Immediately the Bulls jumped all over the Hartford Hawks with a 2-0 lead after the first inning.
Some strong pitching by Greiner through the next couple of innings made for a long day for the Hawks, who also dropped their first game of the day 4-3 in nine innings to the University of North Texas.
The Bulls scored another run in the bottom of the fourth when junior Kenshyra Jackson led off with a double. On out later Janine Richardson lifted a sacrifice fly to right to drive home Jackson.
In the bottom of the fifth inning the Bulls tacked on three more runs. Stephanie Medina's two-run homer, which bounced off and over the top of the fence in right, put the Bulls up 6-1.
Their final run came on a sac-fly from senior Jessica Mouse in the bottom of the sixth.
Game one was interrupted for about 45 minutes with a weather delay, due to lightning strikes in the area. The latter half of the Bulls doubleheader was cancelled due to rain. Their next scheduled contest is the start of a three-game series with Rutgers (11-12) to open Big East play in Tampa, Saturday at 2 p.m.