Season Stats: Goldey-Beacom’s Taylor Beres

Photo: Goldey-Beacom College

Delaware Sports Blitz will be showcasing student-athletes performances from this past season each week.

Each week we will look at different colleges from the state of Delaware and showcase their athlete’s performance in the chosen sport of the week.

This week is all about Goldey Beacom’s softball team which will conclude with junior pitcher Taylor Beres.

Beres pitched 16 innings, had an ERA of 4.81, 18 hits, 15 runs, 11 earned runs, nine walks, four strikeouts, six doubles, one triple, and one home run in four games.

The Middletown, Delaware native was among the best in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference in earned run average as she placed 24th with 4.81.

Related: Season Stats: Goldey-Beacom’s Jess Lusk

Game Log

Goldey-Beacom Falls To Seton Hill 9-1 

In the second game of the season, the Lightning would fall to Seton Hall 9-1.

This would be Beres’s first pitching appearance of the season, as she went two innings, five hits, six runs, five earned runs, one walk, one strikeout, one triple, and two home runs in the loss.

Lightning Fall To Kutztown

Goldey-Beacom surrendered their third straight loss of the season in the 5-3 loss against Kutztown.

Beres had her best pitching appearance of the season in this loss, as she went five innings, three hits, one run, two walks, two strikeouts, and three doubles.

Goldey Loses Back To Back Games With Loss To Lock Haven

Goldey-Beacom would close the Snowbird Freeze Out with a 6-2 loss by Lock Haven on February 16th.

In the loss against Lock Haven, Beres recorded a hit and an RBI in the game.

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