Spring Hill College freshman right-hander Caroline Sagrera of Baton Rouge, La., earned a no-hit 1-0 victory over Huntingdon College on Wednesday as the Badgers swept a pair of 1-0 victories from the visiting Hawks at Murray Field.
In just her second collegiate start, Sagrera (2-0) struck out 15 batters and sat down the final 18 batters of the game after issuing a leadoff walk to Huntingdon shortstop Gabby Alcantar to open the contest.
For the Hawks, Melissa McClure (0-1) allowed five hits with no walks and four strikeouts. Spring Hill broke the scoring ice in the 6th inning with consecutive 1-out singles by senior third baseman Mariha Partman and sophomore catcher Jade Bourgeois that put runners on the corner. A successful double steal by the Badger runners brought in Partman from 3rd base with the winning run.
In Game Two, Badger senior Linsey Dickerson (2-0) picked up her second consecutive shutout victory with just three hits allowed, no walks and four strikeouts. Bourgeois provided the game-winner with a 2-out double to deep right-centerfield in the 5th inning that plated sophomore centerfielder Taylor Webre from 2nd base.
The Hawks' Brooke Meadows (0-1) allowed three hits with four walks and nine strikeouts while left fielder Holly Ostrander was 2-for-3 in the night cap.
Bourgeois had three hits on the day and Webre had a hit in both ends of the twin bill for SHC.
Spring Hill (4-0) will next host Talladega College (3-3) in a non-conference doubleheader on Tuesday at Murray Field beginning at 1 p.m.