Moore Throws Seventh Postseason No-Hitter In UW History
SEATTLE – Pat Moore threw the seventh postseason no-hitter game in Washington history as the Huskies beat Seattle U 8-0 in five innings. Moore's only blemish was a walk in the fifth inning: the senior set down the first 13 batters she faced.
Moore, who had only made one start this year and had three complete games in her Husky career entering tonight, did not allow the ball to leave the infield all game long. She joins Gabbie Plain, Taran Alvelo, Bryana Walker, Danielle Lawrie, and Jennifer Spediacci as the only Huskies ever to throw no-hitters in the postseason.
The offense was sparked by Noelle Hee, who had a solo home run in the second, then a three-run double in the third. Taryn Atlee had an impressive day as well, going 3-for-3 as one of four Huskies with multiple hits in the game. Sis Bates recorded her 315th career hit in the game as well, tying her with Ashley Charters for second in Washington history.
Washington would score five runs in the third inning to break open what had been a one-run game to that point. Ten Huskies came to the plate in that inning. In all, eight of the ten Huskies to see action in the game would score runs.
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Washington will face Michigan tomorrow at 5:00 pm. If the Huskies win that game, the two teams will face off again at 7:30 pm.
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