Truman State softball extends winning-streak on the road

For the second time this season, the No.21 Truman softball team has a double-digit winning streak, having picked up a two-game sweep of Rockhurst on Saturday afternoon at Loyola Park on the RU campus. The Bulldogs took game one, 6-2, before cruising to a 7-1 victory in the finale.

The 21


-ranked Bulldogs (28-5, 18-2 GLVC) close out the two-day trip with a doubleheader at William Jewell on Sunday, with the first pitch set to begin at 12 p.m. in Liberty, Mo.

Game 1 Recap - #21 Truman 6, Rockhurst 2

Will be completed later Saturday once game file is received from host school.

Game 2 Recap - #21 Truman 7, Rockhurst 1
Andrea Klipsch and Kelsey Bollman each drove home two, and Kelsea Dorsey tossed a three-hitter to help Truman secure a 7-1 victory in the nightcap.

The Bulldogs used a five-run second inning to put the Hawks in an early 6-0 hole, after a delayed double steal resulted in Klipsch touching home in the first for an early 1-0 edge. Then, in the second, Truman had first and third with one out, before Danielle Lewellen brought home Liz Leath on a bunt. Klipsch then drove home Caroline Gatti from third, setting up a Bollman two-RBI double out to right field for a 5-0 Bulldog lead. Bollman would come around to score on a fielding error by the RU center fielder later in the frame.

Truman would get one more in the sixth when Klipsch flied out to center to plate Lewellen for the team's seventh run of the game.

While the offense pounded out 10 hits, Dorsey kept the Hawks off the board, save for a solo shot in the bottom of the second. She struck out six to earn her 13


victory of the season

Courtesy Truman State University