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Saturday, April 20, 2002

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Robert Morris Takes Two from Knights, 3-0 and 9-2
Caroline Kovach rips third home run of season

MOON TOWNSHIP -- The Fairleigh Dickinson University (7-22, 5-15 NEC) softball team dropped two games to host Robert Morris (21-17, 12-4) by scores of 3-0 and 9-2.

Nicole Farrissey (Fr., RHP, Paramus, NJ) threw a three-hitter for the Knights in game one, but still suffered the loss. Robert Morris' Brandi Papiernik hit a single in the second inning for two runs and Dana Knapp singled in another in the bottom of the sixth for the 3-0 shutout.   Lauren Dickenson moved to 16-11 with the win for the Colonials, striking out 11 and walking two in a complete game. Farrissey moved to 3-10, striking out four in six innings.

The Knights put together 10 hits in game two, including five doubles, managing a pair of runs. Caroline Kovach (Soph., CF, Tinton Falls, NJ) hit her fourth home run this season to start off the second frame, tying the game 1-1. Robert Morris scored one more in the third and fourth innings to move ahead 3-1. With Jessi Potter (Fr., 3B, Oneonta, NY) on base with one of her three doubles, Kovach hit a double of her own for the Knights' second run of the game in the top of the fifth to move within one, 3-2. Robert Morris'  Melissa Matteson and Dickenson each hit a three-run home run--Matteson in the fifth and Dickenson in the sixth to pile six runs onto the score and take the 9-2 win.  Dickenson took the game two win with 4.2 innings of relief, striking out two for her 17th win of the season against 11 losses. Jennifer Buehler (Fr., RHP, Oriskany, NY) moved to 2-7 for the Knights, fanning one without a walk in three and one-third innings.

The Knights remain in western Pennsylvania for their last Northeast Conference doubleheader of 2002.  They face the St. Francis (PA) Red Flash tomorrow, Sunday, April 21st starting at 12 noon.

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