RiverHawks win in walk-off fashion to split Friday – Tahlequah Daily Press

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. – Northeastern State rallied from a two run deficit with one out in the underside of the seventh inning to beat Northern State Three-2 on a Carlee Gann single. The win over the Wolves salvaged a split in St. Joseph, Mo. with the RiverHawks falling in the morning eight- to Minnesota State.

Within the nightcap, towards Northern State (13-7) the RiverHawks had just one hit and have been spoiling a stable begin by Jennifer Wolf who had solely given up a pair of runs, whereas putting out eight batters after seven innings.

Sierra Crick led the ultimate body off with a single, and ending a streak of 15 straight outs by the RiverHawks. Paige Gann adopted up with a triple down the proper discipline line to plate Crick. After an NSU out, Ryan Martin hit an infield single to tie the sport at two. Martin later stole second to put her into scoring possession for Carlee Gann who hit a single to left discipline for the sport successful RBI.

Wolf (Three-Three) picked up her second win in a row for NSU, with just one further base hit made by Northern State.

Earlier in the day, Minnesota State (18-Three) jumped forward of the RiverHawks in the second with a two run homer after which a bases clearing double to go up 5-zero. Within the third, Northeastern hit 4 straight singles with Paige Gann scoring in what can be their lone run of the sport with no outs; the RiverHawks with the bases loaded struck out twice and so they filed out to finish the menace.

The RiverHawks had one hit the remainder of the best way and they'd strike out 15 instances towards MSU's Coley Riles.

Sylver Collins (6-four) recorded the primary 5 outs in the circle and gave up 4 earned runs for the loss. Taryn Grey and Mollie Carter additionally noticed day out of the bullpen for NSU.

Northeastern State had six hits with Kelsey Harmon and Paige Gann each having a two-hit sport.

The RiverHawks (12-13) will play two extra on Saturday with a 10 a.m. first pitch towards St Cloud State and a four p.m. nightcap vs. Winona State.

RiverHawks win in walk-off fashion to split Friday - Tahlequah Daily Press