- Ada, Oklahoma


February 4, 2014



Ada — Game 1 – Cameron 2, ECU 1

The Aggies (2-0) opened the scoring with a run in the second and added a second in the sixth before ECU was able to get on the board.

The Tigers scored a run in the bottom of the sixth, with two outs on the scoreboard.  Donohoe started things off with a double to right center and was sent home on a double from Spini to right center in the next at-bat.

ECU had a chance to tie in the bottom of the seventh, with a runner on second and two outs after senior Ethan Gold hit a single down the right field line as a pinch hitter.  However, the next batter popped up to the third baseman to end the game.

Game 2 – Cameron 7, ECU 1

Cameron opened the second game of the day with a run in the first inning.  The Aggies added three in the third, one in the fourth and two in the fifth to take a 0-7 lead.

In the bottom of the sixth, ECU earned its lone run of the game.  Spini started the inning with a single to right field and went sent to third on a double by Pomales down the left field line.  Junior David Terrazas earned the RBI after he grounded out to second.

Softball Splits Opening Games at St. Mary’s Classic

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS – The East Central University softball team fell in the opening game of the 2014 season to Texas A&M International (1-7), but then rebounded with a win against St. Mary’s (5-2), who received votes in the preseason NFCA Coaches Poll.

The Lady Tigers (1-1) were led by sophomore Sydney Dow, with three hits, one run and an RBI.  Dow garnered a double and a home run in two starts for ECU.  Sophomore Leah Tigert added two hits and two RBIs, include a game-tying home run against the Rattlers.

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