Indiana State 11 Ontario Blue Jays 1
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – The Indiana State baseball team hit the field for the first time on Tuesday, Sept. 20, taking on the Ontario Blue Jays at Bob Warn Field at Sycamore Stadium. The Sycamores got off to a hot start and rode a six-run first inning to victory, defeating the Blue Jays by a score of 11-1.
Six Sycamores picked up hits in the first inning for ISU, coming from senior Lucas Hileman, junior Jeremy Lucas, junior Koby Kraemer, junior Robby Ort, senior Jon Hedges and sophomore Owen Conway. Lucas, Ort, Hedges, Conway and sophomore Tyler Wampler all drove in runs in the inning, as ISU took an early 6-1 lead.
Duke Fall Game 1 and 2 Recaps
DURHAM, N.C. – The Duke baseball team held a pair of intrasquad games at Jack Coombs Field this past weekend to wrap up the first week of fall practice.
“They went really well,” head coach Sean McNally said of the intrasquad games. “Each of them was different. We’re keeping the intrasquads pretty simple. We’re just trying to have our pitchers command their fastball, be aggressive and go on the attack. Offensively, we want to put the ball in play and play really hard. We’ve played at a high level both games.”
North Carolina Fall Ball: Navy 4 Blue 3
Chapel Hill, N.C.- The Navy squad broke open a 1-1 tie with three runs in the top of the seventh, then held on for a 4-3 win over Blue in a nine-inning scrimmage at Boshamer Stadium on Thursday afternoon.
Cody Stubbs lead off the fourth inning with a massive home run to right that gave Blue an early 1-0 lead. After Navy tied the game up with a run in the fifth, they came back with three more in the top of the seventh. Doubles by Shell McCain, Jacob Stallings and Seth Williams highlighted the inning.
Blue came back with single runs in both the seventh and eighth for the final 4-3 margin.
Wichita State Fall Ball: Gold 4 Black 3
WICHITA, Kan. – The Wichita State Gold squad won game one of the Shocker Fall World Series 4-3.
Kevin Hall went 3-for-4 with an RBI and two stolen bases including a steal of home. He also drove in the winning run in the top of the ninth with a double in the right-center gap.
Gold starter Kris Gardner earned a no decision. He pitched five shutout innings and allowed just two hits with three walks and two strikeouts.