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SLIAC Announces 2011 Softball Award Winners

Posted Monday, May 9th, 2011

ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) has announced the All-Conference Teams and award winners for the 2011 softball season. GC’s Angie Doherty headlined the Lady Panther notables, earning second team all-SLIAC selection.

Doherty batted .321 on the season with 25 RBI and a team leading three homers. Doherty also posted a .927 fielding percentage with only eight errors.

Both junior Lindsey Schuberth and freshman Mattie Fairchild were named to the SLIAC honorable mention team. Schuberth served as the GC ace for the third year in a row, notching a 3.57 ERA, while striking out 87 batters, and finishing with a record of 8-13. Apart from second-team honors, Schuberth was also named the representative to the SLIAC sportsmanship team.

Fairchild, as only a freshman, led the Lady Panthers in nearly every offensive category.  Her batting average (.471), slugging pct. (.628), on base pct. (.533), runs (33), hits (57), RBI (26), doubles (11), triples (1), total bases (76), and games played (36) all rank as team leaders. Aside from her work at the plate, Fairchild served as an outstanding fielder at shortstop as she posted a fielding pct. of .918

The complete 2011 SLIAC Softball All-Conference Teams list can be found at


GC Bows Out of SLIAC Tournament

Posted Saturday, May 7th, 2011

FERGUSON, Mo. – Softball saw their season come to a close on Thursday as they were defeated by both Fontbonne University and Blackburn College in the first round of the double-elimination SLIAC Tournament at Ferguson’s Forestwood Park. Greenville lost the opener 6-1, and dropped the second game in a 9-8, eleven-inning heartbreaker.

GC notched only two hits in the opener as Fontbonne claimed the 6-1 victory.

Freshman third baseman Sarah Gerig headlined the ladies efforts at the plate in game one against Fontbonne. Gerig batted 1-for-3 with an RBI in the loss.

Despite the opening loss, the ladies had little time to rest as SLIAC rival Blackburn College awaited in the second half of the day’s scheduled double-dip.

GC and Blackburn battled it out for eleven innings  totally 3 hours and 15 minutes!  However, it was the Lady Beavers who claimed the win 9-8.

The Lady Panthers finished the 2011 season with an overall record of 14-23 (8-8 SLIAC).


Rough Patch

Posted Wednesday, May 4th, 2011

The SLIAC Tournament week has started out kind of rough for our Lady Panthers. 

On Monday the Lady Panthers faced Conference opponent Eureka College Red Devils.  The first game after the Panthers battled through the first three innings successfully shutting Eureka down with a score of 0-3, Eureka ignited and came out on fire during the bottom of the fourth and scored 7 runs.  Although the first game did end 7-4 Eureka, the Lady Panthers stuck with it and came back to win the second game 6-5.   In the bottom of the 7th inning Lindsey led off with a single & Mattie had rbi single that scored the win.

Tuesday’s Game verses Washington University was a rough battle for the Lady Panthers.  After a short first game, due GC’s inability to answer Washington University’s 2 runs in the 2nd inning, 4 in the third, and another 3 in the fourth.  Lady Panthers dropped both games of the double-header 8-0, 9-0. Greenville softball has unfortuately dropped five of their last six games walking into the final tournament. 

Although a rough start the Lady Panthers still have an opportunity to excel during the SLIAC Tournament beginning on this Thursday at Ferguson’s Forestwood Park.  Keep your heads up lady’s!  We are all cheering for you!


Senior Night Struggles

Posted Saturday, April 30th, 2011

Although the weekend’s forecasted rain held off long enough to complete the scheduled senior night game against conference oponent Spalding, the night ended with a gloomy feeling. 

The GC Lady Panthers fell to conference rivals in both games.  While GC was able to hold the score down the hits were just not enough to get the runs in Senior night.  The first game ended with a 0-3 Spalding.  The second game proved to be a closer match up with the score again staying in the low digits, ending at 1-2 Spalding.  Greenville’s Gerig’s single in the first inning brought Doherty in for the sole Panther run of the evening.  The bottom of the second saw Spalding’s reply when Goff hit a double earning her a run batted in when Stucker score.  The last GC home game was a close battle all the way through to the seventh inning.  Spalding’s run in the sixth put them ahead by one, which became the lead that GC was unable to answer in the 7th inning. 

Even with a less than favorable outcome, a special congratulations goes out to seniors  Sara Mize and Lesley Holloway for their dedication and leadership to the GC Softball Family.


Softball Sweeps Principia 8-0, 5-4; Schuberth Deals One-Hitter

Posted Thursday, April 28th, 2011

GREENVILLE, Ill. – The Lady Panthers kicked of the first of a four game home stand with a double-header sweep of SLIAC opponent Principia on Thursday night. Junior pitcher Lindsey Schuberth tossed a one-hit shut out to blank PC 8-0 in the opener, and Greenville closed the double-dip with a late-inning three-run rally to claim the win in the capper 5-4.

In the opener GC found their bats early, scoring seven runs in the first three innings on the way to the 8-0 shut out. Offensively Angie Doherty and Mattie Fairchild headlined the ladies efforts in the win. Doherty batted 2-for-3 with two runs and two RBI, and Fairchild went 3-for-4 at the plate with a run scored and an RBI respectively. 

Game two was a much closely contested battle with the Lady Panthers using a three-run eighth inning rally to push past Principia and complete the sweep with the 5-4 victory. Doherty again came up big for the Black & Orange, batting 3-for-3 with two runs scored and a clutch RBI double to spark the three-run eighth.

On the mound Schuberth picked up her seventh and eighth wins of the 2011 season, pitching a complete game shutout in the first, and a four inning, three hit effort in the capper.

With the wins GC softball moves to 11-16 (5-5 SLIAC) on the season.

Greenville softball will return to action tomorrow as they take on Spalding in double-header action. The contests will serve as GC softball Senior Night, with both Lesley Holloway and Sara Mize being honored.

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