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College softball: OSU splits a pair of games to wrap up Nutter Classic

Simone Freeman collects 12 strikeouts to lead Cowgirls to 4-0 victory over Cal State-Northridge.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: February 23, 2014
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PALM SPRINGS, Calif. — Patrice Jackson's home run, and Danielle O'Toole's pitching was a tough combination for Oklahoma State on Sunday in the final game of the Mary Nutter Classic softball tournament.

The duo led San Diego State to a 6-0 victory, sinking the Cowgirls' record to 10-5 on the season.

Earlier in the day, OSU beat Cal State-Northridge 4-0.

O'Toole blanked the Cowgirls on three hits, no walks and nine strikeouts in seven innings. Danielle Riddle, Shianne Hughes and Shannon Kaufman were the only OSU players to solve O'Toole, who improved to 9-2.

Against Cal State-Northridge, the Cowgirls' Simone Freeman pitched a complete game. She stopped Northridge on three hits, a walk and 12 strikeouts.

Kaufman and Tiffany Mikkelson had RBI hits for Oklahoma State, which opens the home portion of its season 1 p.m. Saturday against Arkansas-Pine Bluff.