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Schultz walked the next two batters, both on close full-count pitches, then plunked Lexie Siwek on the knee to bring in the go-ahead run.
"I was working outside corner on a lot of the girls, and they really don't swing at it," said Schultz, who struck out five and allowed just two hits. "I throw my backdoor curve a lot, which starts out and finishes in more. A few of the pitches, I thought they were there. I guess I was being a little too picky in a tight situation."
The inning continued to unravel, when Ryan Shaughnessy's hard-hit ground ball squirted under the second baseman's glove, bringing in two runs to make it 4-1.
"They took advantage of a couple things, miscues by us, next thing you know they have three runs on the board," Wolves coach Mark Green said. "Tough to overcome against that pitcher."