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Tennessee State303002882
Southeast Missouri03521516131
Win: ROOK (5-4) 2.132224
Loss: POWELL (2-22) 2.178632
SNELL (TSU) 322110
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Southeast Missouri0102148100
Win: THOGMARTIN (11-6) 6.020011
Loss: HART (0-13) 4.264251
VIRE (TSU) 301000
COX (TSU) 201000
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Tennessee State00000022
UT Martin1322X880
Win: Hannah Ridolfi (9-16) 5.020023
Loss: POWELL (2-23) 4.088612
JOHNSON (TSU) 101010
COX (TSU) 201000
Aalia Bivens (UTM) 302100
Savannah Dodson (UTM) 222200
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Tennessee State0000001180
UT Martin001004X5100
Win: Caitlin Karo (16-9) 7.081114
Loss: HART (0-14) 6.0105512
COX (TSU) 303000
Alli Fulcher (UTM) 312100
Savannah Dodson (UTM) 212000
Tigers to Make Final Road Trip of the Year
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Tigers to Make Final Road Trip of the Year

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Games 46-47: Southeast Missouri
Date: Saturday, Apr. 28, 2018
Times: 1:00 / 3:00 p.m.
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Ball Park: Southeast Softball Complex
Live Stats: Statbroadcast
Video: OVCDN

Games 48-49: UT Martin
Date: Sunday, Apr. 29, 2018
Times: 1:00 / 3:00 p.m.
Martin, Tenn.
Ball Park: Bettye Giles Field
Live Stats: Statbroadcast
Video: NA

Tennessee State heads back on the road for their final trip of the 2017-18 season. The Tigers look to play spoilers against teams trying to make the Ohio Valley Conference. TSU will look to bounce back after a 3-1 loss at home on Wednesday evening to Middle Tennessee.

Tigers (3-42, 0-14)

Reese Weber led the Tigers versus MT with a 2-for-3 performance. Her RBI double in the third was the lone run the Tigers would produce on the evening. Sarah Snell was issued her 26th walk of the season, moving her into a tie for seventh all-time in TSU history. The base on balls to open the first inning equaled the career total of Tayler Shimizu (2012-15) who amassed 46 walks during her four-year stint in Blue.

Top Statistical Tigers (at least 1.5 Plate Appearances Per Game):
Avg.: Sarah Snell - .276
Runs: Sarah Snell - 15
Hits: Sarah Snell - 32
Doubles: Katie Schneider - 9
Triples: Kasey Cox, Maddison Clark, Kierra Ware - 1
Home Runs: Erica O'Kane, Reese Weber, Maddison Clark - 2
RBI: Katie Schneider - 11
Stolen Bases: Sarah Snell - 15
Walks: Sarah Snell - 26
On Base Percentage - Sarah Snell - .411
Slugging Percentage - Katie Schneider - .327
ERA: Lauren Powell - 4.83
Wins: Lauren Powell - 2
Innings Pitched: Lauren Powell - 133.1
Strikeouts: Lauren Powell - 81

Southeast Missouri (29-18, 11-7)

The Redhawks sport four batters hitting over .300 with double digit extra base hits. Rachel Anderson leads the charge hitting .359 with eight doubles, six triples and one home run while driving in 25. Anderson also leads SEMO in runs scored (31), walks (22) and stolen bases (9). Mykael Arellanes sits just behind Anderson at a .348 clip and has eight doubles, two triples and two dingers. Parker Bandy has totaled six doubles, two triples and two round-trippers behind a .322 average. Abby Tillotson (.302) has six doubles and has belted six home runs, second only to Addison Barnouski (.264) and Sarah Messex (.258) with seven. Madeline Krumrey is the ace of the Redhawks staff with 97 strikeouts in 133.1 innings and is 12-7 with a 3.68 ERA, along with one save. Haley Thogmartin gives SEMO a one-two punch, as she has amassed a 10-6 record with a save and a 2.39 ERA. Thogmartin has fanned 65 batters in 93.2 innings. Rachel Rook has been solid out of the bullpen with four saves and a 4-4 record with a 2.75 ERA. Rook has 48 punchouts in 43.1 innings of work.

UT Martin (23-28, 7-11)

Jodie Duncan leads UT Martin at the plate with a .306 batting average. Duncan has recorded 48 hits, seven of which are doubles to go along with one home run, and leads the team with 25 RBI. The Skyhawks lead the Ohio Valley Conference with 114 stolen bases, 35 more than Austin Peay who is second in the conference. UTM boasts six players with double-digit swipes, including Savannah Dodson with 19, Halie Fain with 18 and Lauren Myers at 17.Hannah Ridolfi and Caitlin Karo have handled the majority of the pitching, tossing 313.2 of the 347.0 innings for the Skyhawks. Ridolfi is 8-16 with a 2.64 ERA and two shutouts, while Karo is 15-9 with a 2.85 ERA and three shutouts.