Andi Williamson suffered her first loss of the season on Friday night in Round Rock, Texas as the Chicago Bandits lost 3-0 to the USSSA Florida Pride in a National Professional Fastpitch league softball game.
Williamson, a Harts native and Chapmanville Regional High School graduate, pitched 5.2 innings and allowed two runs on eight hits and had one strikeeout but didn’t get any run support.
The Pride scored single runs in the fourth, fifth and sixth innings and outhit the Bandits 10-3.
Chicago fell to 8-8 on the season with the loss.
Cat Osterman pitched the complete game three-hit shutout for the Pride. She fanned 10 on the night.
The Pride, the defending USSSA champions, beat the Bandits 7-1 on Thursday night in Game 1 of the series.
The two teams were scheduled to play a doubleheader on Saturday night to complete the four-game neutral site series.
Chicago is back home next Thursday as the Akron Racers come to Rosemont, Ill., to open a four-game set against the Bandits.
Last year for the Bandits, Williamson had a 9-2 record during the regular season with a 1.67 ERA — one of the best in the league. She was named as the league’s rookie of the year at season’s end.