After dropping the opener 4-1, the Lancers came back to win the late game 2-0 behind a pair of solo-homers and a dominant pitching performance by Tory Ferreira.
"We just didn't adjust in that first game," said Head Coach Bill Baber. "Their pitcher was jamming us and throwing good curves that were breaking over the plate and we never could get anything going. Thank God for Tory in the second game."
Ferreira tossed a four-hit complete game shutout, nursing a one run lead for much of the game.
Lindsay Henry got the Lancers on the board quick, leading off the second game with a shot to left center. It was her third homer of the season.
There wasn't much offense to be found for either team after that, as the two squads combined for just seven hits in the late game.
Sloan McHann ripped a ball out to straight away center that never got more than 20 feet off the ground to put CBU up 2-0 in the sixth inning. It was McHann's fourth homer of the year and came after the junior had gone hitless in her first five at bats of the day.
Ferreira scattered four hits and walked just one batter to move to 12-2 on the season. She struck out seven batters in the game.
"Getting that early 1-0 lead really helped us and gave our pitcher some confidence," said Baber. "Tory did a great job keeping herself out of trouble for the most part and keeping them off balance all game. We needed that because there weren't many hits to go around."
In the opener the Vulcans scored a pair of runs and that turned out to be all they needed as CBU managed just four hits and one run in the contest.
Trailing 3-0, the Lancers were able to load the bases in the fifth, but scored just one run on a Henry infield single. UHH added a fourth run in the sixth inning to take the 4-1 victory.
Emma Holden got the start for CBU and allowed just three hits in the game, but issued eight free passes on five walks and three hit batters. She falls to 12-3 with the loss.
Ashley Nelson got the win for UHH, keeping her record flawless at 4-0. She allowed four hits and one run in seven innings pitched.
Henry drove in two of CBU's three runs on the day and she and Kailey Willingham were the only two Lancers to tally multiple hits in the doubleheader.
The split leaves CBU at 24-5 overall, 10-4 in the PacWest. Only Grand Canyon is ahead of CBU in the loss column in the conference standings, sitting at 8-2.
UHH moves to 14-7, 9-6.
The Lancers have a pair of doubleheaders against Chaminade coming up Monday and Tuesday next week.