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Softball Drops Pair at UCLA Tournament
Release: Monday 02/09/2013 
by WSU Athletic Media Relations

The Wright State softball team came up on the short end of a pair of games against ranked opponents Saturday at the Stacy Winsberg Memorial Tournament in Los Angeles, falling to #17 Texas A&M 11-0 and #19 and host UCLA 8-0.

In the first game of the day, Texas A&M scored in every inning, including a two-run home run by Mel Dumezich in the first and a solo shot from Meagan May in the fifth. 

The Raiders managed just two hits against Dumezich and Kristen Davenport, a single to left by Lindsay Barrett in the fourth and a double down the left field line by Taylor Knore, her first collegiate hit, in the fifth.

WSU posed a threat in the first inning of the second game of the day against UCLA as, with one out, Jess Gorman doubled to right center and Kacie Rapshus reached on an infield single, but a double play ended the threat.

UCLA followed by scoring four times in the bottom of the frame, added an unearned run in the third and fifth and rounded out the scoring with two in the sixth.

Wright State (0-4) wraps up tournament play on Sunday as the Raiders take on McNeese State at noon Eastern. 

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The Wright State softball team came up on the short end of a pair of games against ranked opponents Saturday at the Stacy Winsberg Memorial Tournament in Los Angeles, falling to #17 Texas A&M 11-0 and #19 and host UCLA 8-0.

In the first game of the day, Texas A&M scored in every inning, including a two-run home run by Mel Dumezich in the first and a solo shot from Meagan May in the fifth. 

The Raiders managed just two hits against Dumezich and Kristen Davenport, a single to left by Lindsay Barrett in the fourth and a double down the left field line by Taylor Knore, her first collegiate hit, in the fifth.

WSU posed a threat in the first inning of the second game of the day against UCLA as, with one out, Jess Gorman doubled to right center and Kacie Rapshus reached on an infield single, but a double play ended the threat.

UCLA followed by scoring four times in the bottom of the frame, added an unearned run in the third and fifth and rounded out the scoring with two in the sixth.

Wright State (0-4) wraps up tournament play on Sunday as the Raiders take on McNeese State at noon Eastern. 

The Wright State softball team came up on the short end of a pair of games against ranked opponents Saturday at the Stacy Winsberg Memorial Tournament in Los Angeles, falling to #17 Texas A&M 11-0 and #19 and host UCLA 8-0.

In the first game of the day, Texas A&M scored in every inning, including a two-run home run by Mel Dumezich in the first and a solo shot from Meagan May in the fifth. 

The Raiders managed just two hits against Dumezich and Kristen Davenport, a single to left by Lindsay Barrett in the fourth and a double down the left field line by Taylor Knore, her first collegiate hit, in the fifth.

WSU posed a threat in the first inning of the second game of the day against UCLA as, with one out, Jess Gorman doubled to right center and Kacie Rapshus reached on an infield single, but a double play ended the threat.

UCLA followed by scoring four times in the bottom of the frame, added an unearned run in the third and fifth and rounded out the scoring with two in the sixth.

Wright State (0-4) wraps up tournament play on Sunday as the Raiders take on McNeese State at noon Eastern. 

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