Heidelberg was efficient in Friday's doubleheader against Ohio Wesleyan.
In just 10 innings of work, the Student Princes were able to polish off a pair of wins against the Bishops, 15-6 and 11-8.
Each game lasted five innings.
The star of the day was Kayla Zachrich, who drove in eight runs over the two wins. She also had four hits and scored a pair of runs.
In Game 1, Heidelberg put up crooked numbers in all five innings, highlighted by a five run fifth. New Riegel graduate Jami Wagner, Heidelberg's leadoff hitter, scored two runs and drove in two runs in the contest. Mikaela Mitsch also drove in two runs, while Lisa Simmons drove in three.
Paige Atterholt picked up the win by going 3 2/3 innings, allowing six runs on five hits. She walked two and struck out six in improving to 6-5.
In Game 2, Erin Chapman pitched a complete five innings, allowing just one run on five hits. She struck out six and walked two in improving to 6-5.
Wagner tripled, scored twice and had three RBIs,while Simmons had two RBIs and three hits.
Heidelberg broke the game open with eight runs in the second inning.
HU improved to 12-8. Ohio Wesleyan has the same overall record.
Roussel scores 7 times in TU win
Emily Roussel did the damage.
Tiffin's lacrosse team got the win.
Roussel scored seven - or half - of the Dragons' goals Friday as the Dragons got past Wheeling Jesuit 14-9.
Gina Abulone also was crucial for Tiffin, scoring three goals and dishing out a pair of assists. Alexis Macmillian added three assists.
Jessica Bombard made 14 saves in the win, which moved the Dragons to 5-4, 1-1 in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
Elizabeth Hales had four goals for Cardinals, who fell to 5-4, 1-1.