Softball Minute - Seton Hall and Syracuse With Record-Setting Days

Last night's schedule featured 8 nonconference games for BIG EAST teams. The league went 6-2.

 
Seton Hall set one program record and tied two others in its 16-0 win against Saint Peter's. The Pirates' 16 runs and 19 hits tied school records set earlier this month in a 16-15 win against Syracuse but the 16-run margin of victory broke a school record set in 1997. Individually, freshman Yasmin Harrell set a Seton Hall single-season record with her 28th and 29th stolen bases of the season and sophomore Sara Haefeli tied a school record with two home runs in a single game.
 
Rutgers defeated LIU Brooklyn 5-2 behind senior Jennifer Harabedian's two-run home run in the top of the sixth inning. The Scarlet Knights continue to have one of their best seasons in their 38-year history and are tied for eighth all-time with 27 wins.
 
Syracuse split its doubleheader against Cornell. They won Game 1 10-9 and lost the nightcap 3-2. Junior Shirley Daniels stole her 30th base of the year, setting a Syracuse single-season record that was previously set in 2010.
 
Notre Dame defeated Eastern Michigan 5-3 and have won 12 of its last 13 games and Connecticut earned a 6-4 victory over Boston College for its sixth-straight home win. DePaul, ranked No. 40 in the April 29 RPI rankings, dropped a 4-2 contest to Northwestern.