Charlotte, North Carolina – Junior Emily Lippe Kent State hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the seventh, but in the team’s final game at the Queen City Classic on Sunday, Kent State was unable to complete a second-half rally, trailing Georgia Tech at 7–4. was defeated by
The Golden Flush (4-10) scored the first run of the game in the bottom of the third.graduate student Jada Crittendon He stole the frame with a single hit and stole second base.freshman Bryn Liver Then I drew a walk and a senior Julia Mazanek Double down the left field line to plate Crittendon. Back-to-back walk drawn by second graders savanna wing And Lippe allowed the Libbler to come close and score to make it 2-0.
freshman Macy Aileran He held the Yellow Jackets scoreless through four innings before getting into trouble in the fifth. With a double and two singles to start the frame, Georgia Tech joined the board. Two more singles and two stolen bases gave the Yellow Jackets a 4-2 lead.
freshman Bri Despine An attempt was made to answer with a leadoff double in the bottom of the fifth, but the next three batters retired.
The Yellow Jackets added three runs in the top of the seventh to make it 7-2.
Kent State attempted a rally with two outs in the bottom of the seventh as Wing picked the right field line and Lippe hit his fifth home run of the season. Sophomore Delaney Robson Drawing the bases kept the game alive, but the Flash was unable to get any more runners on board.
Ireland (1-4) pitched five innings, allowing four runs on nine hits.Senior morgan bowers He recorded one strikeout while allowing three runs in the final two innings.
The Flashes will play four games next weekend in Huntington, West Virginia, as part of the Thundering Hard Round Robin.