Good weather has been hard to come by for the Louisville softball team this season. Nearly every home game has featured uncomfortably cold temperatures or rain. The one weekend the city of Louisville sees mid-70's and sun the Cards were up in Syracuse dealing with inclement weather.
Louisville and Syracuse managed to get one game in on Friday before having the rest of the series cancelled due to inclement weather. U of L came out on top 7-4.
Jenna Jordan had a huge day, driving in five runs and scoring once. Jordan doubled for three RBI in the sixth and singled for two more the following inning.
Maryssa Becker pitched the entire game. She gave up four runs, but only allowed one earned run. She improved to 14-5 on the year. The Orange managed eight hits on the day.
Nicole Pufahl and Alison Sydlowski also finished with a pair of hits. On the offensive end Louisville had eight hits, but only five different players got a hit. U of L did capitalize on the Orange's three errors.
Louisville improves to 19-8 on the year and is 4-0 in ACC play. Based on winning percentage the Cards are second in the conference, behind 11-0 Florida State. They return home to Ulmer Stadium to host Indiana Wednesday night.