(March 9, 2005) - The Lady Bucs softball squad (6-12) traveled to
After a pair of strikeouts to open play by the UT pitching staff during the first contest of the afternoon, ETSU showed they weren't going to go down without a fight by ripping a pair of two-out base hits to place runners at first and second. However, the Lady Vols struck out ETSU second baseman Mary Beth Hazelwood (
During game one of the two game set, Danielle Spetar (Knoxville, Tenn.), third baseman Lindsay Lane (Irwin, Tenn.), Jessica Lonsinger (Dale City, Va.) and freshman Briana Knight (Brier, Wa.) each registered one hit for the game, while the ETSU pitching staff allowed 12 hits with three strikeouts during game one.
During game two, the Bucs threatened to jump in front in the top of the first inning as ETSU led off the frame against starting UT pitcher Megan Rhodes with back-to-back singles from rightfielder Janine Sprague (
Sprague led ETSU in the second set with two hits, while Spetar added one hit from centerfield for the Bucs. Pitcher Belinda Barrera (
ETSU returns to action this weekend when they travel to