College softball: Cobbers lose twice on Sunday in Florida

Sage and St. Vincent bested Concordia on the second day of the Cobbers' week-long Florida swing.

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WINTER HAVEN, Florida — Concordia is now 0-4 on its week-long Florida swing after losing twice on Sunday.

Sage defeated the Cobbers 8-6 in the day's first game and St. Vincent posted a 5-1 victory in the second game.

Against Sage, Concordia trailed 8-3 heading into the bottom of the sixth and responded with three runs to close the gap. But Sage starter and winner Leah Madore set the Cobbers down in order in the seventh to end the game.

Concordia's Kate Wensloff and Hailey Pangracs both had two hits and drove in runs, and Justine Vonasek had a hit and an RBI.

St. Vincent pitcher Kiley Meek went the distance and limited the Cobbers to six hits while striking out four. The Cobbers scored their lone run in the top of the first.


Molly Wilde had a hit and an RBI and Wensloff, Kailee Falconer, Gabby Brown, Emma Redlin and Kennedy Cook had Concordia's other hits.

The Cobbers are 2-6 overall and play games against Allegheny (8 a.m.) and Penn State Brandywine (10:30 a.m.) on Monday, March 6, in Clermont, Florida.

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