Madi Mott struck out eight batters en route to a no-hitter as North Idaho softball won its sixth straight game with a 8-0 victory over Southwestern Oregon on Tuesday at Clackamas Community College in Oregon City, Oregon.
Mott allowed just two walks for the Cardinals (33-3), lowering her season ERA to 1.83.
After a scoreless first two innings, Kalyna Korok got things going for the North Idaho offense with a three-run home run off Southwestern Oregon’s Marisa Peters. It was Korok’s 12th home run of the year.
Jori Kerr added two RBIs for North Idaho, which will visit Community Colleges of Spokane for a doubleheader today at 2 and 4 p.m. at Spokane Falls Community College
- Whitworth’s Michelle Silva and Kaylie Lowery earned All-Northwest Conference first-team honors, the league announced Tuesday. Chelsey Hayes, Allie Rude, and Sara Gayer were also named honorable mentions for the Pirates.
Washington’s Wenyung Keh shot a final-round 2-under-par 70 to finish tied for fifth place at the Pac-12 Women’s Championship at the Broadmoor Golf Club in Seattle.
Keh finished at 2-under 214 for the tournament, while teammate Sarah Rhee added a T-9 finish with a three-round score of even-par 216.
Washington took seventh place in the 11-team event, which was won for the second straight year by UCLA with a score of 860 – 12 strokes better than second-place USC.
Washington State tied with Oregon for eighth as a team with a score of 896 – nine shots behind the Huskies. Bree Wanderscheid led the Cougars, tying for 15th place after a final-round 1-under-par 71 propelled her to a 4-over 220 total. Madison Odiorne was one stroke behind Wanderscheid, tied for 20th.
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