PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexico - The Nevada softball team wrapped up its visit to Mexico with a loss to Oregon, 1-0. The Pack is now 0-5 on the season.
Kendall Fritz got the start in the circle and went for two innings allowing just one hit and one unearned run. Julia Jensen entered at the start of the third inning and pitched for two innings not allowing a hit or a run. Blake Craft then came in to start the bottom of the fifth for the Pack and finished the game while not allowing a single run and just one hit.
Nevada came out swinging, Sierra Mello knocked a leadoff single before Sadaria McAlister beat out a grounder to put two on with no outs. The two moved over on a groundout from Kenzi Goins but a quick two outs ended the threat. Oregon came out in the second inning and plated a single run on an RBI groundout following an infield error but a fly ball ended the threat.
The game went back and forth with runners in scoring position several times but neither team could plate a run. It ended, 1-0 in the top of the seventh on a strikeout.
Up next for the Wolf Pack is the annual Libby Matson tournament in Stockton, Calif. on Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 15 and 16.