The Spring Hill College softball team took two more victories on Wednesday afternoon at Murray Field with an 8-1 win over the Campbellsville University Tigers and a 7-0 decision versus the Cardinal Stritch University Wolves.
In the opening contest against Campbellsville (8-5), freshman Caroline Sagrera (7-0) struck out 12 batters in a complete-game victory while only allowing three hits and no walks.
Spring Hill expanded a 1-0 lead in the 3rd inning into a 5-0 advantage by opening the frame with six consecutive hits off Tiger starter Kelsi Pardue and reliever Courtney Turpin including three straight doubles by third baseman Mariha Partman, catcher Jade Bourgeois and first baseman Elise deBruler.
In the second game, Badger senior Linsey Dickerson (5-1) picked up her third shutout of the year by allowing just three hits three walks and a walk with six strikeouts to the Cardinal Stritch Wolves (8-9).
SHC used another 4-run inning in the 2nd frame of the nightcap to build out a 5-0 bulge as Partman and Bourgeois had back-to-back RBI-singles and deBruler added a sacrifice fly off Wolves' starter Maggie Tidrow.
Overall, eight Badger batters enjoyed multiple hit outings on the day with Bourgeois and deBruler each collecting four hits and three RBI.
Spring Hill will next travel to Gulf Shores, Ala., to play in the Gulf Coast Invitational beginning at 3 p.m. on Friday versus 3rd-ranked Brenau University (9-2).