In the first contest, Lee (6-2) started the scoring in the top of the first inning, as Ana Coscorrosa doubled to deep right-center field, scoring Danielle Balough from second base.
The Lady Lions (0-15) responded with three runs in the bottom half of the inning, on a pair of doubles by Brooklyn Jenkins and Courtney Combs, along with a pair of Lady Flame errors.
From that point on the Lady Flames took control of the contest, exploding for six runs in the third, one in the fourth, and two in the fifth to close out the seven run win.
Coscorrosa led the way offensively for the Lady Flames, reaching base all five times she stepped to the plate. The freshman was 3-for-3 in her official bats, with two walks, two RBI and two runs scored.
Taylor Horseman, Hernanza Ruiz, Charlie Wooden, and Tabitha Farrow each added two hits for the Lee club. Ruiz had three RBI and a run scored, while Wooden knocked in three runs of her own, thanks in large part to her two-run home run in the third inning.
After the three run first inning, Lee hurler Brittany Balough settled in to work six scoreless innings for the complete game. All totaled, the junior gave up one earned run on five hits, walking one and striking out four Lady Lions.
For Bryan, Jenkins was 2-for-4, knocking in one run and scoring another. Combs, Rachel Kirby, and Erica Morris were the only other Lady Lions to register hits, each earning one.
Shanna Chappell worked the entire game in the circle for Bryan, giving up nine earned runs on 14 hits, while walking eight and striking out two.
The second game was much of the same, as the Lady Flames jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the top of the first inning. They added a pair of runs in the third and sixth innings to complete the run-rule shortened competition.
Caitlin Beshears was outstanding in the circle in game two, pitching five innings of shutout ball, giving up just three hits. The junior left-hander struck out one and walked none in earning the win. Katie Deems came on and worked a perfect sixth inning to close the contest for the Lady Flames.
Coscorrosa was once again the spark for the Lee, going 4-for-4 with two RBI and two runs scored. Seven other Lady Flames contributed hits as Lee posted 17 total in the second contest. Wooden and Balough each had two RBI, with Ruiz knocking in one run as well.
The Lady Lions hits came from the five, six, and seven hole hitters, as Jenny Keener, Taylor Yates, and Kirby each earned one hit. Amber Love pitched the entire game, giving up seven earned runs, walking none and striking out five.
The Lady Flames will take a brief break before traveling for a pair of Southern States Athletic Conference doubleheaders. March 4 the Lee ladies will face Truett-McConnell, followed by a March 5 double-dip with Brenau University in Gainesville, Ga.