The paired helped the Blue Jays to four wins on the week, improving Westminster to 10-2 in the SLIAC.
Ingram added two wins, pitching 13 innings which included 11 scoreless. She allowed just two hits in two games and struck out a total of 12 batters.
Guthrie was nearly unstoppable at the plate, recording a .692 average on the week with one home run and six RBI. She recorded at least one hit and one RBI in all four games, including two three-hit games.
The Blue Jays take on nonconference opponent Lindenwood-Belleville Monday before continuing SLIAC play Wednesday at Fontbonne.