Hoskins No-Hits Warriors in Game One

SALEM, Ore. – Nationally ranked No.14 Eastern Oregon returned to the field Friday to take on the Warriors of Corban University in a doubleheader. Eastern rolled to two wins behind a game one no-hitter from Kaylie Hoskins and an offensive clinic in game two.


Kaylie Hoskins delivered another stellar performance on the mound for the Mounties, holding Corban to just one run on no-hits while striking out an impressive 11 batters. It took until the third inning for the game’s first run to be scored, when Eastern Oregon broke the deadlock with Katelynn Evans singling down the left-field line, bringing Haley Tyree home. Then a Madelyn Durham fielder’s choice brought Evans across the plate, giving the Mountaineers a 2-0 lead.

In the fourth inning, Eastern Oregon extended their lead, capitalizing on Corban’s defensive miscues to take the score to 6-0. Corban managed to get on the scoreboard in the bottom of the fourth inning, courtesy a fielder’s choice, closing the gap to 6-1. However, the Mountaineers swiftly responded in the fifth inning, with Tyree and Evans driving in more runs, taking their lead to 8-1. Eastern sealed the victory in the sixth inning, extending the lead to 11-1 highlighted by a Gates Leatherwood home run to right-center field.

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Game Two

From the first pitch, Eastern Oregon asserted their authority, taking a 4-0 lead in the opening inning started by Madison Olson’s single to left field that drove in Katelynn Evans, setting the tone early. In the third inning the Mountaineers unleashed an offensive storm, adding nine more runs to their tally.

Eastern refused to let up, ultimately taking the game by a score of 16-0 over the Warriors. The duo of Kylie Parsons and Macao Jackson held the Corban offense to just one hit and zero walks. 

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Eastern Oregon will be back in action Saturday, Mar. 9 as they will finish their four-game series with the Warriors in Salem, Ore. First pitch is set for 11 a.m.

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