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Game 1
Game 2
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Valley City State
University of Jamestown
Softball - Sun, Apr. 30, 2017
Final - Game 11234567RHE
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Jamestown (N.D.)0010200330
Valley City State (N.D.)PitchingJamestown (N.D.)
-Winner Dunnigan, Hanna
Butterfield, HaleyLoser-
-Save-
Valley City State (N.D.)Indv. StatsJamestown (N.D.)
NoneDoubles None
NoneTriples None
#7 Lundin, TatumHome Runs None
Final - Game 212345RHE
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Jamestown (N.D.)230128103
Valley City State (N.D.)PitchingJamestown (N.D.)
-Winner Rheault, Brittany
Gallais, KathleenLoser-
-Save-
Valley City State (N.D.)Indv. StatsJamestown (N.D.)
NoneDoubles None
NoneTriples None
NoneHome Runs None

Valley City State's softball team ended the regular season with a pair of losses Sunday at the University of Jamestown and will be the No. 6 seed for the upcoming conference tournament.

The Vikings dropped a tight game one to the Jimmies, 3-2, and then fell 8-0 in Sunday's finale.

VCSU ends the regular season with a 19-29 overall record and a 10-16 mark in conference play. VCSU is the No. 6 seed for the NSAA Tournament, which runs May 5-8 in Dickinson, N.D. The Vikings will play No. 3 Dickinson in the first round, May 5 at 1 p.m. MT.

Tournament Bracket

Jamestown 3, VCSU 2
The Vikings struck first Sunday with a pair of runs in the top of the second inning. Tatum Lundin hit a solo home run to start the scoring and then Kelsey Hamade singled home Kadie Anderson for a 2-0 lead.

The Jimmies got one run back in the third inning and then took the lead with a pair of unearned runs in the fifth inning.

VCSU managed six hits in the game, including two rom Kelsey Hamade. Lundin, Anderson, Haley Butterfield and Kelli Moore all had one hit each.

Haley Butterfield started in the circle for VCSU took the hard luck loss. The VCSU junior pitcher allowed just three hit in her six innings of work, and all three runs were unearned. She walked two and struck out eight.

Jamestown 8, VCSU 0
Jamestown completed the sweep with an 8-0 win in game two, scoring in four of the five innings.

VCSU managed just two hits in the game, one each off the bats of Kelsey Hamade and Cassie Pautz.

Kathleen Gallais took the loss for VCSU after going 4 1/3 innings. She allowed 10 hits and six earned runs, walked four and struck out four.