How FSU softball player Kathryn Sandercock is leveraging World Series experience to market pitching lessonsscene familiar throughout the country. A high school athlete with college aspirations getting instruction from a trainer.What was different about this session is who is doing the teaching and how she got here.
Sandercock throws first career no-hitter in 10-0 Win over Syracuse Kathryn Sandercock threw her first career no-hitter, and the offense drew 11 walks to give the sixth-ranked Florida State softball team (22-6, 1-0) a 10-0 run-rule win over Syracuse (7-12, 0-4) in its ACC opener Friday afternoon at JoAnne Graf Field.
The Noles improved to 26-2 all-time against the Orange and have now won 24 straight games in the series.
Sandercock threw the 116th no-hitter in FSU history and the 33rd no-hitter under Head Coach Lonni Alameda. Sandercock needed just 37 pitches in five innings to complete the no-hitter while striking out two batters and surrendering one walk.
The Orange did threaten in the first inning as an error allowed the first batter of the game to advance to second. After advancing to third on a groundout, Sandercock ended the threat with back-to-back groundouts.
The Noles threatened in the bottom of the first as they loaded the bases with two outs thanks to a pair of walks and a fielder’s choice, but they were unable to bring a run across.