MAC Weekend Recap (Feb. 28th-March 2nd)

Eastern Michigan (4-7) vs. #30 Kentucky (9-2)

Game 1 – EMU: 2 Kent- 8. LP-Jake Andrews WP-A.J. Reed. Kentucky pitching held EMU hitters to only three hits. Two EMU errors led to seven unearned runs in the fifth by the Wildcats.

Game 2 – EMU: 5 Kent.: 9. LP – Tyler Russell WP- Chandler Sheppard. Lee Longo and John Rubino each had 2 RBIs for EMU. Kentucky starter Sheppard went 8 innings, only allowing 5 hits, while striking out 6.

Game 3:EMU – 2 Kent. – 13. LP – Charlie Land; WP – Kyle Cody. Kentucky’s offense racked up 13 runs on 17 hits. Austin Wilson and Longo each had two hits for EMU.

Kent State (7-3) vs. Middle Tennessee State University (4-6)

Game 1 – Kent State: 4 MTSU: 12. LP – Brian Clark WP – Zac Curtis. MTSU starter Curtis struck out 10 Kent State batters over 6.2 innings. Zarley Zalewski had 3 of Kent State’s 6 hits.

Game 2 – Kent State: 5 MTSU: 4. WP – Eric Lauer LP – Matt Blackham SV – Eric Dorsch. Jon Wilson had 3 hits for Kent State.

Game 3 – Kent State: 6 MTSU: 5. WP – Andy Ravel LP – Frebis SV – Michael Clark. T.J. Sutton was 3-5 at the plate for Kent State with 1 RBI. Tommy Monnot and Zach Beckner had a pair of hits each.

Ohio (3-6) vs. Georgia Southern (10-2) and Southern Illinois-Edwardsville (2-8)

Game 1 – Ohio: 3 GSU: 2. WP – Jake Roehn LP – S. Howard SV – Jeremy Cronk. Ohio starter Roehn struck out 10 hitters over 6 innings, while only allowing 4 hits, 2 walks and 1 earned run. Mitch Longo was 4-4 at the plate for Ohio, while Tyler Wells and Scott White each had a pair of hits in the win.

Game 2 – Ohio-3 SIUE-7. LP – Logan Cozart WP – W. Daniels. Ohio pitching gave up 15 hits and walked six batters. White was 3-5 with 1 run and 1 RBI for Ohio. Longo added two hits, while Austin Rieman was 3-3 at the plate with 1 run scored.

Game 3 – Ohio: 5 GSU: 20

Bowling Green State University (2-7) vs. Georgia Tech (7-4)

Game 1 – BGSU: 2 GT: 3. LP – Cody Apthorpe WP – J King SV – D. Isaacs. BGSU shortstop Brian Bien was 3-4 at the plate.

Game 2 – BGSU: 3 GT: 8. LP – Mike Frank WP – C Pitts. Jeremy Shay, BGSU firstbaseman, was 2-4 with a home run and 2 RBIs.

Game 3 – BGSU: 5 GT: 8. LP – Andrew Lacinak WP – Matt Grimes SV – Jonathan Roberts.

Buffalo (6-1) vs. Maryland Eastern Shore (0-8) and VMI (7-3)

Game 1 – Buffalo: 11 UMES: 1. WP – Kevin Hughes LP – Chipper Smith.

Game 2 – Buffalo: 0 VMI: 2. LP – Mike Mcgee WP – Reed Garrett SV – Travis Thomas.

Game 3 – Buffalo: 6 VMI: 5. WP – Anthony Magovney LP – Conner Bach

Game 4 – Buffalo: 5 UMES: 3. WP – Mike Kaelin LP – Michael Epps

Ball State (9-3) vs. Rider (2-6) and Liberty (6-6)

Game 1 – Ball State: 4 Rider: 1

Game 2 – Ball State: 0 Liberty: 13

Game 3 – Ball State: 5 Rider: 4 (10)

Game 4 – Ball State: 4 Liberty: 3

Central Michigan (4-8) vs. Boston College (6-4), St. Bonaventure (0-8), Northeastern (3-5) and Villanova (2-7)

Game 1 – CMU: 4 BC: 5

Game 2 – CMU: 5 St. Bona.:0. Pat Kaminska throws a complete game shutout only allowing 5 hits, while striking out five.

Game 3 – CMU: 5 Northeastern: 7

Game 4 – CMU: 13 Villanova: 3

Northern Illinois (1-8-1) vs. Southern Illinois (7-3)

Game 1 – NIU: 1 SIU: 0. WP – Eli Anderson LP – Coonrod SV – Frankenreider. Anderson threw 7.1 shutout innings for NIU, only giving up 5 hits, walking two and striking out eight.

Game 2 – NIU: 1 SIU: 3

Game 3 – NIU: 1 SIU: 2

Toledo (2-6) vs. #9 Louisville (8-2) and #17 Indiana (3-5)

Game 1 – Toledo: 2 Louisville: 6

Game 2 – Toledo: 3 Indiana: 8

Game 3 – Toledo: 2 Louisville: 8

Akron (4-5) vs. Delaware State (5-2)

Game 1 – Akron: 0 DSU: 4

Game 2 – Akron: 1 DSU: 13

Game 3 – Akron: 11 DSU: 10

Western Michigan (3-7) vs. St. Bonaventure (0-8), Nebraska-Omaha (4-4), Lehigh (2-3) and Boston College (6-4)

Game 1 – WMU: 5 St. Bona.: 1

Game 2 – WMU: 1 Neb,-Omaha: 3

Game 3 – WMU: 4 Lehigh: 5

Game 4 – WMU: 5 BC: 3

Miami (Ohio) (3-6) vs. Davidson (3-5)

Game 1 – Miami: 6 Davidson: 0

Game 2 – Miami: 14 Davidson: 11

Game 3 – Miami: 6 Davidson: 13