Softball suffers pair of setbacks to Stetson University
The ETSU softball team was unable to pick up a win Saturday, falling twice to Stetson and its high-powered offense in league play.
The Buccaneers (11-14, 1-7) stumbled out of the gate Saturday, allowing a combined 29 hits on the day en route to a pair of losses to Stetson.
In the opening game, nine of the Hatters' (20-5, 5-2) first ten batters reached base safely, leading to an eight-run first inning which included a grand slam by Courtney Brandt.
Stetson would go on to win Game One of Saturday's double-header, 12-3, before taking Game Two in similar fashion, 11-3.
On the day, junior Nicole Fox went 3-for-6 from the plate, scoring two runs, and swiping three bases. Fox leads the Bucs with 11 steals on the season, having been caught stealing just once.
Freshman Danielle Knoetze enjoyed a solid day, both at the plate and in the field, going a combined 2-for-5 with one RBI and completing a putout on an impressive fielding play in the third inning of Game One.
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