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Sunday, April 3, 2005
NASHVILLE --- Kristina Blair did not allow an earned run in leading Tennessee State to a 3-1 victory against Southeast Missouri in the first game. TSU committed four errors in the first inning of the nightcap on the way to a 14-0 loss in an Ohio Valley Conference doubleheader split Sunday. Blair allowed just four hits, two coming in the first inning in tossing the complete-game victory. A two-out error scored Southeast's lone run in the opener. TSU bounced back with two runs in the bottom of the first. Heather Ebersole singled and scored on Blair's fielder's choice and Laura Freeman had a two-out single to score the go-ahead run. Leena Worrell doubled and scored on Hollie Sander's single to right center for the Tigers' third run. In the nightcap, Southeast scored eight unearned runs in the first inning. The Redhawks tacked on four more runs in the second inning. TSU finished the game with six errors. Eleven of the runs allowed were unearned. Michelle Summers scored three runs for the Redhawks and Megan McDonald had a pair of hits. Katie Otterness had a two-run double. Southeast starter Amy Fahnestock won her second game of the series, allowing four hits in notching the shutout.

Box Score (Game One)

Box Score (Game Two) ###