College Softball : Fullerton Uses UNLV Errors to Win Pair

Cal State Fullerton benefited from four Nevada Las Vegas errors to score 11 unearned runs Friday afternoon and win the first game of a Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. softball doubleheader, 16-0, in Las Vegas.

The Titans (11-2-1, 36-5-1), ranked No. 1 in the nation, completed the sweep in the second game, 4-0. Susan LeFebvre (19-4) won both games, giving up three hits in each game.

Teri Oberg had two hits and four RBIs, and teammate Michelle Gromacki had two hits and five RBIs for Fullerton in the first game. Rina Foster added one hit, four RBIs and scored three runs for the Titans.

Chenita Rogers was 4 for 4 and Robin Goddin was 2 for 3 to lead the Titans in the second game.


In South Coast Conference action:

Rancho Santiago 1, Orange Coast College 0--Sophomore Kim Martin pitched a five-hitter and the Dons scored a run without a hit in the second inning at Santa Ana. Martin, a graduate of Westminster High School, improved her record to 6-0 in conference and 16-1 overall. Her earned-run average remains at 0.00 in conference. The only run came in the second inning when Laura Janzen walked, was sacrificed to second by Christi Kalehuawehe, and to third by Lorraine Kalehuawehe. Janzen scored when Tina Engel grounded into a fielder’s choice. The Dons (8-0, 28-4) have a two-game lead over Golden West after the Rustlers were upset by Cypress. The Pirates are 1-7 in conference.

Cypress 5, Golden West 1--Karen Nakamaru (13-5) pitched a three-hitter, had a double, single and two RBIs to lead the Chargers (4-4, 23-10) to an upset at Cypress. The Rustlers (5-2, 18-4) scored in the second on a double by Kelli Winkler. Golden West will travel to Rancho Santiago Wednesday for a 2:30 p.m. game.