By LISA AWAITEY
Spring break proved to be pivotal for the Cornell softball team, as the Red went on the road for two important series with Ivy League rivals. Facing both Yale and Brown in conference play, Cornell swept both teams to deliver head coach Dick Blood his 600th career win. These wins brought Cornell to a 4-2 record in Ivy competition, putting the squad in a tie for first place in the South Division with the Columbia Lions.
Connor Archard / Sun Sports Photo EditorHelping her cause | Sophomore Meg Parker struck out seven in the Red’s win over Brown, also going two-for-three with three RBIs at the plate.