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UNI falls to Iowa State 15-4 in College Softball

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Northern Iowa softball team lost a makeup game on Wednesday against the Iowa State Cyclones in Ames, 15-4.
ISU (19-32) took an early lead with a single run in the bottom of the first. Nychole Antillon reached on a fielders choice while Kelsey McFarland followed up with a RBI double down the left line for a 1-0 lead.

The Cyclones used an eight-run second inning to blow the contest open. All eight of Iowa State's runs in the second were unearned as a result of two Panther errors. 

The Panthers got some offense going in the top of the third when Tianna Drahn would reach on a fielder's choice. A single from Brittney Roby advanced Drahn to second. Both Drahn and Roby would advance a base after a wild pitch from ISU's Emma Hylen. Macey Wolfe hit a single up the middle and knocked in two runs with Drahn and Roby reaching home to cut Iowa State's lead to 9-2.

UNI inserted Brooke Craig in to pitch in the bottom of the third and the Cyclones added a single run to up the margin to 10-2.
 
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