KISSIMMEE, Fla. - Tieryn Potratz continued her assault on opposing pitchers and the Simpson record books at the Rebel Spring Games on Sunday.
Only a sophomore, Potratz hit two home runs in a 13-5 win over Endicott, improving her season total to seven and giving her 15 for her career, a new Simpson program record.
The Storm (8-4) beat Carthage earlier in the day, 7-1.
A native of Fort Dodge, Iowa, Potratz is two home runs away from setting the school record for home runs in a season. She hit eight home runs as a freshman in 2010, tying the single-season mark.
Simpson 7, Carthage 1
Kacee Arey handcuffed Carthage in the circle, allowing only three hits in six innings in the Storm's 7-1 win.
Ruff produced the first three runs of the game, plating a two-RBI single in the first and bringing Sorensen home off a sacrifice fly in the third. An RBI single by Sorensen scored two more in the fourth, Veronica Roshek doubled in a run in the sixth and Allie Hock had a run-scoring single in the sixth.
Simpson 13, Endicott 5
After falling behind 3-0 in the first 1 1/2 innings, Simpson scored four in the second and five in the third on the way to an easy 13-5 win over Endicott.
The Storm out-hit Endicott 12-9 and took advantage of three Gull errors.
Simpson has Monday off and will face Springfield and Rutgers-Camden on Tuesday.