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Francesca Nardone


Titan Softball

Number: 2

Class: First Year

Hometown: Ellwood City, PA

High School: Lincoln

Major: English


2014 Roster

Francesca Nardone

High Fives: April 20 – April 26

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

High Fives are the Top-5 performances by Westminster athletes during the previous week as selected by the Titan Sports Blogger.

#1 - Junior Nick Fiorentino (Outdoor Track & Field) was named the overall meet MVP and the Field MVP after winning three events, guiding the Titans to a third-place finish at the 2015 Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) Outdoor Track & Field Championships. He won the discus with a throw of 139' (42.36 meters), the shot put with a toss of 50'1.25" (15.27 meters), and the javelin with mark of 189'7" (57.80 meters). All three marks were personal bests, while his mark in the shot put was only 0.05" away from tying a 20-year school record.

#2- First-year Kelsey Phillips (Women's Golf) earned first team All-PAC after posting a four-round score of 365 (96-93-92-84), guiding the Titans to second place at the PAC Championship. 

Softball: Titans Sweep Pitt-Greensburg in Season Finale

Monday, April 27, 2015

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. - The Westminster College softball team swept the University of Pittsburgh-Greensburg at home on Monday in the Titans' season finale. The Titans won 5-4 over the Bobcats in game one and junior Amber Forrest (Clear Spring, MD / Clear Spring) tossed a three-hit-shutout in Westminster's 5-0 win in game two.

Softball: Titans Split With Geneva, Butcher Scores Game Winner in Ninth of Game Two

Saturday, April 25, 2015

BEAVER FALLS, Pa. - The Westminster College softball team split with Geneva College in Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) doubleheader on the road Saturday. The Titans lost game one 1-0, but regrouped and won 4-2 in extra innings in game two.

Softball: Titans Swept at Penn State Altoona

Thursday, April 16, 2015

ALTOONA, Pa. - The Westminster College softball team (19-9) was swept in a non-conference doubleheader at Penn State Altoona (20-9) on Thursday. The Titans lost game one 9-8 in nine innings and lost 7-3 after the game was called due to darkness in the fifth inning of game two.


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