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Chandler-Gilbert Community College
2626 E. Pecos Rd.
Chandler AZ 85225-2499

PH: 480-732-7177
FX: 480-857-5452

Dr. Linda Lujan

Athletic Director
Ed Yeager

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Linda Guariglio

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Jonathan Watson

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College News

February 15, 2012

The Lady Coyotes sixth-inning burst enough to top Arizona Western College, 8-0

The Lady Coyotes took down Arizona Western College 8-0 on Tuesday at Home after slamming Arizona Western College with five runs in the sixth inning.

Heather Shomperlen racked up three RBIs on one hit for The Coyotes. Shomperlen tripled in the sixth inning.

The Lady Coyotes' Kaitlyn Greco kept Arizona Western College off the scoreboard for all six innings she toed the rubber. She pitched a shutout, allowing no runs on seven hits while striking out three.

Cassandra Vela, Katelyn Tripp, Jennifer Hudson, Alexandra Vela, Elizabeth Deem, Alicia Boyd, and Shomperlen all collected hits for The Coyotes. Boyd led the team with two hits.

The game's last lead went to Lady Coyotes thanks to a fifth inning rally that saw three runs cross the plate on an RBI single by Hudson.

The Lady Coyotes makes the most of seven hits in 5-4 victory over Arizona Western College

The Lady Coyotes and Arizona Western College had no shortage of base runners on Tuesday, but it was The Coyotes that were able to take advantage, pulling out a 5-4 win at Home.

Arizona Western College out-hit The Coyotes eight to seven, but Arizona Western College stranded six runners on base.

Cassandra Vela had a good game at the plate for The Coyotes, going 1 for 3. She drove in one and scored one run. Vela homered in the third inning.

Jennifer Hudson earned the win and Kaitlyn Greco picked up the save throwing one inning of scoreless ball in the 7th for The Lady Coyotes.

Vela's big day not enough as Coyotes fall to Central Arizona College, 16-8
January 31, 2012

Alexandra Vela clubbed two home runs, but it wasn't enough to carry Coyotes to a win on Tuesday, as Coyotes fell to Central Arizona College 16-8 at Away in five innings.

Vela racked up six RBIs on two hits for Coyotes. Vela homered in the fourth and fifth innings.

The two teams combined for 24 runs and 25 hits, including seven extra base hits.

Central Arizona College came out swinging, scoring 10 runs in the first inning to jump ahead of Coyotes early.

Central Arizona College's Alex Romero was perfect at the dish, going 4-4. Romero doubled in the first inning and singled in the first, second, and third innings.

Melanie Dembinski recorded the win for Central Arizona College even though she allowed eight runs over five innings. The Central Arizona College pitcher struck out four, walked two and surrendered 11 hits.

Three runs in the top of the fourth helped Coyotes close its deficit to 15-3. and a two-run home run by Vela gave Coyotes life. Jenna Bodman was retired to end the Coyotes threat.

Five runs in the top of the fifth helped Coyotes close its deficit to 16-8. An RBI single by Alicia Boyd and a home run by Vela set off a Coyotes rally. Central Arizona College's Dembinski induced a McKenzie Overson ground out to close things out.

Coyotes Out Muscled by Central Arizona College, 14-6
January 31, 2012

Taylor Tometich went 2-2 at the plate, but Coyotes fell 14-6 to Central Arizona College at Away on Tuesday.

Tometich had a busy day at the plate, collecting two extra-base hits. Tometich doubled in the first and fifth innings.

Erin Ruiz put herself in scoring position with two extra-base hits for Central Arizona College. Ruiz tripled in the third inning and doubled in the fifth inning.



Paradise Valley CC falls 8-1 at the Hands of The Coyotes
January 30, 2012

Coyotes pounded Paradise Valley CC on Saturday 8-1 at Home in seven innings.

Coyotes scored three runs in the fifth on a hit by pitch, an RBI single by Katie Harvil.

Alexandra Vela racked up three RBIs on three hits for Coyotes. Vela doubled in the second and third innings and singled in the sixth inning.

Jennifer Hudson took home the win on the strength of seven solid innings. Hudson allowed just 4 hits and 1 earned run.

Coyotes never surrendered the lead after the first inning, scoring two runs on a two-run double by Elizabeth Deem.

Coyotes Jump on Scottsdale Community College Early and Coasts to 8-0 Win
January 30, 2012

Coyotes beat Scottsdale Community College 8-0 in five innings on Saturday at Home after a five-run explosion in the first inning.

Coyotes' Kaitlyn Greco kept Scottsdale Community College off the scoreboard for all five innings she toed the rubber. She pitched a shutout, allowing no runs on only two hits.

Hannah Bapst, Katelyn Tripp, Taylor Tometich, and Sienna Martinez all collected hits for Coyotes. Bapst led the team with two hits.

Coyotes piled on three more runs in the bottom of the fourth.  A clutch run scored by pinch runner Kaylee Bordes started the frame.  That was followed up by a fielder's choice that scored shortstop Heather Shomperlen. 

The game was called due to run rule after five innings of play.  

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