Enid News and Eagle
ENID, Okla. —
Lacey Shipp will try to continue her home run barrage today when she and her Northern Oklahoma College Enid softball teammates visit Northeastern A&M for a 2 p.m. doubleheader.
Shipp has hit eight home runs in the last 10 game, including three in a doubleheader with Western Oklahoma College Thursday.
The two teams split a doubleheader in Enid on March 13 with the Lady Jets winning the first game, 3-2 and the Norsewomen the second, 1-0.
NEO (22-12, 11-3) is tied for second in the Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference race with Seminole. NOC Enid (8-6, 27-10) is in sole posession of fourth.
Summer Leitka and Kendra Coleman will be pitching for the Lady Jets.