Auburn softball overcame a one-run deficit in extra innings to defeat Camden 8-7 Tuesday in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
The Maroons led 6-5 entering the seventh inning, but a Camden player reached and later scored to extend the game. Playing under the tiebreaker rule, Camden started the top of the eighth with a runner on second that would later score, putting Auburn behind 7-6.
Needing a run to tie and two runs to win, the Maroons loaded the bases with none out. Doray DiLallo hit a two-run single up the middle to score Katelyn Stoddard and Emma Nolan, giving Auburn the victory.
DiLallo finished 2-for-5 with four RBIs and a run, while Nolan posted two hits, including a triple, and three runs. Grace Baranick went 2-for-4, and Meghan Wiseman (two walks), Abby Marinelli (run, two RBIs), Morgan Cook, Makayla Titus (run, walk) and Morgan Marl all added one hit. Stoddard finished with two runs scored.
Auburn improves its record to 5-1.