Tuesday (March 7) marked the second day in a row the Eagles (4-7) won a game and lost a game.
Ashland only scored two runs on the day, and both of them came in a 2-1 win over Mercyhurst that stretched to eight innings. In the earlier game, the Eagles lost to No. 8-ranked St. Leo, 11-0, in a five-inning game.
The Lions (18-6) piled on 10 of their runs in the third inning.
Junior Paige McMenemy may have had her best game as an Eagle to date in the win over the Lakers (1-8). She pitched eight innings, didn't allow an earned run, allowed four hits and struck out 12 batters. McMenemy struck out all but two of Mercyhurst's 11 hitters in the game.
UP NEXT: The Eagles continue their spring break trip on Thursday (March 9) with games against Cedarville and Trevecca Nazarene at 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m., respectively.