In game one, LMU jumped out to an early 2-0 lead on the wings of back-to-back homeruns by Taylor McGinnis and Sarah Walz. The Lady Railsplitters extended that lead in the following inning with as Meg Ryan doubled-in Ashley Knight.
Anderson grabbed a run in the fourth inning with a homerun by Abby Child. In the Lincoln Memorial half of that inning, their offense exploded for four runs. With RBI-singles by Taylor McGinnis and Bridget Eicher, the Lady Railsplitters effectively put the game out of reach. LMU would win game one by a score of 8-2.
Katie-Jo Gentry picked up the win in the game as she threw all seven innings and allowed only two earned runs. LMU's offense was potent in game one as eight of the nine Lady Railsplitter hitters recorded hits in the game with Bridget Eicher's 3-4 performance highlighting the game.
In game two, LMU started the scoring with a Taylor McGinnis single in the bottom of the first. The Lady Railsplitters scored another run in that inning to take an early 2-0 lead.
In the top of the third, the Trojans tied the game with a two-run homerun by Emily Montieth. However, Lincoln Memorial quickly regained the lead with a homerun by Bridget Eicher.
The Lady Railsplitters would take control of the game in the bottom of the fourth as Cierra Mudd scored on an error and Brittany Stuive drove in another with a single. Lincoln Memorial would go on to the 6-3 win.
Gentry got the win as she pitched five innings and allowed three runs. Cierra Mudd threw two shutout innings to pick up the save. Gentry moves to 8-11 on the season.
LMU opens their final SAC series at Catawba Saturday starting at 1 p.m.