The Marist women’s softball team are continuing to grow stronger before the MAAC tournament, sweeping Saint Peter’s in a double header.
After a competitive doubleheader opener, Marist was not able to pull out a win, losing in extra innings in the first faceoff and 4-1 in the second outing.
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“I am pleased because we battled all day,” said Marist Head Coach Joe Ausanio. “We scored runs when we needed to and we got some big clutch hits when we needed to. That’s the key.”
The game started off with something out of the ordinary, in Siena’s dugout a mysterious winged creature had made a home above the team’s bench.
While Phippen was keeping Iona swinging, it was the thievery of Marist sophomore Caroline Baratta that won them the game. As Ali Milam stole second in the bottom of the first, Baratta snuck home on a double steal to give the Red Foxes the lead.