With postseason aspirations still on the line, the Wittenberg University Baseball team picked up another key North Coast Athletic Conference series split on Wednesday (5/1) as the Tigers earned their first victory over No. 10 Wooster since the 2011 season with an 8-7 win over the Scots in game two from Art Murray Field in Wooster.
Despite dropping a 6-2 decision in game one, the Wittenberg University Baseball team picked up a key North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) split on Saturday afternoon after picking up a 4-1 victory in game two behind a strong pitching performance from sophomore Tanner Griggs for the second time this week.
Despite a strong pitching performance from sophomore right-hander Rusty Hayhurst, the Wittenberg University Baseball team dropped a 2-1 non-conference decision against visiting Ohio Northern on Tuesday night at Carleton Davidson Stadium.
After erupting for 21 hits in a 21-7 win over Oberlin in game one on Saturday afternoon, the Wittenberg University Baseball team ultimately settled for a split against the Yeomen as Oberlin posted an 8-3 win in game two at Dill Field.
Prior to yesterday’s (4/6) baseball doubleheader sweep over visiting Hiram, Wittenberg University dedicated the outdoor batting cages at Carleton Davidson Stadium in memory of former player, friend and classmate Keith Kavinsky ’89.
Sophomore Jack Hollinshead blasted three homers to lift Wittenberg to a 15-3 win over Wabash in game one on Wednesday (4/3) afternoon at Carleton Davidson Stadium, while classmate Gabe Stacy broke a 1-1 tie in the bottom of the eighth inning in game two with a sharp single to center to help the Tigers eventually post a 6-1 victory over the Little Giants in game two.
After winning in dramatic fashion last Saturday night against Trine, the Wittenberg University Baseball team dropped both ends of a non-conference doubleheader at Capital University on Tuesday (3/19), falling 4-2 in game one, before dropping a 6-5 decision against the Crusaders in the nightcap.
The Wittenberg University Baseball team took an early lead and fended off a ninth-inning rally by Covenant (GA) to post a 13-10 victory over the Scots in Georgia. The Tigers scored in just four of the nine innings, but they put up crooked numbers in three of those innings, which included a five-spot in the top of the fourth.