ANDERSON, SC – The Winston-Salem State Rams (0-15) could find no answers when the team took a 10-1 loss to the Anderson (S.C.) Trojans (16-6), Wednesday. The Rams had a tough time hitting the ball as the team was held to just one run in the tough loss.
The Rams were held silent at the plate against the Trojans. The team totaled just two hits in the game with sophomore shortstop Daijah Chambers hitting the sole home run of the game for the Rams. Senior designated player Samantha Gibbs was the only other WSSU player to notch a hit in the game.
The Rams' only score of the game came in the first inning. Chambers got things started with a solo home run to start the game. The Rams allowed six second inning runs, a third inning run, and three fourth inning runs to take the hard-fought loss.
WSSU sophomore Erica Davis (0-6) took the pitching loss. She went 2.2 innings with six runs allowed, one earned, on nine hits. She recorded a pair of strikeouts. Sophomore Tia Robinson added 1.1 innings with four runs allowed, four earned, on four hits.
With the loss, the Rams fall to 0-15. The team will return to action, Friday when the team heads to Elizabeth City, N.C. to open Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) play at the CIAA Softball Round Up.
For more information on Rams softball, contact the WSSU Office of Athletic Media Relations at (336) 750-2143 or log on to www.WSSURams.com.