Seton Hill softball excluded from the NCAA Division II World Series

The problem with knockout games is that someone has to be eliminated.

The team was Seton Hill on Saturday, who lost to Cal State Dominguez Hills 9: 6 for his second loss in the double elimination of the NCAA Division II World Series Softball World Series in Denver.

Atlantic regional champion Griffins ended the season, which was as exciting as the historic with a score of 42-12.

They led 6-3 after the fifth inning, but Cal State Dominguez (43-22) advanced to five raids in the sixth to take control and stay alive in the tournament.

The triple double to the left of Chenoa Au was groundbreaking for Seton Hill as Toros took an 8-6 lead.

Au, Raquel Jaime, Claudia Valencia, Laiya Lopez, Alex Davis and Kaylee Hull had two hits for Toros.

Davis rode in two races.

Jaime and Amara Labongog also doubled.

Jenna Osikowicz and Morgan Toal had two hits each, twice each, while Nichole McClendon and Brooklyn Fukushima also had two hits for Griffins.

Toal and Fukushima had two RBIs.

Alyssa Olague started with relief, won the ring and improved to 22-13.

Morgan Ryan tossed 2.1 innings and gave up eight hits for Seton Hill before being replaced by Lauren Dellett (5-3), who lost.

The teams achieved a total of 26 hits, 15 from Cal State Dominguez Hills.

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