity to cut the deficit in the bottom of the sixth inning. The Vikings had the bases loaded but were only able to score one run.  Jamestown would hang on and complete the sweep 3-1.

Brittany Rheault pitched a complete game for Jamestown and earned the win after allowing just four hits. Emma Keller led the Jimmie offense with two hits and an RBI.

Ashley Metcalf also pitched a complete seven innings for VCSU striking out two in the loss. Jayme Menard, Tatum Lundin, Kelsey Hamade, and Cassie Pautz each had a hit for the Vikings.