Loyola Chicago's pitchers shine with Peyton Pepkowski retiring 17 batters in game one and Andie Broniewicz pitching a no-hitter in game two against St. Bonaventure. Both games end in 4-0 victories as the Ramblers improve to 18-19 overall and 7-7 in A-10 play.

By the Numbers
  • Pepkowski achieved a career-high 17 strikeouts in game one and now holds a 10-9 record for the season.
  • Broniewicz tossed a no-hitter, marking the second of her career and the ninth in the program's history.
  • Both games ended in 4-0 victories for Loyola.
  • Barnett led the offense, going 3-for-3 with two RBI in game one.
  • Nalley led the hitting in game two, going 2-for-3 with a run scored.
State of Play
  • Loyola Chicago's pitchers dominated the doubleheader, securing shutout victories in both games.
  • The team's solid performance has positioned them at 18-19 overall and 7-7 in A-10 play.
What's Next

Loyola aims to complete the sweep of the series against St. Bonaventure on Sunday at 12 p.m.

Bottom Line

Loyola's exceptional pitching performances led to back-to-back shutout wins, showcasing the team's strength on the mound and at the plate. The Ramblers' success sets a promising tone for their upcoming games and strengthens their position in the A-10 conference standings.