March 09, 202212345RHE
East Tennessee State00020223
Virginia Tech43110X18170
Win: Mackenzie Osborne (1-0) 2.012232
Loss: Allison Farr (2-3) 1.145401
Riley Nayadley (ETSU) 111010
Cameron Young (ETSU) 201000
Emma Ritter (VT) 212401
Morgan Overaitis (VT) 222201
Alexa Milius (VT) 222301
Darby Trull (VT) 212101
Hokies’ Bats too much for Bucs
Hokies’ Bats too much for Bucs
Wednesday, March 9, 2022

ETSU drops 16-run decision at Virginia Tech

BLACKSBURG, Va. (March 9, 2022) – The offensive firepower by the sixth-ranked Virginia Tech Hokies proved too much for ETSU Softball as the Bucs dropped an 18-2 decision Wednesday afternoon in Blacksburg, Va.

Virginia Tech scored the game’s first eight runs in a span of three innings, carrying an 8-0 advantage headed into the top of the fourth.

ETSU was able to score its two runs in the top of the fourth, beginning with a bases-loaded, one-out walk drawn by Savannah Ricketts (Hixson, Tenn.). The very next at bat, Riley Tucker (Mount Pleasant, N.C.) delivered her sixth RBI of the season with an RBI ground out, bringing home Riley Nayadley (Ooltewah, Tenn.).

The Hokies immediately responded with 10 runs in the bottom half of the fourth, putting to bed any hopes of a Buccaneer upset.

Pitchers of Record
» Win: Mackenzie Osborne (1-0)
» Loss: Allison Farr (2-3)

» Freshmen Riley Nayadley and Cameron Young (Knoxville, Tenn.) accounted for the two base knocks for the Blue & Gold.
» It was Allison Farr (Knoxville, Tenn.) who was on the hook for the loss, concluding the game with 1.1 innings of work and five runs (four earned) allowed.
» ETSU falls to 1-17 all-time against Virginia Tech, including 0-8 in Blacksburg.

Record Update
» ETSU: 4-15
» Virginia Tech: 15-3

Up Next
ETSU will now turn its attention to hosting Miami (Ohio) in a doubleheader on Friday beginning at 2 p.m.

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