April 5, 2010
SAN DIEGO, Calif. -Senior pitcher Jennifer Ellenbeck became the first pitcher in San Diego history and sixth in PCSC history to surpass the 400-plateau in career strikeouts against San Diego State on Saturday. Ellenbeck now has 402 career strikeouts after fanning five at the SDSU Softball Complex.
On Friday, against San Diego State, she fanned six while allowing two runs on six hits and three walks to earn the decision in the Toreros' 3-2 victory. Ellenbeck went the distance in the game to record her 11th complete game of the season. In two games against San Diego State, Ellenbeck allowed six runs on 12 hits and four walks and struck out 11 in 11 2/3 innings. Also went 2-for-5 with one RBI at the plate in two games. For the season, Ellenbeck has a 3.36 ERA and 78 strikeouts in 19 appearances, including 15 starts. Ellenbeck's eight wins is tied for the PCSC lead.
The Toreros open up Pacific Coast Softball Conference play on April 10-11 with a four game series against Saint Mary's College in Moraga, California.
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