April 1, 2014
Wednesday's twinbill will give the Aggies another two games under their belt before resuming league action at Cal State Northridge this weekend. For Saint Mary's, games against UC Davis will end its 12-day hiatus and provide the opportunity for the Gaels to experience live action three days before hosting its West Coast Conference opener against Loyola Marymount.
SCOUTING SAINT MARY'S
The Gaels enter their final road non-conference games of the season on a five-game slide after dropping every game played at the Fresno State Classic-the team's final tournament of 2014.
Sophomore catcher Andrea Hazel leads Saint Mary's with her .346 batting average, 28 hits, 14 RBI and three home runs.
As a team, SMC is hitting .253 and is 24-of-33 in stolen bases. In the circle, the Gaels have a 2.96 ERA and will most likely pencil Lujane Mussadi and Sarah Lira in their starting lineups against the Aggies. Mussadi is 7-8 with a 2.78 ERA; Lira is 5-5 with a 2.35 ERA.
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walk-off comeback win
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NCAA Public Recognition Awards