Tiffin University (25-14, 15-7 G-MAC) will battle Cedarville (27-13, 13-5) and Findlay (21-19, 11-9) for positioning in the upcoming G-MAC Tournament in action this weekend.
The Dragons are currently 4th in the G-MAC standings, with Cedarville directly ahead of them. Findlay sits two spots behind Tiffin in the crowded field, with everyone battling for the best possible position in the tourney.
Cedarville comes in as the hot team, having won 8 of 10 and 12 of their last 15. The Yellow Jackets posted sweeps of Alderson Broaddus, Lake Erie and Ursuline, only dropping a pair of close 3-1 and 3-0 games to Indianapolis.
Pitching is CU's strength, as they boast the top ERA in the conference at 2.36. They are just 11th in batting (.273).
Kara Eiginger leads the team with a .347 mark and 28 RBI, while Sarah Parsons is right behind at .323 with a team best 34 RBI. Gabby Stewart is hitting .344, while Morgan Arbogast is the top hurler with a 13-7 record and a 2.13 ERA.
Findlay has been up and down lately, going 4-4 in their last 8 games. They have sweeps of Lake Erie and Kentucky Wesleyan but were swept by Ursuline and Malone. They slot in at the middle of the pack in most statistical categories, standing 6th in batting (.303) and 7th in ERA (3.51).
Rebecca Harvey has been a tough hitter all season, logging a .429 average with 28 RBI. Amanda Delmonte also has 23 RBI while slashing .398. Dylan Wiley is hitting .336, while Devyn Zuro has 24 RBI while hitting .322. Hailey Bryan is the top pitcher with a 2.75 ERA and a 10-9 record.
For the Dragons, Libby Crow continues to play well with a .404 average, while Jamie Sevenish is hitting .380 with 20 stolen bases. Hayley Kobie is tearing it up with a .387 clip and 23 RBI, while Abbey Zedaker (.354), Chloe Swaisgood (.350) and Brooke Lambert (.321, 27 RBI) are also leading the hit parade.