Delaware Tech 20, Ocean (N.J.) County 4
Delaware Tech 12, Cumberland (N.J.) 0
The Roadrunners continued their strong season with a pair of wins in a home doubleheader.
In the first game, DelTech walloped Ocean County in a game shortened to five innings by the slaughter rule as Krista Dukes earned her first collegiate win with 4 strikeouts over 3 innings. She allowed 3 hits and 2 runs.
At the plate, the Roadrunners went wild, with Lauren Toomey registering a single, double and triple and driving in three runs in three trips.
Leah Conley went 2-for-3 with a triple and 2 RBI and Suzanne Bakerwent 4-for-4. Kenya Alexander, Samantha Wilkinson and Holly Holderbaum added doubles.
The Roadrunners' bats were alive again in the second game against Cumberland, also shortened to five innings by the slaughter rule.
Baker went 3-for-3 with a double and 2 RBI to back the shutout pitching of Alexander. Now 7-2, Alexander struck out 5 while allowing only 2 hits and 2 walks.
Besides Baker, Allison Griffith went 2-for-4 with 3 RBI, Leah Conley belted a solo homer in the fourth inning, and Wilkinson and Krista Dukes added a pair of singles apiece.
The Roadrunners are now 12-3.
Delaware Tech 1, Hudson Valley (N.Y.) 0
The Roadrunners won another tight game to improve to 10-3.
The game was scoreless going into the sixth inning before Allison Griffith drove in Jamee Elliott on a sacrifice fly.
Kenya Alexander rose to 5-2 with a three-hit shutout. A Milford High School graduate, Alexander struck out five.
Delaware Tech 5, Brookdale (N.J.) 0
Delaware Tech 3, Lackawanna (Pa.) 2
The Roadrunners collected a pair of wins in the doubleheader at DelTech-Stanton.
Against Brookdale, Kenya Alexander of Milford pitched a two-hit shutout with 10 strikeouts.
She supported herself at the plate, as well, with 3 hits including a double and an RBI.
Lean Conley also had three hits including a double and an RBI, while Krista Dukes added 2 doubles and an RBI.
Alexander also figured prominently in the win over Lackawanna, as she lef off the seventh inning with a game-winning home run. Angela Robinson rose to 3-1 with the win on the mound. She and Lauren Toomey contributed two hits apiece.
Delaware Tech 17, Salem (N.J.) 1
Delaware Tech 10, Salem 1
The Roadrunners opened their home schedule with a pair of routs of visiting Salem.
Delaware Tech pounded out 17 hits in the first game with Leah Conley's 4-for-5 effort with a double and 4 RBI leading the way. Pitcher Kenya Alexander went 3-for-5 with 3 RBI, Hayley Wormer went 2-for-2, and Allison Griffith had a hit and 3 RBI.
Alexander allowed just one hit and struck out 8 in rising to 3-2.
In Game 2, Lauren Toomey earned her first win on the mound while Conley went 2-for-3 with 2 RBI and Jenna Tingle doubled in two runs.
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