Softball Splits Season Openers in South Carolina
Box Scores: Ohio | Detroit
SPARTANBURG, S.C. - The St. Bonaventure softball team (1-1) plated three runs on three errors in its final half inning to earn a two-game split at the Upstate Classic.
Tied 3-3 in the bottom of the sixth, the Bonnies took advatage of Detroit miscues to steal the 6-3 win. Junior Jessenia Andujar, who notched the Bonnies' only hit in a 3-0 loss to Ohio to open the day, advanced to third on the innings first error and came around one batter later when Christine Watson reached on a wild pitch after striking out. Watson later scored from first on another outfield error, with freshman Grace Rooney plating the final marker on an infield boot.
Senior Diana Phalon (1-0) registered the win and Jen Sansano the three-out save (1) after Phalon fanned eight through six innings of work.
Sansano (0-1) allowed just one earned run in the loss to Ohio, but four Bona errors spoiled a four hit outing.
St. Bonaventure continues play tomorrow with games against Ohio and host S.C. Upstate.