Seasiders can't keep pace with Wolves (Game 2)

Lizabelle Talataina was the only Seasider with hits in both games against the Wolves.
Lizabelle Talataina was the only Seasider with hits in both games against the Wolves.

LAIE, Hawaii – Lizabelle Talataina led BYU-Hawaii women's softball with a strong performance from the plate, but the Seasiders fell 9-3 and 11-0 in a doubleheader with Western Oregon Friday at the BYU-Hawaii Softball Field.

Talataina was .500 at the plate with two RBI, two walks and a run scored. Alanna Anders added the first triple of her Seasider (1-7) career and an RBI.

Western Oregon (6-5) was led by Destiny Kuehl's 3 for 7 performance, including four RBI, three runs and a home run. Haley Fabian (2-3) and Sammi Cadwallader (3-0) each earned wins and did not allow an earned run on the day. 

Game two

  • It was all Wolves in the second game as Ashley Doyle and Clark each doubled to score three runs in the first inning. Ku'ulei Siolo then singled to right field to score Clark for the 4-0 lead. 
  • Western Oregon added to its lead in the second inning, taking advantage of three Seasider errors with five hits to make it 9-0.
  • Kuehl homered to left to end the scoring for the game.

BYU-Hawaii will return to the diamond Feb. 25 to take on Missouri Western State in a doubleheader beginning at 1 p.m. HST at the BYU-Hawaii softball field. Live stats will be available online.

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