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Comeback keeps softball in the winning column

After a 9-4 comeback win at Fairfield on Tuesday, the Seton Hall softball team extended its winning streak to three games thanks to a season-high 16 hits.

Mo Sobel was on the mound for the Pirates, but she was taken out of the game after the second frame after surrendering four runs to the Stags. The Pirates’ offense made up for Sobel’s struggles, however, as they retaliated with three runs in the fourth.

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Emily Supercynski’s two-out single to center scored Baylee Allender for Seton Hall’s first run of the game, while Hailey Arteaga added two more runs with a single that scored Supercynski and Alyssa Abron.

Reganne Camp entered the game in relief for the Pirates and silenced Fairfield’s offense after throwing six scoreless frames with five strikeouts. The Pirates were able to tie the game at four apiece with Jaden Tate’s single that scored Darby Pandolfo.

Pandolfo then gave the Pirates their first lead of the game with an RBI double in the eighth inning. Seton Hall then took advantage of sloppy defense by the Stags later in that frame as Destini Peck and Katherine Matthys both scored on wild pitches.

The Pirates look to continue their winning streak as they head to Chicago to face DePaul in a three-game weekend series against the Blue Demons starting on March 30 at 1 p.m.

Andrea Keppler can be reached at or on Twitter @keppler_andrea.


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