HAMDEN, CT - The Saint Peter's University softball team split its doubleheader with Quinnipiac on Sunday, winning the first game 1-0 and dropping the second 8-2. The Peacock's overall record moves to 2-12 and their MAAC record is an even 1-1.
"It was great to get our first conference win in game one. Crystal Carlucci threw one of the best games I've seen," said head coach Chris Stelma.
Saint Peter's started Crystal Carlucci who pitched a complete game shutout, going all seven innings while only allowing five hits and striking out three.
After being shutout in game one, Quinnipiac struck early as they scored a run in the bottom of the first, leading the Peacocks 1-0. Saint Peter's responded, as Carlucci singled, bringing home Samantha Storms. Schieler Collins singled to left field advancing her to second base while making way for Carlucci to score to go-ahead run. The Peacocks ended the second leading the Bobcats 2-1.
The Bobcats held the Peacocks at two as they scored two runs in the bottom of second, four runs in the bottom of third and one more run in the bottom of fourth. Taking the second game 8-2.
"With continued contribution throughout the entire lineup, this Peacock team has a lot of potential to do some damage in the MAAC," said Stelma.
The Peacocks will host Siena in a make up game at home in a doubleheader on Monday, April 3. The First game will start promptly at 12pm.