Brittany Talley's no-hitter was the sixth in Tech history and the first since Amanda Renfro threw a perfect game against Penn State on March 10, 2001. Talley is just the fourth Tech pitcher to have no-hitter as Renfro collected three in her career, while Emily Hayes and Jenny Cannon each added one in their respective Tech tenures.
Between Talley and first game starter Kelsey Dennis, Tech allowed no runs off one total hit and two walks to go along with a hit batsman over 10 total innings.
Tech extended its no-error streak to three straight games as the Red Raiders continued their sharp-fielding against Dayton.
The Red Raiders have now ended 10 of their last 12 games due to a run rule, including the previous five games consecutively.
Mikey Kenney moved her career-high hitting streak to 12-straight games after a 3-for-3 day at the plate that included two runs scored and a RBI.
Logan Hall picked up right where she left off last weekend, driving in two runs on the day after a 3-for-4 combined day at the plate that included two runs scored and a walk.
Raven Richardson's home run in the second inning was the junior's third of the season and second long ball in the last three games.
Both of Tech's two games were its shortest of the season as the opener against Howard lasted only one hour and six minutes, while the finale against Dayton went an hour and nine minutes.