Keiser def. Dordt 10-4
Dordt scored first in the 2nd inning, as Taylor Knaack drew a walk with one out. Erin Wieringa doubled to left field, which allowed Knaack to score from first and give the Defenders a 1-0 lead.
Keiser answered with three runs in the bottom of the inning, sending seven batters to the plate to generate a series of hits. Dordt tied the game in the 3rd, using a leadoff single from Brooklyn Van Oort to open the inning. Hannah Sikkema hit a double on the next at-bat, and Erin Bredemus got an RBI as Van Oort crossed home plate on a ball in-play. Sikkema scored on the next at-bat as a fielder's choice allowed Dordt to tie the game at 3.
Keiser put together a 6-run bottom of the 3rd to make the score 9-3 on three hits and two errors.
With the score 10-3 heading into the final inning, Terpstra and Knaack reached base in the first two at-bats and Terpstra scored on a throwing error. Keiser's Kelsie Merriman worked out of trouble, though, throwing strikeouts on the final two at-bats to secure a 10-4 win.
Hannah Sikkema went 4-4 at the plate
Erin Wieringa and Brooklyn Van Oort were both 2-4
Erin Bredemus was 1-4 with 1 RBI
Dordt will play Bellevue at 12:30 pm and St. Thomas at 2:45 tomorrow in Kissimmee, Florida