Sophomore pitcher Emily Weiman goes the distance in the longest postseason game in both NC State and Tennessee history. An 11th-inning, run-scoring triple ended the classic pitcher's duel between Weiman and Tennessee's Ellen Renfroe. The Pack played a second game later Saturday night.
Sophomore pitcher Emily Weiman shut down the Seminoles with a four-hit shutout to win her 31st game of the season. The 2013 ACC Pitcher of the Year was also named the tournament's Most Valuable Player. The Pack will receive the ACC's automatic berth into the NCAA Championship.
Junior Scout Albertson hit two more, including a grand slam, in the second game against Boston College to go with her two earlier in the day and sophomore Renada Davis and junior Leah Jones both added two more as well as the Wolfpack won for the 15th time in 17 games. The teams meet Sunday at 1 p.m. in the Pack's final game of the regular season.
The Pack scores four unearned runs in fifth and junior Scout Albertson hits team's school-record fourth grand slam of season in the sixth. Sophomore pitcher Emily Weiman picks up her 23rd victory with a two-hit shutout in six innings.
Sophomore Renada Davis increased her ACC-leading and school-record total to 20 with a pair of solo shots against the Cavaliers. Senior Bethaney Wells and junior Scout Albertson also homered in the Pack's 16th multiple home run game of the season. Freshman Lana Van Dyken and senior Caitlin Dent contribute 2-run doubles.