Tag Archives: 2008 Fall Games

Cincinnati Fall World Series Update- Game 1

Freshman T.J. Jones
Freshman T.J. Jones

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CINCINNATI – The University of Cincinnati baseball team kicked off its annual Red/Black World Series Wednesday evening with the Black Team defeating the Red Team in extra innings, 5-2. Freshman T.J. Jones (Cincinnati, Ohio/LaSalle) went 2-for-4 from the plate, including a two-out, two-RBI triple in the eighth inning to secure the win for the Black squad.

Senior Michael Hill (Proctorville, Ohio/Fairland) got the start for the Black Team, while junior Andrew Burkett (Crystal Lake, Ill./Cary-Grove/Elgin CC) toed the rubber for the Red Team. Hill and Burkett each went 3.0 innings, giving up just one hit apiece, but the lone hit given up by Hill was a second-inning solo home run by junior Jim Jacquot (Belleville, Ill./Belleville East/Southwestern Illinois College) that placed the Red Team in front, 1-0.
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Nicholls State Fall World Series Update

Senior Lance Dupuis saw 5.1 innings on the mound Friday night, fanning six
Senior Lance Dupuis saw 5.1 innings on the mound Friday night, fanning six

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The ‘Prothro Persicks’ swept the baseball fall world series two games to none this past weekend, winning game one 9-3 and taking game two by a score of 1-0.

Friday evening in game one, the ‘Newman Masters’ quickly jumped out to a 2-0 lead before the ‘Prothro Persicks’ responded with three runs in the second to take the lead. The squad added to the lead with two in the third and two more in the fourth.
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Nevada Fall World Sereis Update Game 5

University of Nevada
University of Nevada

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Reno, Nev. – The white team hit three home runs in the late innings on Wednesday morning to defeat the blue squad 7-6 in 10-innings in game five of the University of Nevada baseball teams Blue versus White series at Peccole Park. The white squad trailed in the series 2-0 but won the final three games to claim the series victory 3-2. With the series concluded the Wolf Pack has complete fall practice.
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University of Nevada Fall World Series Update

University of Nevada
University of Nevada

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Reno, Nev. – The white team evened the University of Nevada baseball teams Blue versus White series with a 9-3 victory at Peccole Park in game four on Tuesday morning. The final game of the five-game series that will conclude fall practiced is scheduled for Wednesday morning at 9:00 a.m. and is free and open to the public.
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Louisiana-Lafayette Fall World Series Update-Game 5

The Black team took the 2008 Fall World Series with a 7-1 win over Red in the fifth game on Monday night.  Courtesy: RaginCajuns.com
The Black team took the 2008 Fall World Series with a 7-1 win over Red in the fifth game on Monday night. Courtesy: RaginCajuns.com

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LAFAYETTE – The Black team won in Game 5 of the Red-Black Fall World Series on Monday night by a decisive score of 7-1, taking the title as well as earning a steak dinner on Sunday. This marks the second year in a row Black has won.

The Red team gave the Black team plenty of opportunities, posting four errors, all of which were directly involved in scoring plays or opportunities. The Black team posted one run innings in the first, second, fourth, and eighth, and had their most success in the fifth with three runs.
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Temple Fall World Series Recap

Ryan Thomas (Courtesy of Temple Media Relations)
Ryan Thomas (Courtesy of Temple Media Relations)

AMBLER, PA – Junior Ryan Thomas won two games on the mound, striking out nine batters in six innings, to earn MVP honors for the Cherry team in a 4-2 series victory over White in the Temple Baseball Fall Classic, contested over the past two weeks at Skip Wilson Field. The righthander allowed two earned runs in six innings for the Cherry team. Continue reading

Rosters and Pitching Matchups Announced for Cincinnati World Series

Senior Michael Hill
Senior Michael Hill

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CINCINNATI – The University of Cincinnati’s baseball team has announced the rosters for the annual Red/Black World Series that will be played at Marge Schott Stadium Nov. 12-21. The series opens up on Wednesday, Nov. 12 at 3 p.m.

Seniors Cameron Satterwhite, Michael Hill, Evan Sanford, Tyler Goodro, and Jake Geglein highlight the roster for the Black team. Freshmen T.J. Jones, Kiley Jones, and sophomore Chris Peters join Goodro to comprise the infielders for the Black team, while sophomore Justin Riddell and junior Lance Durham join Satterwhite as the outfielders. The catchers for the Black team are freshman Braden Kline, and sophomore Nick Rohlfs. The pitching staff consists of Hill, Geglein, Sanford, redshirt freshman Sam Slavik, sophomore Nick Johnson, sophomore Dan Jensen, junior Brian Garman, and redshirt junior Brian Sand.
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University of Nevada Fall World Series Update

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Reno, Nev. – The white team defeated the blue squad 8-6 on Monday morning at Peccole Park in game three of the University of Nevada baseball teams Blue versus White series that will conclude fall practice. The win was the first for the white team in the series as they trail 2-1 after dropped the first two games last Thursday and Friday by scores of 16-8 and 7-5 respectively.
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Memphis Fall World Series Game 3 Recap

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(Courtesy of Memphis Media Relations)
(Courtesy of Memphis Media Relations)

Freshman Trey Turner’s two-out infield single plated fellow freshman Heith Hatfield for the game-winning run in the bottom of the ninth to give the Blue team a 6-5 win over the Gray in Game 3 of the 2008 Garibaldi’s Series. The Zu Crew (Blue) takes a 2-1 series lead with the win. Continue reading

Pepperdine knocks off Long Beach 14-3 in Fall Ball

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MALIBU, Calif. – Junior transfer Colin Rooney’s (Yorba Linda, Calif./Saddleback College) eighth-inning, three-run homer was the key shot in Pepperdine’s 14-3 victory over Long Beach State Sunday afternoon at Eddy D. Field Stadium.

The two-out blast to left center increased the Waves’ lead from four to seven, and more importantly, crushed any hopes for a Long Beach comeback in today’s scheduled 10-inning exhibition. Continue reading