In the first game, Tricia Bettura allowed one hit and struck out 10 for the Rams. UC's lone hit was a single by Logan Tretick.
Tiffany Biggs gave up one run on four hits and struck out five in a complete game for Shepherd (29-18, 16-4) in the nightcap. Aspen Echelmeier drove in the lone run for Charleston (26-16, 14-4).
WVU BASEBALL: Steve Zwala and Charlie Law drove in two runs each as Rutgers defeated West Virginia 8-4 Saturday in Piscataway, N.J.
Brady Wilson went 3-for-5 for WVU (14-22, 3-8). Marshall Thompson was tagged for five runs on four hits in 2/3 of an inning in the start for the Mountaineers.
MU SOFTBALL: Marshall split a doubleheader Saturday with Tulsa at Dot Hicks Field in Huntington. The Herd blanked Tulsa 6-0 in the first game, but fell 1-0 in the second.
Alysia Hively and Jazmine Valle each hit home runs for the Herd in the first game, while Andi Williamson struck out five in seven innings.
In the nightcap, Lacey Middlebrooks drove in the game's only run in the top of the seventh for Tulsa (28-9, 11-3 Conference USA). Alianna Telles and Taylor Thompson each had a single, the only hits for Marshall (25-17, 11-6).
STATE SOFTBALL: The West Virginia State softball swept a pair of games from Seton Hill on Saturday in Institute, 9-5 and 10-2.
Mattie Best went 3-for-4 with a double and four RBIs for the Jackets in the first game. Alana Weyant added two hits including a double for the Yellow Jackets. Stefanie Weigand had three hits and two RBIs for Seton Hill (15-24).
In the second game, State (32-11) erupted for eight runs in the sixth to end the game due to the mercy rule. Kayla Sturms, Desiree Giffin, Hannah Griffith and Weyant contributed two hits apiece for the Yellow Jackets.
MU GOLF: The Marshall University men's golf team shot a 62-over 630 in the first two rounds of the Robert Kepler Invitational in Columbus, Ohio. Nathan Kerns and Bosten Miller both shot 77 in the second round on Saturday to finish tied for 26th and 44th, respectively. Indiana and host Ohio State are currently tied atop the leader board, posting scores of 31-over 599.
TECH BASEBALL: WVU Tech dropped both ends of its twinbill with Shawnee State Saturday in Portsmouth, Ohio. The Golden Bears fell 7-1 and 5-2 in their respective games.
In the first game, A.J. Gomez and Adam Wamsley each drove in two runs for Shawnee State. Ryan Kessinger drove in the lone run for Tech.
Cody Morrison and Cody Spires had two RBIs apiece for Shawnee State (29-20) in the nightcap. Colton Ruley and Kevin Rowley scored a run apiece for Tech (18-27).
TECH SOFTBALL: WVU Tech split its doubleheader with Shawnee State Saturday in Quincy. The Golden Bears won the opener 4-1, but dropped the second game 4-3 in nine innings.
In the first game, Ali Holmes went 2-for-3 with a double, a home run and two RBIs for Tech, while Jaqueline Wood recorded seven strikeouts.
Erika Leighty and Kirsti Yates each had a solo home run for Shawnee State in the nightcap, while Katy Bender was 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI. Jessica Stapleton had nine strikeouts in nine innings pitched for WVU Tech.