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The Colonials didn't have the start to the season they were looking for going 0-4 in their first tournament of the season.

The Colonials didn't have the start to the season they were looking for going 0-4 in their first tournament of the season.

Matt Polaski

The Colonials didn't have the start to the season they were looking for going 0-4 in their first tournament of the season.

Matt Polaski

Matt Polaski

The Colonials didn't have the start to the season they were looking for going 0-4 in their first tournament of the season.

Ian Kist, Staff Reporter

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May 8, 2015
NEC Tournament:
RMU 2 (26-22), Fairleigh Dickinson 0 (16-20): The Colonials began their second day of the NEC Tournament at the North Athletic complex at Robert Morris by defeating Fairleigh Dickinson via a shutout to advance in the round robin conference tournament. Senior pitcher Nicole Sleith, now 22-12, only faced the minimum number of batters (21) as she threw the first perfect game of her career to help the Colonials advance. Sleith struck out six of those 21 batters. RMU received the runs needed to secure the victory in the second inning as senior Alexis Schwartzmiller hit a homerun over the left field fence and sophomore Jordan Gurganus singled home freshman Olivia Lorusso later in the inning to make the game 2-0 Robert Morris. RMU finished with seven total team hits

May 8, 2015
NEC Tournament:
LIU Brooklyn 12 (23-29), RMU 2 (26-23): In their second game of the afternoon on Friday, the Colonials season came to an end as they lost an elimination game to the LIU Brooklyn Blackbirds in the North East Conference Tournament. The Blackbirds used an eight run top of the second inning to break the 0-0 tie and lead them to victory. RMU scored a run in the bottom of the fifth inning via senior Samantha Santillo touching home plate on a Jordan Gurganus ground out. Nicole Sleith (22-13) received the loss the loss. Sleith went 1.1 innings giving up seven runs on five hits.

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