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CSS softball: Saints swept on the road by Gustavus Adolphus

Saints wrap up regular season Wednesday at Concordia

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St. Scholastica dropped a pair of games to Gustavus Adolphus Monday in St. Peter, Minnesota.
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DULUTH — The St. Scholastica softball team fell to 13-21 on the season and 5-15 in MIAC play on Monday via 7-6 and 9-4 losses to Gustavus Adolphus in St. Peter, Minnesota.

The Saints scored all six of their runs in the opener in the seventh inning, nearly rallying from a 7-0 deficit. Junior first baseman Haley Rosenthal and freshman catcher Lauren Lavaino had doubles in the seventh as both finished with two hits. Lavaino's double drove in two runs.

Rosenthal, pitching in Game 2, drove in two runs. Senior first baseman Olivia Howe had a home run and double among her two hits in the 9-4 loss.

The Saints close the regular season with a doubleheader at 3 p.m. Wednesday in Moorhead, Minnesota, against Concordia. The MIAC playoffs begin Thursday.

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