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Dawgs Defeat Texas Tech, Come From Behind to Defeat No. 7 Oklahoma State

Feb 19, 2022

CLEARWATER, Florida – No. 6 Washington narrowly defeated Texas Tech 1-0 Saturday afternoon, and then less than an hour later, beat No. 7 Oklahoma State 7-6 after being down 2-4 in the sixth inning. Washington moves to 9-0, and has defeated four ranked opponents this year, three in the past two days.
Not much was going for Washington against Texas Tech, as the team was held to its lowest scoring output of the season. Kinsey Fiedler did her best to get the Dawgs on the board in the bottom of the fourth, but the Texas Tech right fielder was able snag the home run from behind the fence. Baylee Klingler eventually ended the stalemate with her fourth home run of the tournament (fifth of the season). Gabbie Plain earned the win, pitching the entirety of the game and striking out nine.
It looked like the Dawgs might face their first loss of the season, with No. 7 Oklahoma State holding control for much of the game. Baylee Klingler continued her hot hitting streak, doubling in the sixth to pull Washington within one (3-4). Kinsey Fiedler then singled and tied the game at four. In the bottom of the sixth, the Cowgirls plated two, putting the Huskies in a situation they hadn't faced much this season. It was no matter for Madi Huskey – though – who sent a clutch home run to deep center field to tie the game at six. Klinger then sealed the deal with a single that was able to send Kelley Lynch home on a Cowgirl error. Pat Moore earned the win with 3.2 innings pitched and two strikeouts.
6th: Baylee Klingler homered to center field.
Baylee Klinger hit her fourth home run of the St. Pete Clearwater Elite Invitational. This was her fourth straight game with a homer.
Gabbie Plain pitched her fourth complete game shutout of the season. She's pitched 25 straight innings without allowing a run. The senior struck out nine against the Red Raiders. She needs eight more strikeouts to become second on the Husky all-time career strikeout list.
3rd: Sarah Willis doubled, scoring Baylee Klingler and Sami Reynolds. This put the Dawgs up 2-0.
6th: Klingler doubled and scored Angie Yellen (unearned). Washington cut the deficit to 3-4.
6th: Kinsey Fiedler singled and scored Klinger, tying the game at four a piece.
7th: Madi Huskey homered (2 RBI). Game was tied 6-6.
7th: Klingler singled and scored Kelley Lynch to put the Dawgs up 7-6.
Baylee Klingler went 4-for-5 with one RBI. She has had a hit in every game this year.
Sarah Willis went 2-for-4 and also saw time in center field and in the circle (2.1 innings pitched, three strikeouts).
Madi Huskey hit her second home run of the season, her 13th of her career.
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