The Centenary College Baseball team picked up a 8-3 victory on Tuesday night over number 24 ranked Arkansas. They received a great start from Boone Whiting who allowed five hits and three runs in 7.1 innings of work while two way player Brett Eibner struggled in his 1.2 inning start as he allowed three runs. The Kansas State Wildcats also picked up an upset by beating the Arizona State Sun Devils 6-2. Jason King led the Wildcats offense by going 3 for 3 with a huge three run homer in the eigthth inning. Continue reading Centenary and Kansas State pull off Upset Wins
Centenary 8, (#1) Texas A&M 4
Centenary overcame a three home run effort by the Texas A&M offense and scored three runs in the eighth inning to hand the top-ranked Aggies their first loss of the year, 8-4, Wednesday afternoon before 2,979 fans at Olsen Field.
A&M (5-1) trailed by three entering the sixth before a solo shot by Luke Anders and a two-run home run by Dylan Petrich one inning later would tie the game at four.
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Centenary 1 at #3 Texas A&M 11
Luke Anders and Kevin Gonzalez drove in four runs apiece and true freshman Ross Hales picked up the win in his first career start as the No. 1-ranked Aggies defeated Centenary College, 11-1, Tuesday night.
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FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE
ELMHURST, Ill. − After winning its record 11th straight league championship a year ago, Oral Roberts was a unanimous decision to claim its 12th consecutive Summit League crown in 2009 as voted by the league’s eight head coaches.
The Golden Eagles collected seven first-place votes for a total of 49 points. Only five points separated the next three teams as Southern Utah placed second with 40 points, Centenary was third with 35 points and South Dakota State is in the fourth slot with 30 points and the final first-place vote. SDSU edged Western Illinois by one point, as the Leathernecks were selected fifth with 29 points. Oakland (17 points), IPFW (13 points) and North Dakota State (11 points) rounded out the voting.
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