Softball Drops 6-2 Decision at Marshall
Release: Monday 04/25/2012 
by WSU Athletic Media Relations

The Wright State softball team rallied for two runs in the seventh and had the potential tying run on deck, but it wasn't enough as they dropped a 6-2 decision at Marshall Wednesday afternoon.

Marshall scored single runs in the second and fourth and twice in the third and fifth to build a 6-0 advantage heading into the final inning. 

In the seventh, however, the Raiders put together a rally, starting with Jess Gorman reaching on an error.  She moved up to third on a ground out and a passed ball and scored on a two-out single from China Frost. 

After Chelsea Archer singled up the middle, Kacie Rapshus made it 6-2 with a double to left center, but the rally ended there on a ground out.

Frost and Gorman each had two hits to pace the WSU offense.

Wright State (20-27) begins its final five-game homestand of the year on Saturday with a 1:00 Horizon League doubleheader against Green Bay.

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