CHICKASHA– The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (34-20, 16-12) offense showed up against Southwestern Christian (14-31, 4-24) to get doubleheader sweep.
The Drovers scored 26 runs on 28 hits in a 10-5 win in game one and a 16-6 five inning run rule game two against the Lady Eagles.
Courteny Capps was the big bat in both games hitting a .500 batting average and drove in seven of the 26 runs for the Drovers. Capps wasn’t the only bat as she was joined in the RBI category by many other teammates.
Other Drovers to contribute was Taylor Smith who grabbed four RBIs in the doubleheader and Brooke McLeod who got three RBIs in both games.
In game one Tate Landmark (14-9) got the win pitching in five innings striking out three batters while allowing four runs to help the Drovers to a game one victory.
The second game saw Brooke McLeod (7-5) get the start and win after pitching four of the five innings in game two. McLeod also pitched two innings in game one for a combined six innings striking out three batters in both games.
With four games remaining in the schedule the Drovers will return home for its Senior Day Finale on Saturday afternoon. First pitch is scheduled at noon and will be the conclusion of the season series against Southwestern Christian.
Senior Day festivities will begin 15 minutes prior to first pitch and will honor the four Drovers who will be playing in their final home game at Bill Smith Ballpark.