The Bulls, 8-4, run ruled Colgate in 6 innings, winning 10 to 0. It was good to see Kalen McGill pitch well and the offense to get going after getting shut out in the loss the night before.
In the first inning, Bethaney Keen drove in Kristen Wykocc on a sac fly to put USF ahead 1 to 0 to start the game. In the third, Sam Worrell drew a bases loaded walk, scoring Lindsey Devitt to make it 2 to 0. In the 5th, Sam Worrell hit a sac fly to make it 3 to 0. Lindsey Devitt followed that with a 2-run single in the 6th to make it 5 to 0 as the Bulls took the late, commanding lead.
The offense really got going after Devitt as the Bulls went ahead 9 to 0 after Kenya Yancy, Keen, Lauren Evans, and Sam Worrell all drove in runs to blow this game wide open. Brook Hartman then drove a bases loaded walk to make it 10 to 0. It was a solid day for the Bulls at the plate and the 4 errors from Colgate helped out.
AnaMarie Bruni was 2 for 3 with a run scored. Worrell was 1 for 2 with 3 RBIs and scored a run. Evans was 2 for 2 with the RBI double and scored a run as well.
Kalen McGill (2-3) looked strong, going 6 innings, allowing 3 hits, 1 walk and struck out 4 batters to pick up the complete game victory for the good guys.
USF will take on Ole Miss again tomorrow at 10 AM followed by Stetson at 12:30 PM as the Bulls wrap up the tournament. Time to end the weekend on a high note with two more games on the schedule.