Red Hawks Defeat Eagles in Final Game of Championship Series

Simpson University Sports News


TROUTVILLE, Va. - After being forced into a game two, winner-take-all championship game at the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Softball World Series, the No. 2 seeded Simpson University softball team defeated the No. 4 Oklahoma Christian University Eagles by a score of 6-4.

After winning their way back up to the championship game to play the Red Hawks for the second time in the tournament, the Eagles bested the Red Hawks 4-3 in game one. In the second game of the championship, the Red Hawks came from behind after being down 4-2 early, to defeat Oklahoma by a final score of 6-4.

The difference came in the fifth inning when Kaylahna Mah homered and Anjelica Cisneros who was three for three, inlcuding three RBIs in the game, batted in the go-ahead run.

In the fifth inning, Mah doubled to left-center field, allowing Aleisha Brown to score.

Freshman Jessica Dager was 1-1, including one run. Dager, Rachel Esse and Brown made important contributions at the plate.

Paris Hallums was the winning pitcher, securing her fourth win of the tournament. 


Simpson University Softball Team - Championship Photo

Photo by the NCCAA


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