Softball Not Rattled in Split

Softball Not Rattled in Split

Melbourne, Fla. – Lynn University's softball team utilized a last-minute rally to knock-off No. 22 St. Mary's (Texas) University 2-1 while a second comeback attempt fell short in a 2-1 loss to host Florida Tech.  Caitlin Rolston played the hero with a walk-off single while Victoria Rios connected on multiple hits in each game. 

Scores: Lynn 2, St. Mary's Texas 1; Florida Tech 2, Lynn 1
Records: Lynn (6-4), St. Mary's (7-6), Florida Tech (5-5)
Location: Nancy Bottage Field | Melbourne, Fla.
Series History: First meeting between Lynn & St. Mary's; Lynn trails FIT 24-45 (last played in 2017)
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  • Game 1
    • The Rattlers grabbed a 1-0 lead in the top of the seventh but the Fighting Knights persevered to tie the game and eventually win in the bottom half of the frame.
    • Elizabeth Diaz started the final inning rally with a leadoff single as she went 1-for-3. 
    • Victoria Rios followed by ripping the second of her two hits (2-for-3) and Erin Sundook loaded the bases with a walk.
    • Mackenzie Wyatt tied the game with her first hit of the game, a RBI single through the left side.
    • Caitlin Rolston provided the hero hit with a bases loaded infield RBI single to score Rios.
    • Francais Olexa (3-1) earned her third win in the circle.  She took a no hitter into the fourth inning and finished with one run allowed on five hits with two walks and one strikeout.
  • Game 2
    • Florida Tech scored runs in back-to-back innings (third and fourth), taking advantage of a Blue and White error.
    • Olexa cut the deficit in half in the top of the seventh, driving in Wyatt with a RBI double but was stranded at second as the rally ended on a groundout to second base.
    • Olexa went 2-for-4 while Rios was 2-for-3.
    • Allyson Jameston picked up her first loss in the circle, allowing two runs, one earned, on five hits with a pair of walks and one strikeout.


  • Jameston has completed two of her three starts in the circle.
  • Olexa moved into a tie for eighth place in program history with her 41st complete game.
  • Rios is on a five-game hitting streak in which she has batted .538 (7-for-13).

Lynn begins Sunshine State Conference play with a three-game series with Nova Southeastern starting on Saturday with a 1 pm single game and ending with a noon doubleheader on Sunday.  Fans can watch the games live at