The Truman softball team earned a split on Sunday against Sioux Falls capturing a 9-1 victory in game 2 to end the 2012 regular season. The lady dogs had a total of 15 hits while pitcher Kelsea Dorsey only allowed 1 hit for the game. Dorsey struck out 8 batters and finishes the season with 16 wins, the most by any Truman pitcher since 2005. In the sixth inning, Truman held a 6-1 lead and led off with a line drive single from Kelsey Bollman, Katie Pitts would follow Bollman’s single with a bunt for a base hit leaving 2 runners on for Elizabeth Leath. Leath hit a 2 r.b.i. double to give the dogs a walk-off, run-rule win. The bulldogs set new program single-season records for batting average and slugging percentage. Bridget Schade received her own spot in the program’s history becoming third all-time in batting average and fourth all-time in home runs with 18. Truman, 6 and 18 in the MIAA and 23 and 28 overall learned that it had not received a bid to the MIAA postseason tournament after losing a 3 team tiebreaker to secure the tournament’s 8 spot. Freshman Elizabeth Leath, who had the game winning hit, says that the team did a much better job of scoring runners in game 2.