Softball splits first four games at Easton Invitational March 2, 2013 0 Comments Share tweet David Cohn Senior Staff Writer By: David Cohn | Senior Staff Writer No. 15 Stanford bounced back with a strong showing on Saturday after dropping its first two games at the Easton Invitational, posting victories against Cal-State Fullerton and Northwestern to improve to 16-5 on the season. In the morning session, senior Teagan Gerhart shut down Fullerton, allowing only one run on two hits in picking up her seventh win on the season, as the Cardinal blasted the Titans 14-1 in a 5-inning mercy rule decision. Sophomore Erin Ashby blasted a home run and recorded 3 RBIs in Stanford’s 14-1 rout of Cal-State Fullerton. (Jim Shorin/stanfordphoto.com) For the Norco, Calif. product and the Card, Saturday’s contest was an emphatic rebound after Stanford was stunned by unranked Wisconsin on Friday afternoon, falling 4-0 to the Badgers. In routing Fullerton, the Cardinal tallied 14 hits, including home runs from sophomore Erin Ashby and freshman Kaitlin Schaberg. Kelsey Stevens also recovered from a Friday loss, as she notched her ninth victory in Saturday afternoon’s 5-2 win over Northwestern. After giving up five runs in only 1 1/3 innings of work during a 7-6 loss to Iowa, the freshman from Albuquerque, N.M. dominated NU, yielding only four hits and striking out nine over the course of 6 1/3 innings. Stanford concludes play at the Easton Invitational tomorrow morning, as the Card take on the Indiana Hoosiers in Fullerton, Calif. Easton Invitational Erin Ashby Kaitlin Schaberg Kelsey Stevens Stanford softball Teagan Gerhart 2013-03-02 David Cohn March 2, 2013 0 Comments Share tweet Subscribe Click here to subscribe to our daily newsletter of top headlines.