FULTON, Mo. - Westminster softball swept Webster to remain second place in the SLIAC conference, its second straight sweep.
The Blue Jays improve to 17-11 and 10-2 in the conference with the wins.
Alyson Hahn started on the mound and pitched the full seven innings to take the win and improve her record to 9-3. She allowed just one walk and struck out 10 in her shutout victory.
Katie Price added an RBI single in the fourth to increase the Westminster lead to 2-0.
"This was a great team effort today," said Westminster Head Coach Joe Henderson. "Everyone contributed big bats across the board and Hahn had a fine one-hit shutout performance."
Katie Price took the mound in game two to earn the win and improve her record to 7-3.
The Blue Jays again took and early lead in the first by going up 5-0 in the first inning, including a bases-clearing single from Vaughn to score three runs.
Five more runs in the third on RBI from Baker, Josie Cotter, Tepen, and Collier gave Westminster the 10-0 lead.
Webster avoided the shutout and early-inning exit by scoring six runs in the fourth and fifth.
Collier and Vaughn continued to dominate offensively by scoring a total of three more runs in the bottom of the fifth, while Brooke Laidley and Tepen scored three more runs in the sixth to give Westminster the win and the end gam early at 15-7.
Westminster faces Iowa Wesleyan Wednesday at 1 and 3 p.m.