Doremus Ties School Record in Softball's Sunday Loss to No. 7 UCLA

April 18, 2010

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Corvallis, Ore. – Freshman Maggie Doremus (San Diego, Calif.) tied the school record for most doubles in a single season with two for the second straight weekend in the Oregon State softball team’s (21-21, 2-7) 10-6 loss to the No. 7 UCLA Bruins (30-9, 4-5) on Sunday afternoon at the OSU Softball Complex.

 

Doremus went 2-for-4 with a RBI and run, while freshman Ally Kutz (Mt. Vernon, Wash.) went 3-for-4 with a run to lead the team’s nine total hits. Overall, Oregon State had four doubles on the day, two shy of the school record six.

 

UCLA took the early 2-0 lead in the top of the second on a pair of RBI singles but the Beavers captured the lead in the bottom half of the inning. With one out, Kutz singled through the left side before she moved to third on Doremus’ double to left center. Senior Kelly Dyer (Eugene, Ore.), who came in relief to pitch in the top of the second, earned her second hit of the season on a double through the right side to tie the game at two all.

 

Dyer scored another run on an error by first baseman Megan Langenfeld in senior Dani Chisholm’s (Boring, Ore.) before a double by sophomore Ashley Sanchez (Alameda, Calif.) scored the fourth run of the inning, giving Oregon State the 4-2 edge after two full.

 

But the Bruins put seven runs on the board in the top of the third to make the game 9-4. Oregon State tacked on another run in the bottom half of the inning on freshman Marina Demore’s (Vancouver, British Columbia) RBI single to make the game 9-5 heading into the fourth.

 

Oregon State cut the lead to three in the bottom of the fifth on Doremus’ second double of the game with Demore earning the run after leading off the inning with a walk.

 

But UCLA built its lead back up to four at what would stand as the final 10-6 score with another RBI single in the top of the seventh.

 

Sophomore Paige Hall (Portland, Ore.) started the game, going one inning and facing two in the top of the second. Dyer was the pitcher of record, throwing 1.2 innings, fanning one to make her record 5-4 on the season. Freshman Marina Demore (Vancouver, British Columbia) closed out the game with three strikeouts.

 

The Bruins’ Donna Kerr earned the complete game win, improving to 14-5 on the season.

 

Oregon State takes a break from conference play for a single game at Portland State. The Beavers will take on the Vikings on Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. Follow these games live through GameTracker or on Twitter – OregonStateSB.

 

UCLA 10, Oregon State 6 (Apr 18, 2010 at Corvallis, Ore.)

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UCLA................ 027 000 1 - 10 13  2      (30-9, 4-5 Pac-10)

Oregon State........ 041 010 0 -  6  9  1      (21-21, 2-7 Pac-10)

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Pitchers: UCLA - Kerr, Donna and Shull, Kaila. Oregon State - Hall, Paige; Dyer, Kelly(2);

Demore, Marina(3) and Black, Tarah; Roderfeld, Audrey.

Win-Kerr, Donna(15-5)  Loss-Dyer, Kelly(5-4)  T-2:43  A-511

Weather: SUNNY!! 54 Degrees

Hall faced 2 batters in the 2nd.

 

Oregon State Notes – Freshman Maggie Doremus hit her fifth double in conference play, seventh of the season; Doremus tied the school record for most doubles in a single game for the second time this season with two … Freshman Lea Cavestany stole her 13th base of the season to continue to be perfect in stolen bases on the season … Oregon State turned its seventh double play of conference play, 15th season.

                                                                  

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