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Stockton University’s softball team split games against Bowdoin and Scranton in Clermont, Florida, on Tuesday.

Stockton (5-3) lost the first game 5-4 to Bowdoin. Junior Meg Murzello was 2 for 5 with two RBIs. Senior Casey Schieda had an RBI double in the fourth inning to give Stockton a 3-2 lead, but Bowdoin tied it in the fifth and scored twice in the sixth to pull away.

In the second game, Stockton beat Scranton 11-0.

Alexandra Consenzo, who broke the school’s home run record earlier this week, opened up the scoring with a sacrifice fly in the first inning. It was her 10th RBI of the week.

Schieda had her first home run of the season with a two-run shot in the second inning.

The third inning is where the Ospreys did most of their damage.

Junior Ashley Lobell hit a two-run homer. After an RBI triple from senior Carli Shaw, freshman Leah McCray had Stockton’s third home run to end the scoring.

Sophomore Samantha Huetter (3-0) got the win, pitching four scoreless innings with five strikeouts.

Stockton will end its trip in Clermont with games against Amherst and Franklin & Marshall on Friday.

Baseball: Stockton beat Lancaster Bible 14-1 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

The Ospreys extended their season-opening win streak to nine games and look to improve to 10-0 at Wesley at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday.

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