Game One: KWC 4 – OVU 1
With one on and two outs in the top of the first, Mullen lined a double to centerfield, bringing home Maddie Dawson and giving the Panthers a quick 1-0 lead.
Wesleyan kept the momentum going in the top of the second inning with four hits to plate three runs. Delaney Mixer led off the inning with a single down the left field line and scoring on a single through the right side from Meredith Daunhauer. Dawson drew a walk to put two on with two out before Tidwell cleared the bases with a single up the middle, extending Wesleyan's lead to 4-0.
The Fighting Scots scored their first run of the game off a lead off home run in the bottom of the fourth. Maci Brown held the Scots to just four hits in her sixth win of the season, striking out seven in a complete game performance.
Mixer and Powell both went two-for-three at the plate in game one while Mullen was two-for-four. Tidwell led the Panthers with two runs driven in.
Game Two: KWC 12 – OVU 5
The Panthers pounced early again in game two, scoring seven runs in the first three frames. Daunhauer led off the game with a single, advanced to second on an error and stole third to move into scoring position with nobody out. Dawson drove in Daunhauer with a sacrifice fly to right field. Tidwell launcher her second home run of the season, a solo shot, to put Wesleyan ahead 2-0. Back-to-back singles from Courtney Lockwood and Mixer put two on with two out before Caitlyn Lawsoncleared the bases with a double to left centerfield.
In the top of the third Powell hit her first home run of the season, a two-out three run bomb to extend Wesleyan's lead to 7-0.
Mullen joined the home run party in the top of the fourth with a solo shot for her team-leading sixth home run of the season.
Ohio Valley responded in the bottom of the fourth with a grand slam to cut Wesleyan's lead to 8-4.
The Panthers answered back with three runs in the top of the fifth. Powell drove in Mixer with a single before Lawson scored on a groundout from Jamie Tempel. Dawson knocked a single up the middle, driving in Powell to cap off the three hit, three run inning.
Lawson led off the top of the seventh with a single up the middle and utilized a wild pitch and a passed ball to move to third. Lawson scored on a ground out from Daunhauer for Wesleyan's 12th and final run of the game.
Each Panther tabbed at least one hit in game two with Lawson leading the way a perfect three-for-three with three runs scored and two driven in. Powell led the Panthers with four runs driven in.
Wesleyan has a busy week ahead of them with three doubleheaders, all on the road. The Panthers head to Kentucky State on Thursday before a pair of conference matchups at Cedarville on Saturday and Ohio Dominican on Sunday.