DOVER, Del. – The Wesley College softball team split a doubleheader on Saturday with the Immaculata Mighty Macs in a make-up of their originally scheduled doubleheader on Tuesday that was postponed due to snow.
Wesley couldn't get the bats going in the first game, falling 5-1 to Immaculata.
Curry, DiRubbio and Ashley Royer all tallied hits in the loss.
Wesley bounced back in game two to pick up the 4-1 win over Immaculata for the doubleheader split
Immaculata jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the first inning, but Wesley would answer in the third inning when Brandi Dalious launched a two-run shot to left-center field, her fourth of the season, to give Wesley a 2-1 lead.
Curry added an insurance run for Wesley in the sixth inning when she cracked an RBI double into the right-center gap, which plated Allison Mills all the way from first.
Offensively, Cardona, Dalious and Retkowski each had multi-hit games for the Wolverines. DiRubbio, Retkowski and Curry each collected a stolen base in the game two victory.
Juli Neel notched her first collegiate win with a complete-game effort on the mound. She sat down five batters while only giving up one earned run.
The Wolverines (10-5) will hit the road this Tuesday, March 27 when they travel to Media, Pa. to take on the Penn State-Brandywine Lions. First pitch of the doubleheader is set for 3 p.m.