Scali perfect for KSU
Redshirt freshman Andrea Scali pitched Kent State's first perfect game since 2017 as the Golden Flashes split a Mid-American Conference doubleheader at home against Bowling Green on Saturday to close out the regular season.
Scali (19-7) struck out a career-high 14 batters in the 4-0 win in game one. It was her third no-hitter of the season.
Bailey Brownfield notched her 200th career hit for the Flashes (25-22, 11-5) and became just the fourth player in school history to achieve the milestone.
In the second game, Bowling Green (22-29, 7-14) scored a run in the first inning on a two-out single and added another in the fourth to take a 2-0 lead. Kent State scored its only run in the fourth inning on a triple by Hunter Brancifort.
Akron falls at Miami
The University of Akron closed its season with a 7-4 loss at Miami.
The Zips finished the season 13-31-2 overall and 3-18 in the league.
Kent State wins 11-5
Kent State used two four-run innings en route to an 11-5 MAC win over visiting Toledo. Michael Turner hit three singles, a double and drove in four runs as the Flashes (24-20, 11-7) tallied 11 hits.
John Matthews picked up the win in relief to even his record at 5-5.
TRACK AND FIELD
The University of Akron won 11 events as part of 32 top-three performances at the Campbell/Wright Invitational. The meet's field events were contested at the Lee R. Jackson Track and Field Complex, and the running events were held at Walsh Jesuit High School.
Akron's Matt Ludwig won the men's pole vault and Lucy Bryan took the women's pole vault crown. Curtis Richardson cleared 6-11 to win the men's high jump for the Zips.