ANNVILLE, Pa. -- Lebanon Valley battled No. 25 Kean to a double split on Thursday, walking off with a 1-0 Game 1 win thanks to Angela Harris before falling 6-3.
Sam Derr and Courtney Yard dueled through six and a half scoreless innings in the opener before LVC punched through in the seventh, but the offenses came around in the nightcap with the two teams combining for 20 hits. Sammy Bost led the Dutchmen with a 3-for-4 effort with two runs scored in Game 2.
It was LVC's first encounter with another ranked team this season. The Dutchmen are now 19-2 this spring; Kean is 22-5.