April 19, 2022123456RHE
APP STATE111005850
Win: Buckner (11-8) 6.020026
Loss: Allison Farr (3-13) 5.258654
Houston (APP) 322411
Amber Atkins (ETSU) 201010
Bailey Turnbow (ETSU) 201000
April 19, 202212345RHE
APP STATE15200880
Win: Neas (7-2) 5.020002
Loss: Whitley Arnott (0-13) 2.068562
Thorp (APP) 322301
Andrea Sarhatt (ETSU) 201000
Cameron Young (ETSU) 201000
ETSU Breaks Stolen Base Record in Doubleheader Loss
ETSU Breaks Stolen Base Record in Doubleheader Loss
Tuesday, April 19, 2022

ETSU drops pair of games to Mountaineers

JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (April 19, 2022) – ETSU Softball suffered a pair of shutout losses to Appalachian State on Tuesday afternoon, falling 8-0 in both games to the Mountaineers. However, the Buccaneers did come away with some history, recording their 96th stolen base of the season to break the all-time school record for stolen bases in a single season.

Game 1: Appalachian State 8, ETSU 0 (6 innings)
The Mountaineers scored in the opening inning of game one, capitalizing on a wild pitch by Allison Farr (Knoxville, Tenn.). The very next inning, Appalachian State doubled its lead to 2-0 after an ETSU fielding error allowed the Mountaineers to cross the plate.

Appalachian State scored one more in the third inning before exploding for five runs in the sixth to take an 8-0 advantage. Kayt Houston was responsible for four of the five runs, launching a bases-loaded grand slam over the center field wall.

The Bucs had a third-inning highlight for the record book. With two outs in the inning, Ally Chernak (Ooltewah, Tenn.) aided the Bucs in breaking a school record with the team’s 96th stolen base of the season. The previous record was 95 held by the 2008 team.

Pitchers of Record
» Win: Delani Buckner (11-8)
» Loss: Allison Farr (3-13)

» The Bucs had two hits in game one, delivered by Amber Atkins (South Pittsburg, Tenn.) and Bailey Turnbow (Cookeville, Tenn.).
» ETSU finished the game with three errors and two hits, falling to the Mountaineers for the third time this season.

Game 2: Appalachian State 8, ETSU 0 (5 innings)
Game two was much of the same story, this time with the Mountaineers posting a big inning in the second inning with a five-run, four-hit inning while the Bucs also recorded two errors.

Appalachian State collected eight runs on eight hits, scoring eight runs for the fourth time this season against the Bucs.

Pitchers of Record
» Win: Sejal Neas (7-2)
» Loss: Whitley Arnott (0-13)

» The Bucs had two hits in game two, delivered by Andrea Sarhatt (Knoxville, Tenn.) and Cameron Young (Knoxville, Tenn.).
» For the second time on the day, the Bucs tallied had more hits than errors with three errors and two hits.
» ETSU drops to 24-21 all-time against the Mountaineers, falling in 13 of the last 15 outings.
» In the four meetings this season, Appalachian State outscored ETSU 32-1.

Record Update
» ETSU: 5-39
» Appalachian State: 25-18

Up Next
ETSU is back in Southern Conference action this weekend as the Buccaneers travel to Macon, Ga. to take on Mercer in a three-game series beginning on Saturday.  

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