Owls win one‚ drop one to Furman

It was a tale of two games for the Owls as Kennesaw State split a softball doubleheader with Furman at the Bobbie Bailey Athletic Complex March 9. The Owls dropped the opener‚ 3−1‚ before coming back to rout the Paladins‚ 19−3‚ in the nightcap.

Georgia (Mar 10, 2006) — It was a tale of two games for the Owls as Kennesaw State split a softball doubleheader with Furman at the Bobbie Bailey Athletic Complex March 9. The Owls dropped the opener‚ 3−1‚ before coming back to rout the Paladins‚ 19−3‚ in the nightcap.

The second game saw the Owls (13−10) set a school record by hitting three home runs during a 10−run second inning. Keri McKee began the barrage with a home run to center field‚ and Jackie Warren and April Keasler each followed with their first home runs of the season.

Kennesaw State now travels to Alabama to face Alcorn State in the first game of the Birmingham Southern Tournament.




 

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