For the visiting Hokies, it was Cameron Fagan who lead the offensive power for her team. In her 5 at bats she recorded 3 hits. Fagan drove in 4 runs, while scoring 3 runs herself.
Bre Peck and Kelsey Bennett both went 3 for 6 with 3 runs scored. Peck had 3 RBI while Bennett recorded 4. Bennett’s hits came off of one homerun and one triple.
Yesterday’s slugger, Darby Trull, went 2 for 5 with one run scored. Kelsey Brown was 2 for 3 at the plate, with 1 RBI and a triple.
Jayme Bailey was a perfect 3 for 3 with one hit and 3 runs scored and a walk. Meredith Slaw also went 3 for 3 with one run scored, 4 RBI with a homerun and a double.
In the circle for Virginia Tech, Emma Lemley got the start and went 3 innings. She gave up 3 hits and 4 runs to the FSU offense, while recording 4 strikeouts and giving up 3 walks.
Ivy Rosenberry entered for the Hokies, but was not able to secure an out as she gave up 1 hit and 3 runs.
Keely Rochard came in for the rest of the game, going 4 innings. In that time she gave up 2 hits and 2 runs. She got 5 strikeouts to only 1 walk.
For the Seminoles, the rally started in the 4th inning, as they put 9 runs across to cut the deficit.
Kaley Mudge went 2 for 4, with 1 run scored, 1 RBI and a double.
Mack Leonard was part of the big inning for the ‘Noles, as she hit a 3 run homerun to help her team. In the circle, she went 2.1 innings allowing 11 runs off of 8 hits with 1 strike out and 2 walks.
Kalei Harding came up clutch in the 4th with a grand slam to get 4 runs back.
For the ‘Noles in the circle, Danielle Watson got the start and went 2 innings. She gave up 8 runs off of 7 hits. Watson recorded 2 strikeouts to the Hokies and 3 walks.
Brianna Enter and Emma Wilson also saw time, Enter going .2 innings and Wilson with 2 innings. Enter got one hit and 1 strikeout, while Wilson gave up 4 runs off of 5 hits and no strikeouts.
The series will conclude Sunday at 12 p.m. on the ACC Network