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Glory Continue to Roll Over League Opponents, Crush Michigan Ice, 8-1

Fairfax, VA —

If you are any team in the NPF, coming into Washington is a very difficult thing to do as the Michigan Ice found out tonight as the Glory, who not only have excelled with excellent pitching have pounded teams on the offensive side of the ball as well.

Tonight was much of the same as the Michigan Ice came to visit George Mason, by the time they left, they wished the rain would have prevented this game from ever happening, taking a 8-1 beating.

Sarah Pauly took a no hitter into the fifth inning before the Ice would even manage one hit and she would give way to Jen Musillo to finish the game, allowing just one run on two hits for the entire evening.

Washington secured the victory after the Ice pitching surrendered back to back homeruns to Oli Keohohou and Sara Larquier.

The Glory will face Michigan three more times during the upcoming weekend. Tomorrow and Saturday’s games are at 7:05 and Sunday’s finale is at 3:05pm

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