The Lady Flames (13-0) combined for 25 hits in the two contests, as every player who had an at bat registered at least one hit. Freshman Dominique Hannah led the way in the first contest, going 3-for-4 with a home run, three runs batted in and two runs scored.
Ana Coscorrosa, Kelsey Barnes, Charlie Wooden, and Jessa Watts each turned in multihit games, combining for six RBIs and four runs scored. Savanna Bell led the Lady Flames with three runs scored, adding one hit.
Watts started in the circle for Lee, pitching five innings to pick up win No. 6 on the season. The freshman allowed two runs on five hits, striking out three and walking none. Hannah Hight came on to work a perfect sixth inning.
For Tennessee Wesleyan, Sarah Kilgore (1-7) worked 5 2/3 innings to pick up the loss. Kilgore allowed nine runs, five of them earned, on 13 hits. Center-fielder Rachele Moretto was the top hitter for Tennessee Wesleyan, collecting two of the team’s five hits and scoring a run. All totaled, the visiting squad committed five errors in the contest.
The bats cooled to start the second contest, as the Lee ladies found ways to capitalize on Lady Bulldog errors in their final two innings. Three Lady Bulldog errors led to five unearned runs off starter Brittany Kilduff.
Barnes and Wooden turned in solid offensive performances, again in game two, both going 2-for-4 with two RBIs and one run scored each. Coscorrosa also had two hits, knocking in one run and scoring twice. Jenevieve Cena was 2-for-3, driving in one Lady Flame run.
Katie Deems started for the Lady Flames, working 4 2/3 shutout innings and receiving no decision. Brittany Balough came on to work out of a two-on, two-out jam in the fifth, completing the contest to move to 6-0 on the season.
Shortstop Hannah Smith was the offensive leader for the Lady Bulldogs in game two, hitting safely in 2-of-3 plate appearances. Freshman Kilduff worked all six innings, allowing two earned runs on 12 hits, striking out two and walking two.
The Lady Flames return to tournament play this weekend, traveling to Panama City, Fla., for the NFCA Leadoff Classic (March 2-4), before heading to Orange Beach, Ala., for the Gulf Coast Invitational (March 9-10).