By Nick Porter
Frostburg, Md.—The Southern Virginia softball team came up empty today in a double header at Bobcat Field, falling to Frostburg State 16-0 and 25-0.
In game one Frostburg's Hannah Tavik threw a no-hitter in five innings, striking out eight Knights and walking two. Knights' senior Jamie Pinkston allowed five homeruns and 11 earned runs in the loss.
Southern Virginia (0-11, 0-6 CAC) came alive in game two, recording seven singles in the game, yet still unable to score. Pinkston, catcher Lainie Thompson, and left fielder Gianna Santos each had two hits in the 25-0 loss. Right fileder Katierose Helems also had a hit in scoreless game two.
Junior Annie Biggs pitched the second game for the Knights, allowing two homeruns and 17 earned runs in four innings.
For Frostburg State (11-6, 2-2 CAC) Same Gatton, Hannah Tavik and Tenay Aubel each had a pair of homeruns on the day.
The Knights still look for their first win of the season as they return home on Thursday to face Mary Washington (rescheduled from Mar. 27) at 5 and 7 p.m. at Harvey-Dryden Field.