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University of The Incarnate Word releases 2015 Schedule

rp_primary_Raley,-Russell--1The University of The Incarnate Word has released their 2015 schedule which features a home opening series against the Northeastern Huskies. They will also host series against Southeastern Louisiana, Prairie View A&M, Houston Baptist, Stephen F. Austin, Central Arkansas, and Texas A&M Corpus Christi.  Continue reading

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Southland Conference adds Incarnate Word

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FRISCO, Texas – The Southland Conference and the University of the Incarnate Word announced Monday afternoon that the institution will become a member of the league, effective July 1, 2013. The membership will coincide with the San Antonio-based institution’s four-year transition to NCAA Division I. Continue reading

St Edwards rally in game two to sweep #22 Incarnate Word

Drew Kimball
Drew Kimball

FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE

AUSTIN, Texas – St. Edward’s rallied from four runs down in game two to sweep a doubleheader from #22 Incarnate Word Saturday afternoon at Lucian-Hamilton Field. St. Edward’s won the first game, 4-3, and rallied to take game two, 9-6.

With the two victories today, St. Edward’s is now tied with Incarnate Word for third place just a half game out of first place.
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St Edward gain split with #22 Incarnate Word

Dylan Schuch
Dylan Schuch

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AUSTIN, Texas – The St. Edward’s baseball team gained a split over #22 Incarnate Word Friday afternoon at Lucian-Hamilton Field. The Hilltoppers got a walk-off RBI-triple from sophomore Dylan Schuch in game one to win, 4-3. In the second game, senior Brett Friemel pitched a brilliant game was the hard-luck loser, as St. Edward’s fell, 4-3.
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St Edwards Hilltoppers win Heartland Conference Championship; take two from Incarnate Word

Brian Thomas

FROM CBB NEWS SOURCES

AUSTIN, Texas - The St. Edward’s baseball team won its second consecutive Heartland Conference championship by taking a pair of games from Incarnate Word on Saturday afternoon. The Hilltoppers won the first game, 15-3, and defeated the Cardinals in the second contest, 14-10.

In game one, St. Edward’s (40-16, 38-11 HC) came out swinging against Incarnate Word (39-17, 35-14 HC). Left fielder Bradley Goldsmith led off the game with a solo home run to right field. Three batters later, designated hitter Robert Hays launched a two-run home run to left field.

The Hilltoppers struck again in the second inning. Goldsmith smashed his second home run of the day over the left field wall. This home run was of the two-run variety.

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St Edward Hilltoppers split doubleheader with Incarnate Word

Drew Cross

FROM CBB NEWS SOURCES

AUSTIN, Texas - St. Edward’s split a doubleheader against Incarnate Word Friday afternoon in San Antonio, Texas. The Hilltoppers took the first game, 10-3, and dropped game two, 9-8.

In game one, St. Edward’s (38-16, 36-11 HC) jumped all over Incarnate Word (39-15, 35-12 HC). The Hilltoppers rode a 15-hit attack to a, 10-3, victory. Josh Dale (8-1) picked up the victory. Dale, along with Chris Sharp, and David Wagner, held the Cardinals high powered offense to only five hits.

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St Edwards Hilltoppers split Double Header with Incarnate Word

Robert Hays

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AUSTIN, Texas - St. Edward’s split a doubleheader against Incarnate Word Friday afternoon at Lucian-Hamilton Field. The Hilltoppers took the first game, 7-5, and dropped game two, 10-7.

In game one, St. Edward’s (21-7, 19-4 HC) and Incarnate Word (19-9, 16-8 HC) both got on the board on the board in the first inning. The Cardinals scored two runs in the first inning on RBI hits by first baseman Dustin Walls and catcher Chris Solis. The Hilltoppers came right back with a four spot of their own in the bottom of the inning. Third baseman Brian Thomas started the scoring with an RBI single to right center. Center fielder Chris Dinges followed this up with an RBI triple. The biggest blow in the inning came when first baseman Dexter Moreno crushed a two-run home run to center field.
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