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Softball Drops Game Two to Morgan State 4-0

Coach Moore will look to get the Colonials on track against Towson on Tuesday, March 11.
 
Coach Moore will look to get the Colonials on track against Towson on Tuesday, March 11.
 

March 8, 2003

WASHINGTON, DC - The George Washington Colonials dropped their second game of the weekend to Morgan State, 4-0, on Saturday, March 8 in Hampton, VA. Morgan State pitcher, Grace Glenn, only allowed one hit and had nine strikeouts in baffling Colonial hitters.

Freshman Elana Meyers (Douglasville, GA/Lithia Springs) pitched her second game in as many days and gave up four runs on seven hits to the Lady Bears. Morgan State started the game with two runs in the first thanks to two hits and three wild pitches. They finished off the scoring in the fifth when Tiesha Bumpers doubled in a run and Trinese Woodward-Hall picked up an RBI on a ground out to the pitcher.

The Colonials were unable to figure out the Lady Bears' pitching. Sophomore Ashley Atkin (Swampscott, MA/Swampscott) tallied the only hit for the Colonials with a single in the third inning but the offense could muster no more.

The Colonials will look to break into the win column when they play their first home game in the programs history against Towson on Tuesday, March 11 at 2:00 p.m. at the GW-Mount Vernon Athletic Facility.

 

 

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