Hawks Clinch Suncoast Conference Championship
Hawks Clinch Suncoast Conference Championship!
Third-inning rally sparks blowout win for Hillsborough Community College Hawks, 10-1
Hillsborough Community College Hawks blew out South Florida State College 10-1 on Monday at Avon Park after pouring on eight runs in the third inning.
Nicole Comstock racked up four RBIs on one hit for Hillsborough Community College Hawks. She homered in the third inning.
Laura Downs handled South Florida State College's lineup with ease, racking up six strikeouts. Downs allowed one earned run on five hits and one walk over five innings.
The lead stayed with Hillsborough Community College Hawks after the second, when it scored two runs on an error and a passed ball.
Coach Ray Seymour is beyond proud of the Lady Hawks accomplishments, "These young women are fierce at play--dedicated, in and out of the field, and always ready to give their best at play. This is a great year for HCC Softball. I know that in the upcoming games we will continue to prove that we are a strong athletic force, and Nationals is certainly on the horizon."
TheSuncoast Conference Champions will face Tallahassee Community College at the FCSAA's Gulf District Tournament, opening on Friday, May 3 in Pensacola, Fla.
HCC softball is part of the Florida College System Activities Association (FCCAA) and the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). The Athletics Department at HCC is committed to the total development of each student-athlete.
For more information on HCC's athletic programs, visit hccfl.edu/athletics.aspx.
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