In the second game of their Saturday doubleheader at Cabrillo, the Falcons scored in double digits for the fifth straight game as they won 10-5, this time in seven innings. First baseman Tatyana Rosen collected four hits and drove in three runs to lead the Falcons' offense. McKenna Rickles and Hope Ferri had five more hits between them, giving them 11 total hits in the doubleheader. Rickles pitched five solid innings before giving way to Lauren Orris, who pitched the final two innings. Catcher Kaitlyn Karmazin, with four hits in seven at bats during the doubleheader, raised her team-leading batting average to .500. Of note, the Falcons improved their early-season record to 6-5, the first time they've had a winning record since the program began in 2016.
Falcons notch fifth straight win, 10-5 over Cabrillo
Feb 17, 2018