WATERVILLE, Maine -- Despite the 100th career hit from Colby College's Katie McLaughlin, Brandeis University received solid pitching in 11-0 and 5-2 non-conference wins over the Mules on Sunday.
Scottie Todd pitched a four-hit shutout in the first game and Callie MacDonald tossed a complete game for the Judges in the nightcap.
Todd struck out seven and walked one in a game shortened to six innings due to the eight-run rule.
Allison Hecht smacked a two-run double to drive in PJ Ross and Madison Hunter for a 5-0 lead. Brianna Urena singled to bring in Amanda Shore and Hecht with two more runs. Todd helped her own cause with an RBI single to plate Urena, while Hunter got her second hit of the inning on an RBI double to score Todd for a 9-0 margin. Ross and Marysa Massoia both had RBI singles to score the final two runs.
Keri Lehtonen had an RBI single in the top of the fifth inning to make it 3-0. She finished the day with three hits and the RBI, while Hunter had three hits and scored twice. Todd, Hecht, Massoia, and Urena all had two hits.
In the second game, Lehtonen had two hits and two RBI. Hunter and Hecht both had two hits, an RBI, and one run. The Judges had five doubles in the game.
DeLaurentis doubled with two outs in the first inning and Hunter followed with a double to plate the first run.
Warshaw led off the Colby third inning with a single, took second on a ground out, and scored on McLaughlin's double.
The Mules scored the final run in the bottom of the seventh. Paige Hartnett led off with a double, moved to third on a ground out, and scored on an error.