LOUISBURG, NC - PCC fell twice to Louisburg Friday night losing game one 7-3 and game two 6-2.
Pitt was shutout until the top of the 6th inning when they pushed 3 runs across the plate which made the score 4-3 Louisburg going into the bottom of the 6th. In the bottom of the 6th Louisburg came back with a big 3 run inning to answer back and it was too much for the Bulldogs to come back from. PCC struggled at the plate all night; the only players to get hits were Rebecca Walker, Anna Craft, English Dean and Summer Prevatte.
Allie Phillips took the loss for the Bulldogs, pitching 4 innings striking out 1 and giving up 4 hits.
Game 2 was a battle of timely hits. Peyton Taylor started game 2 on the mound and threw 5 solid innings, giving up 5 hits and 3 earned runs. Offensively the Bulldogs were even with Louisburg with both teams garnering 6 hits. Taylor Lilley, Erin McDonald, English Dean, Anna Craft, Megan Latsko and Summer Prevatte each had 1 hit each.
Pitt opens up conference play this weekend against Surry Community College on Friday night starting at 5pm. They will host them again Saturday morning beginning at 11am.