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  • Shocks vs Evansville (Softball)

    Shockers visiting Evansville for a 3-game MVC series this weekendwith a DH today and a single game on Sunday.

    Evansville took a 1-0 lead with a two-out sngle and double in the bottom of the 5th.

    However, the Shocks have rallied for 4 in the top of the 7th to take the lead.

    Ashley Bright in the circle for the Shocks.

    :clap: :goshocks:

  • #2
    Evansville pulls to within 4-3 on a one-out 2-run home run.

    That was followed by a double to put the tying run in scoring position for Evansville with one out.

    Shocks intentionally walk the 3-hole hitter who was 2 for 2 in the game.



    • #3


      • #4
        Evansville gets a 2-run double to answer the 4-spot the Shocks put up in the Top of the inning and to win the game for the Aces 5-4.


        • #5
          I would post about game 2, but I don't want to jinx the outcome like I did Game 1.



          • #6
            Shocks build a 4-1 lead again in Game 2, however, this time the Shocks hold the lead and take Game 2 by that 4-1 score.

            Actually, Shocks maybe should have scored even more as the banged out 13 hits including 3-4 by Katie McGeeney, 2-3 for Jamie Hull including a home run and 2-3 from Kiersten Dixon.

            Brianna Smet went the first 5 innings for the win with Ashely Bright closing out the last two innings.

            That is two solid outings in a row by Fresham Brianna Smet which is very good to see.

            Hard to believe the Shocks let Evansville come back in Game 1 -- very uncharacteristic of Ashley Bright this year. Makes tomorrow's rubber game very big.

            :clap: :goshocks: osterwu: osterwu:


            • #7
              Shocks drop Game 3 to Evansville 5-0.

              Somehow I knew that 1st game loss was going to come back to haunt the Shocks.

              Have now dropped 2 of 3 MVC series. Need to pick up a few sweeps somewhere along the line now.


              • #8
                This team is really tough to figure out. They can be really good (Washington, Texas, at SIU) and then equally bad.

                A little more consistency would be a nice way to build towards tourney time.