The Minutewomen took over first place Atlantic 10 conference with a 5-4 victory over the Rams.
Junior Meg Colleran wet the distance only allowing one run in game two, while Melissa Garcia’s bat help Minutewomen in game one to double up Terriers Thursday at Sortino Field.
After allowing two runs in the seventh inning to tie the game at four, the Minutewomen took game three of the series on a go-ahead single from Olivia Godin in the top of the ninth Sunday afternoon.
Meg Colleran pitched eight innings of one-run softball in the Minutewomen’s 2-1 win over the Hawks in the first game of the doubleheader.
After walking off in extra innings in game one, the Minutemen struggled to keep pace with the Hawks in game two, falling 7-1.
In their first home appearance at Sortino Field this season, the Minutewomen walked away with 4-1 and 8-0 wins against the Patriots on Saturday.
After defeating Mercer in the opening game of the weekend, the Minutewomen dropped the last four games of the tournament.
After dropping five-straight games in its West Coast road trip, the Massachusetts softball team is off to its worst start since 2008, when it began the year 2-6.
Despite early season struggles, the Massachusetts softball team hopes to rebound from its four season losses against a weaker pool of opponents than the first two invitationals. The Minutewomen have six players batting above .3000.