The Lady Knights (13-14, 3-3) split their third straight league series by going 1-1 against the Bulldogs (7-8, 2-2).
Sophomore leadoff batter Jessica McFadden had two hits in both games for Barton as she extended her hit streak to 15 games to start the season.
Sophomore shortstop Jasmine Dobbin, the reigning Conference Carolinas Player of the week, and junior Brianna Shurtleff had a hit in each game to lead SAPC on offense.
St. Andrews plays a conference doubleheader at Erskine on Saturday at 2 p.m.
Game 1: Barton 4, SAPC 0
Severt tossed a two-hit, complete-game as the Bulldogs posted a 4-0 victory. BC jumped out to a two-run lead in the first inning and it proved to be more than enough run support for Severt, who picked up her fourth win of the season. Severt (4-3) only allowed a pair of infield singles over her seven innings of work.
Juniors Amber Fletcher and Rebecca DiPietro drove in the Bulldogs runs in the first inning with RBI singles. Barton doubled up its final margin of victory win an unearned run in both the third and sixth.
Barton had nine-hits in the opener, including two base hits by both McFadden and junior Natalie Phipps.
Dobbin Shurtleff accounted for the Knights' two hits. Disque was tagged with the loss while junior Sarah Applegarth did not allow an earned run in 6 2/3 innings of relief.
Game 2: SAPC 4, Barton 0
Disque bounced back from a disappointing start in the first game with a complete-game shutout. Disque’s first collegiate shutout helped the Knights earn the split. Disque (4-10) scattered five hits and had three strikeouts.
St. Andrews broke through with back-to-back doubles to lead off the bottom of the fourth. Shurtleff just missed a home run to as her double bounced off the left-field fence. Junior Danyell Marquez plated Shurtleff with a double that just curled out of the reach of the Bulldogs left fielder and bounced inside the foul line.
The Knights added three insurance runs in a sixth inning that was highlighted by consecutive one-run singles by Disque and Dobbin.
The Bulldogs loaded the bases with two outs in the seventh, but Disque was able to force a groundout to preserve the shutout. McFadden had two of Barton’s five hits. SAPC collected eight hits, including a pair by Marquez.
Senior Kim Page was charged with the loss after allowing two runs over five-plus innings of work. Page (1-2) had four strikeouts.