The game two victory marks the first time that TSU (13-22, 5-8 OVC) has won at the Southeast Softball Complex. SEMO moves to 16-18, 6-7 OVC.
The Redhawks posted two more runs in the bottom of the fifth in route to the 5-2 win. Amanda Vaught (10-14) was tagged with the loss while Brittany Webb led TSU with two RBI’s.
TSU reclaimed the lead (2-1) in the top of the second but SEMO responded with another run in the bottom of the inning to knot the game at 2. TSU scored the final run of the game in the fourth. Jalisa Bradley singled and advanced to second on the throw. She then moved over to third on a hit to right field by Nicole Vincent before stealing home.
Lauren Weber (3-3) picked up her third win of the season.
Both teams will meet tomorrow to play the final game of the series. Game time is scheduled for 1 p.m.