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Hot Pitching Shuts Down Yale

Sydney Ginsberg
Sydney Ginsberg

Bulldogs Fall To Manhattan, Colgate

Yale ran into a pair of hot pitchers on Tuesday in Florida. Stephanie Kristo pitched a five-hit shutout to lead Manhattan to a 3-0 win in the Bulldogs' first game of the day, and Jessica Hay tossed a four-hitter to lead as Colgate topped Yale 8-0 in game 2.

Yale had scoring opportunities against Manhattan. The best chance came in the fifth when Allison Skinner reached on an error, and Camille Weisenbach singled with two out. Shelby Kennedy followed with a single, but pinch runner Olivia Vinyard was out at the plate after a fine throw from the Jaspers' left-fielder.

The Bulldogs also had threatened in the fourth when Laina Do and Carlin Hagmaier singled. Kristo, though, induced a double play grounder to get out of the inning.

Manhattan (7-7) scored twice in the second and once in the fourth.

Lindsay Efflandt pitched well for the Bulldogs, yielding seven hits and striking out two.

Rachel Paris had a double in the game for Yale.

In the second game, Colgate built a 5-0 lead after two innings and went to the victory.

The Bulldogs also had chances to score in this game, particularly early. Do (walk) and Paris (hit by pitch) both reached in the first but were left stranded.

In the third, Sydney Ginsberg and Sydney Glover both singled but Hay worked out of that jam as well.

The Red Raiders sealed the victory three runs in the fourth.

Giovy Webb and Madison Sack had hits in the game for the Bulldogs.

Yale plays at Jacksonville (2:30 p.m.) and South Florida (7:45 p.m.) at the USF Stadium on Wednesday.

Report filed by Tim Bennett (timothy.bennett@yale.edu), Yale Sports Publicity