University of the Sciences outfielder Barbie Barron was named to the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) all-conference softball team as a second team selection in voting done by the league’s 14 coaches and announced by CACC commissioner Dan Mara.
Barbie Barron and Katie Dickson combined for five hits and five RBI as the University of the Sciences softball team defeated Post University 9-5 in the opening game of their doubleheader Saturday afternoon at McNeil Field in Philadelphia.
Eight different players recorded at least one hit as the University of the Sciences softball team secured a split with Goldey-Beacom College with a 7-0 win in game two of their doubleheader at the Jackson Complex in Wilmington Delaware Friday afternoon.
Devon DeBellis and Jackie Keifer drove in two runs apiece but Nyack College scored a run in their final at-bat to earn a 5-4 win in the second game of their doubleheader in Orangetown New York on Thursday, enabling the Warriors to complete the two game sweep.
Barbie Barron had two hits and drove in three runs as the devils held on to defeat Concordia College 4-3 in the second game of Tuesday’s Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference doubleheader at McNeil Field, avoiding the sweep and snapping a seven-game losing streak.
The University of the Sciences softball team banged out a total of 19 hits in their doubleheader against Felician College on Saturday at McNeil Field. However, the host Devils came up on the short side of the score in both games, losing to the Golden Falcons 6-4 in ten innings in the opening and 6-3 in the second game.
Katie Dickson doubled and hit a home run while driving in four runs as the University of the Sciences softball team defeated Chestnut Hill College 12-3 in five innings in the second game of a conference doubleheader at the CHC Softball Field in Philadelphia, salvaging a split in their two game series.
Jenna Hohenberger’s home run highlighted a tough day for the University of the Sciences softball team as they were swept by Adelphi University 20-2 and 6-1 Monday afternoon at McNeil Field in Philadelphia.
Nicole Ayers scattered seven hits and struck out five to earn her fourth win of the season as the University of the Sciences softball team defeated Bloomfield College 3-1 in the second game of their Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference doubleheader Saturday afternoon at McNeil Field in Philadelphia, salvaging a split of their two game series with the Bears.
The University of the Sciences unleashed a barrage of 14 hits including a school record four triples as they salvaged a split of Tuesday afternoon’s doubleheader with Philadelphia University, beating the Rams 13-3 in five innings. The Rams won the opener 4-1.
Jackie Keifer tied school records for home runs in a game and a doubleheader as the University of the Sciences softball team split a pair of games at Dominican College, winning the opener 5-2 and losing the second game 5-2.
Barbie Barron and Devon DeBellis combined for nine RBI with just two hits as the University of the Sciences softball team won their home opener 20-11 over Holy Family University at McNeil field on Wednesday.
University of the Sciences softball pitcher Kyla Colburn has been named the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Women’s Softball Rookie of the Week for her performance during the week ending March 8, 2015.