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February 11, 2013

Thomas University splits twin bill

Thomas University’s softball team (3-1) split a pair of games on Sunday in Savannah.

In game one, TU topped Morgan State University (0-4) 6-0. Junior starting pitcher Alexa Fair (2-1) picked up the victory with a six-hit complete game shutout. The Lady Night Hawks took control of the game in the third inning with a three-run home run by junior third baseman Taylor Nicolosi (2-3, R, 4 RBI, HR). TU added three runs over the next two innings to put the game away.

 Savannah State University (3-1) handed Thomas tits first loss of the season in the second game of the day. SSU took the lead with three runs in the first but TU responded with three in the second to tie the game and two more runs in third for a 5-3 lead.

Savannah State retook the lead with four runs in the fifth and added three more insurance runs.

TU will travel to Montgomery, Ala., next Sunday to face Auburn University at Montgomery in a doubleheader scheduled for 1 p.m.

 

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