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Song Records 100th Hit

(CLEVELAND, Ohio) - Senior Emily Song (Mount Arlington, N.J. / Roxbury) recorded her 100th career hit, as the Carnegie Mellon University softball team opened its final University Athletic Association (UAA) series of the year at Case Western Reserve University on Friday, April 22. The Spartans earned a 2-0 victory to add to their best UAA performance in program history while the Tartans are now 15-16 overall for the season.

Song, who became the second player in program history to record 100 career hits, garnered her 100th hit in the third inning with an infield single with two outs.

Senior Audrey Pederson (Bedford, N.H. / Bedford) and sophomore Erika Heffernen (Moorestown, N.J. / Moorestown) had the other two hits of the game for the Tartans with Heffernen hitting her fourth triple of the season.

Senior Scotty McGee (Huntington Beach, Calif. / Huntington Beach) allowed four hits but walked 10 batters in the loss.

The Tartans and Spartans will continue the series with two games on Saturday, April 23 at noon and 2:00 p.m.