In a game that took three hours, Southeast Missouri State softball needed extra innings against Southern Illinois to win 4-3 in an absolute thriller. SEMO's Taylor McDannold laid down a bunt however SIU made a throwing error on play allowing Savannah Carpenter to score the winning run from second base.
Shelby Eccles and Kayla Fortner had two hits each while Madeline Krumrey pitched wire-to-wire striking out nine.
The Redhawks have now won four in a row and also the 100th of coach Mark Redburn's career. Southeast Missouri will take on Murray State on the road this weekend with Saturday, April 11th being a doubleheader.