KISSIMMEE, Fla. - Tori Haag became Simpson's career doubles leader and the Simpson softball team tacked on two more wins Thursday at the Rebel Spring Games, beating Muskingum 4-0 and Hiram 5-1.
The Storm (16-3) ran their winning streak to 10 games as they are now 11-1 on their Spring Break trip.
Haag doubled once in game one and again in game two, giving her 40 career two-baggers to pass former teammate Ashley Prettyman (29 from 2013-15). Haag is hitting a blistering .419 on the season with nine doubles, two home runs and 13 RBIs.
Simpson 4, Muskingum 0
Abbie VanVleet threw a three-hit shutout and got just enough run support to help Simpson past the Muskies. She wasn't, overpowering but but VanVleet (7-0) remained perfect on the year, striking out two in her second shutout of the season. She walked just one.
Simpson 5, Hiram 1
The Storm took advantage of three Hiram errors and Fisher went the distance in the circle. Haag set the school record for doubles in a career when she doubled down the left field line in a two-run second inning that gave Simpson a 2-0 advantage.
Fisher (7-0) allowed six hits and one earned run, striking out five in her seventh complete-game of the season. Brianna Chaplin led the way with three hits, scoring an insurance run in the third to give Simpson a 3-1 lead.
Haag, Kim, and VanVleet all had two hits.
Simpson closes the Rebel Spring Games on Friday when it takes on Rown and Marietta. Like Simpson, Rowan is receiving votes in the latest NFCA Top 25 Poll.