JONESBORO, Ark. — The Raiders made quick work of Arkansas State with a pair of five-inning wins Sunday as they continue to sit just outside the Top 25 rankings.
Three Rivers (11-2) won 16-4 and 15-1 behind 34 total hits.
"We played pretty well. We hit well. Just jumped out on them and cruised both games," Three Rivers coach Jeff Null said. "We've been playing pretty tough teams ... so it was nice to get a little breathing room and get everyone who has been working hard a little action."
Saje Kurpiela (3-0) pitched three innings in the win and allowed four hits and no walks with three strikeouts. Adrienne Stucker pitched two innings in relief with three hits and two walks against and no strikeouts.
Three Rivers' only two losses were against Southwest Tennessee and fifth ranked Tyler.
Scott Borkgren - Daily American Republic