CGA pitcher throws perfect game, sets program career record for K's in sweep A day to remember for Feindel Day staff reports Publication: The Day Published 04/17/2010 12:00 AM Updated 04/17/2010 06:05 AM New London - Coast Guard Academy sophomore Hayley Feindel became the Bears' all-time leader in strikeouts in style on Friday, throwing nine perfect innings, including a six-inning perfect game, as Coast Guard swept a New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference doubleheader from MIT, 8-0 and 13-5. Feindel retired all 18 batters she faced in the opener and tied her season-high with 14 strikeouts to become the program's career leader. She broke the previous record of 634 set by Colleen Perry. Feindel struck out six more in three perfect innings in the second game to finish the day with 650. Feindel leads the nation in strikeouts and shutouts for Coast Guard (25-6, 13-1), which is ranked third in New England. Carin Sweeney hit the first three home runs of her career, including two in the second game, in which she finished with seven RBI. Amanda Frederick was 6-for-7 with five runs scored and four RBI on the day. She also moved into sole possession of second place on the school's all-time home run list with her 18th. Sweeney was 4-for-4 in Game 2. MIT is 7-19, 3-13. The Bears qualified for the NCAA Division III New England regional tournament for the first time in school history a year ago, losing in the championship round. They will try to clinch their second straight NEWMAC regular-season title today at Springfield. The Bears must win one of the two games to do so, or Springfield will be the top seed in the NEWMAC tournament, which begins Wednesday.