Argos sweep doubleheader Sunday; lose Monday finale to AUM

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viagra super active online generic The University of West Florida softball team went 2-1 in its weekend series with the Auburn-Montgomery Warhawks after winning both games Sunday and dropping the series finale on Monday, April 16.

go to link In the Argos’ series opener, junior designated player Kathleen Smiley hit a home run and later proceeded to draw three walks, finishing the game with four RBIs in the 9-1 victory. Freshman Grace Gilbert pitched five innings and held the Warhawks to one run on five hits, earning her ninth win on the season. “We all heard about the standings,” junior first-baseman Kathleen Smiley said. “We never really were putting that pressure on our back that we need to win these. We just focused on playing our game and doing our thing.”

Buy Clomiphene 50mg online In the second game on Sunday, the Argos edged out a 4-3 win, with senior pitcher Sarah Maloney earning the win after coming on in relief of Olivia Printiss. Senior third-baseman Tiona Hill had half of the Argos’ six hits, going 3-for-3 with a homer and two RBIs.

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“I was just trying to see the ball and make good contact and be aggressive,” Hill said. “I just wanted to be aggressive and try to hit it hard.”

The Argos were unable to complete the sweep in Monday’s finale, and were shut out 6-0 by the Warhawks. Gilbert was given just her third loss of the season after allowing five runs (three earned) over 4.1 innings. The Argos were held to three hits in only their second shutout of the season.

The series win improves the 17th-ranked Argos to 24-14 overall and 15-10 in Gulf South Conference play, and they currently sit in a tie for fourth place in the GSC standings.

The Argos will turn around and host Spring Hill College on Wednesday, April 18 at 4 p.m. at the UWF Softball Complex on Little League Night, with a chance for fans to meet the UWF players in a post-game autograph session.

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