PHOENIXVILLE, PA. - When the team bus broke down on the way to their softball doubleheader with the University of Valley Forge Wednesday, you could have forgiven Hasbrouck Heights’ Jula Campen and the rest of her Centenary University teammates if they thought it was not going to be their day.
Campen and her teammates however, overcame the inconvenience, sweeping the Valley Forge 14-3, 12-3, with Campen picking up her first collegiate win in the nightcap.
Campen allowed three runs on seven hits in five innings, walking two and striking out two in picking up the win, tossing just 41 pitches. Campen’s record goes to 1-1 on the season, as the Lady Cyclones improved to 2-2 on the year.
Centenary is only four games into the season following having to cancel games earlier in the year due to the pandemic, as New Jersey City University canceled a doubleheader to start the season, and following a doubleheader loss to Kean, the Cyclones season was put on hold due to COVID protocols.
Thursday Centenary returns to field, Clarks Summit University at home in Hackettstown.