The Golden Eagles finished up their season opening road trip which featured 11 games in four different states (Ohio, Kentucky, North Carolina and Georgia) with a 1-10 mark.

The Minnesota Crookston softball team fell 6-0 and 5-2 in games to Point University in West Point, Ga. Friday March 22. The Golden Eagles finished up their season opening road trip which featured 11 games in four different states (Ohio, Kentucky, North Carolina and Georgia) with a 1-10 mark.

Junior Paige Schaust (P/OF, Delano, Minn.) got the game one start for the Golden Eagles and went the whole six innings giving up six earned runs, only three of them earned, on 10 hits. Schaust would suffer the loss on the game.

Jordan Edge got the win for the Skyhawks after going a full seven innings, throwing a two-hit shutout with six strikeouts on the game.

Senior first baseman Sara Wiedmaier (Marengo, Ill.) and freshman Allison Foley (3B/OF, Lockport, Ill.) had the two hits on the game for UMC.

Stacey Marcum (Sr., P, Merrill, Wis.) got the start for Minnesota Crookston in game two as she came in with the team’s best earned runs average of 3.87 with a 1-2 mark on the season. Marcum gave up three runs, two of them earned in one inning pitched in the loss for UMC.

Jessica Hart would go seven innings for the Skyhawks and give up two earned runs on six hits in the win.

Sophomore shortstop Courtney Bridge (Port Coquitiam, British Columbia), freshman Brooke Timmins (C/1B, Magnolia, Texas), junior Ashley Manusos (OF/IF, Spring Grove, Ill.), freshman Ciara Rivera (IF/P, Rosemount, Minn.), Wiedmaier and senior Hilary Brown (OF, Mosinee, Wis.) all got hits in the game two loss for the Golden Eagles.

UMC was originally scheduled to begin Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference play today in Crookston with a doubleheader against Bemidji State, but that doubleheader has been moved to Thursday at 6 and 8 p.m. at the Irish Sports Dome in Rosemount, Minn. Field conditions at the UMC Softball Field due to a heavy amount of snow that has hit the Crookston area this winter has made the field unplayable at the current time.