Riley was also named the Little East Conference Softball Pitcher of
the Week for the second consecutive week.
appearances, Riley went 4-0 with four complete games and two shutouts
as the righty did not allow an earned run in 27 innings of work. She
struck out 27 batters and walked only three, while giving up 13 hits
and two unearned runs. Riley became the Rhode Island College softball
all-time wins leader (53) in a 3-1 win over Wheaton on Mar. 27,
surpassing the previous standard held by Kim Warrington ’04.
Riley recorded a season-high 13 strikeouts at Salem State, while
fanning 10 against conference foe Southern Maine. In 13 appearances on
the season, Riley has a 9-0 mark and a microscopic 0.11 ERA in 62.2
innings of work. She has struck out 69, while only surrendering eight
walks. She currently has 57 career wins and is riding a 32-game
Head Coach Maria Morin’s team is ranked 21st in the
nation with a 12-2 overall record and a 2-0 mark in the Little East.
RIC has won its last seven games and 10 of its last 11. In upcoming
action, the Anchorwomen will play at doubleheader at Bridgewater State
on Tuesday, Apr. 2 beginning at 3:30 p.m.