Slams By Yale, Moore Power Aggies Past Coyotes

Lindsay Moore blasted two home runs in Game 2, including a grand slam in the Aggies' five-run fourth. <br>(Wayne Tilcock, <i>Davis Enterprise</i>)
 
Lindsay Moore blasted two home runs in Game 2, including a grand slam in the Aggies' five-run fourth.
(Wayne Tilcock, Davis Enterprise)
 

Feb. 28, 2003

Box Scores

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. - Untitled Document Catcher Megan Turman hit 4-for-4 in the first game then Lindsay Moore matched that line along with two homers and seven RBI as UC Davis swept Cal St. San Bernardino, 14-4 and 15-1, in a California Collegiate Athletic Association softball doubleheader Friday at Coyote Field.

The Aggies improve to 16-3 overall and 9-1 in conference play. The Coyotes drop to 5-17 on the season, and 3-7 in league.

Fourteen different UC Davis players collected at least one hit during the twinbill, as the team amassed a total of 35 safeties. Susan Churchwell's two-out solo shot in the first inning led off the attack in the first game. Moore and Michelle Malbon each ripped two-run doubles in a five-run third inning and Jessica Miller produced a two-run pinch-hit single as part of the Aggies' seven runs in the sixth. Turman had two doubles, two RBI and two stolen bases to go with her 4-for-4 line.

Amy Rosson scattered four hits across five innings of work, fanning three batters against no walks to garner the Game 1 win.

Sue Yale launched the second Aggie offensive in the second game as her grand slam capped a five-run first inning. Moore matched that feat with a grand slam in a five-run UC Davis fourth inning, then added a two-run blast in the fifth inning. Marci Hill, pinch-hitting for Yale immediately after Moore's second shot, responded with a solo homer of her own.


 

 

Jennifer Borrelli went 3-for-3 with two runs and a steal to help bolster the 17-hit output.

Churchwell surrendered just one hit in four innings to pick up the decision in the nightcap. She also struck out two while walking none.

The Aggies head south to UC San Diego for continued CCAA action Saturday.