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Softball Goes 0-2 on Final Day at Spring Games

Softball Goes 0-2 on Final Day at Spring Games

(KISSIMMEE, Fla.) - The Thomas More women's softball team fell to William Paterson in game one of the day, 3-4. In the second game of the day, the Saints fell to Ramapo College, 2-0, on their opening day of the season. With the losses, the Saints are now 5-7 on the season.


  • The Pioneers took an early 3-0 lead in the second inning. 
  • In the sixth inning, the Saints found their bats, scoring three. 
  • Mary Beth Odom singled up the middle of the field, scoring Adrea Gahan.
  • Kenzi Dickerson singled up the middle, advancing Morgan Wells and scoring Odom.
  • Sydney Turner singles up the middle of the field, advancing Dickerson and scoring Lindsey Meier

  • The Saints were down 4-0 heading into the sixth inning.
  •  Alix DeDreu was on the mound for the Saints, facing 28 batters, allowing four runs off eight hits and recording four strikeouts. 
  • Gahan recorded the lone double in the game for the Saints. 
  • Odom, Dickerson, and Turner each recorded an RBI.
  • Whitney Quillen led the team with three hits in the game in her four at-bats. 
  • Turner, Dickerson, Lloyd, Odom, Gahan, and DeDreu each recorded a hit in the game. 
  • Thomas More had the 9-8 advantage in hits. 


  • Ramapo scored both of their runs in the top of the first inning. 

  • DeDreu, Dickerson, and Gahan each recorded a hit against the Road Runners. 
  • Gahan and DeDreu hit for the Saints' doubles in the game, Gahan hitting her second on the day.
  • Olivia Jackson started on the mound in game two, facing seven batters, allowing two runs off two hits. 
  • Kianah Towe replaced Jackson in the second inning, facing 17 batters, recording four strikeouts and allowing zero runs. 
  • The Saints and the Road Runners were even at three hits each. 
  • Thomas More had the advantage in fielding errors, as Ramapo committed one in the second inning. 

  • The Saints host their home opener against Capital University on Mar. 19.