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The Rams broke the game open early with 11 first inning runs and went on to claim the win. As a team, the Rams put on an impressive showing at the plate. The Rams totaled 12 hits in the game and turned them into 17 total runs. The Rams totaled five extra base hits in the game. WSSU senior catcher Alleshia Pullen led the way for the Rams with a three-for-four performance at the plate with two doubles, two runs scored, and three runs batted in RBI. Sophomore outfielder Kameryn Kirby added a three-for-three batting effort with three runs scored and two RBI.

The Rams opened the game on a high note and kept things going from there. After scoring 11 first inning runs, the Rams added three second inning runs. Kirby added a stolen base that allowed junior A'Yonna Waddell to score. The effort allowed the Rams to take a lead. The Vikings were able to claim a score in the third inning before the Rams added two more of their own third inning scores. Pullen was able to score when freshman Breanna Frye stole second to put the Rams on top, Later in the inning, freshman Camarie Patterson hit an RBI single to score Frye and left the Rams on top, at the end of the fourth inning.

In the fifth inning, ECSU would score on a solo home run, but the effort was not enough as the Rams sealed the win. She started the game and threw all five innings. She finished the game with two runs allowed on four hits. She also finished the game with four strikeouts. With the win, the Rams improve to to open the season. The two teams would go on to complete the doubleheader later in the day. Posted: Mar 13, Game 1 Game 1 Elizabeth City St. Photos Video Live stats Box Score. Game 1 Batting. Elizabeth City St. HR: none. Full stats.

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