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Virginia vs Boston College (Apr 26, 2014)

 
Box Score
 

2014 University of Virginia Softball
Virginia at Boston College
Apr 26, 2014 at Chestnut Hill, Mass. (Shea Field)

Virginia 1 (8-41,1-23 ACC)

Player   ab    r    h  rbi   bb   so   po    a  lob 
Heidi Velk lf 
Iyana Hughes cf 
Katie Park
Lindsay Mayer 3b 
Madison Labshere ss 
Megan Harris 1b 
Aimee Chapdelaine
Karli Johnson dp 
Marcy Bowdren 2b 
Taylor Sarcone rf 
Totals  24  18 
  

Boston College 5 (25-19,10-11 ACC)

Player   ab    r    h  rbi   bb   so   po    a  lob 
M. Cooley cf 
N. D'Argento p/1b 
T. Speer c 
J. Weed 1b/p 
A. DiMaso 2b 
J. Daulton ss 
T. Coroneos rf 
T. Cortez 3b 
   N. Koszowski pr 
A. Sommers lf 
   M. Paulson lf 
Totals  23  21 

Score by Innings                  R  H  E
-----------------------------------------
Virginia............ 000 001 0 -  1  3  0
Boston College...... 002 003 X -  5  7  1
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E - M. Cooley. LOB - VA 3; BC 7. 2B - I. Hughes. HR - T. Speer. SH - J. Daulton. SF - N. D'Argento.

Virginia   ip  er  bb  so  wp  bk  hbp  ibb  ab  bf  fo  go  np 
Aimee Chapdelaine L,8-34  6.0  23  30  123 
  
Boston College   ip  er  bb  so  wp  bk  hbp  ibb  ab  bf  fo  go  np 
N. D'Argento W,16-12  6.0  21  22  94 
J. Weed   1.0 

Win - N. D'Argento (16-12). Loss - Chapdelaine (8-34). Save - None. WP - Chapdelaine 3. Pitches/strikes: Chapdelaine 123/66; N. D'Argento 94/54; J. Weed 7/4.

Umpires - HP: Tim Kasate 1B: Ted Broyles 3B: Diane Carden
Start: 2:00 pm Time: 1:55 Attendance: 129
Weather: Wet

 
Play-by-Play
 

2014 University of Virginia Softball
Virginia at Boston College
Apr 26, 2014 at Chestnut Hill, Mass. (Shea Field)

Virginia starters: 19/lf Velk; 8/cf I. Hughes; 12/c K. Park; 6/3b L. Mayer; 3/ss M. Labshere; 23/1b M. Harris; 10/p Chapdelaine; 9/dp Johnson; 1/2b Bowdren; 25/rf T. Sarcone;

Boston College starters: 6/cf M. Cooley; 13/p N. D'Argento; 25/c T. Speer; 8/1b J. Weed; 17/2b A. DiMaso; 7/ss J. Daulton; 9/rf T. Coroneos; 21/3b T. Cortez; 5/lf A. Sommers;

Virginia 1st - Velk struck out looking (1-2). I. Hughes struck out swinging (2-2). K. Park struck out swinging (2-2). 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Boston College 1st - M. Cooley singled to left field (1-0). M. Cooley advanced to second on a wild pitch. N. D'Argento popped up to ss (3-2). T. Speer popped up to 3b. J. Weed lined out to lf (0-1). 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 1 LOB.

Virginia 2nd - L. Mayer grounded out to 3b (2-1). M. Labshere struck out swinging (2-2). M. Harris grounded out to ss (3-1). 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Boston College 2nd - A. DiMaso walked (3-2). J. Daulton out at first p to 2b, SAC, bunt (1-0); A. DiMaso advanced to second. T. Coroneos grounded out to 2b (3-2); A. DiMaso advanced to third. T. Cortez grounded out to 3b (1-1). 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 1 LOB.

Virginia 3rd - Chapdelaine struck out swinging (2-2). Johnson struck out looking (2-2). Bowdren singled to right center (3-1). Velk popped up to ss (0-0). 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 1 LOB.

Boston College 3rd - A. Sommers struck out swinging (3-2). M. Cooley walked (3-1). N. D'Argento grounded out to ss (1-1); M. Cooley advanced to second. T. Speer homered to center field, 2 RBI (3-1); M. Cooley scored. J. Weed struck out swinging (2-2). 2 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Virginia 4th - I. Hughes popped up to cf (1-1). K. Park popped up to 2b. L. Mayer flied out to rf (2-1). 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Boston College 4th - A. DiMaso grounded out to 3b. J. Daulton grounded out to 3b (2-2). T. Coroneos walked (3-0). T. Cortez singled up the middle; T. Coroneos advanced to second. A. Sommers grounded out to 3b unassisted (2-2). 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 2 LOB.

Virginia 5th - M. Labshere fouled out to lf (1-2). M. Harris fouled out to 1b (2-1). Chapdelaine fouled out to ss. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Boston College 5th - M. Cooley lined out to cf (0-2). N. D'Argento flied out to rf (2-1). T. Speer singled to left center (3-1). T. Speer advanced to second on a wild pitch. J. Weed grounded out to 3b (1-1). 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 1 LOB.

Virginia 6th - Johnson struck out swinging (3-2). Bowdren fouled out to rf (3-2). Velk singled through the left side (2-0). I. Hughes doubled to left center, advanced to third on an error by cf, RBI (0-2); Velk scored. K. Park walked (3-1). L. Mayer flied out to rf (3-2). 1 run, 2 hits, 1 error, 2 LOB.

Boston College 6th - A. DiMaso walked (3-2). J. Daulton singled through the left side (3-1); A. DiMaso advanced to second. T. Coroneos flied out to lf (0-2). T. Cortez singled through the left side, advanced to second on the throw, RBI (0-1); J. Daulton advanced to third; A. DiMaso scored. N. Koszowski pinch ran for T. Cortez. M. Paulson to lf for A. Sommers. M. Paulson singled to right field, RBI (3-1); N. Koszowski advanced to third; J. Daulton scored. M. Paulson advanced to second; N. Koszowski scored on a wild pitch. M. Cooley walked (3-0). A. Sommers to lf for M. Paulson. N. D'Argento flied out to lf, SAC (2-2); M. Cooley advanced to second; A. Sommers advanced to third. T. Speer flied out to lf (1-0). 3 runs, 3 hits, 0 errors, 2 LOB.

Virginia 7th - N. D'Argento to 1b. J. Weed to p. T. Cortez to 3b for N. Koszowski. M. Labshere grounded out to 3b. M. Harris lined out to rf (2-2). Chapdelaine fouled out to lf (1-0). 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

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