TAMPA, FLA. Feb. 21, 2021 – The University of South Florida softball team earned a 1-0, walk-off win in game one, but fell in a run-rule game two in its doubleheader against Jacksonville on Sunday. 
Jordyn Kadlub (Wesley Chapel, Fla.) paced the Bulls’ offensive effort on the day. The redshirt-freshman went 2-for-6 across the two games, hitting the game winning home run in game one and a double that drove in a run home in game two. Georgina Corrick (Sanford, Fla.) pitched a gem in game one, striking out thirteen batters in eight innings in the circle.
Game One – USF 1, JU 0 (8 Inn.)
Each team pushed a runner into scoring position in the first, but both pitchers settled in afterwards and set their opponents down in order in the second and third. Corrick struck out the side and had six strikeouts through the third inning. 
Both teams had another baserunner in the fourth. Brooke Hartman (Port Orange, Fla.) singled and was then pinch ran for by Emilee Hanlon (Dunkirk, N.Y.). Hanlon stole second, but the inning ended before she could advance further. 
Jacksonville threatened in the fifth, with Ashley Darakjian reaching third. A pop out to Kyndall Williams (Trenton, Fla.) ended the inning, defusing the threat. With the score tied at zero at the end of seven innings, Jacksonville went down in order in the eighth. After a groundout to begin the inning, Kadlub homered in the next at bat to give the Bulls the victory.
Game Two – JU 14, USF 4 (6 Inn.)
While game one was a pitching duel, game two saw offenses step up. Jacksonville jumped to a 2-0 lead after the first with a two-run home run from Victoria Rodebaugh. Two more runs for the Dolphins in the second and four in the third gave Jacksonville an 8-0 lead after three.
USF battled back in the fourth. Alanah Rivera (St. Petersburg, Fla.) doubled to start the inning, and Bethaney Keen (Bradenton, Fla.) drove her home with a single two batters later. Kadlub then doubled home Keen to cut the deficit to 8-2. Maldonado reached on an error which scored Kadlub to end the inning with a score of 8-3.
USF added another in the fifth, as AnaMarie Bruni (Schwenksville, Pa.) scored on an error to cut JU’s lead to 8-4. 
Jacksonville ended the scoring in the top of the sixth. Miscues by USF allowed two runs to score to extend the Dolphins lead to 10-4 with the bases loaded. The next batter hit a grand slam to end the scoring at 14-4.

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