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The Central Connecticut Blue Devils” baseball scores show the team’s league games. These fixtures also include all the wins and losses for the team so you can follow their progress. In addition, you can see the last 100 Baseball matches played by the Blue Devils.
During the first inning, the Bulldogs scored seven runs. In the second inning, the team scored 11 runs. They had 20 hits on the way to improving their overall record.
The second inning was led by Jake Dressel, who had 2 RBI. He also hit a double. Aaron Ford, who had 3 RBI, and Gaige Armbrewster, who stole home, both had two hits.
The Ole Miss Eagles may have put an end to the Golden Eagles, but they were not the only winners at the Oxford Regional. West Deptford snagged the top spot with an impressive 5-0 victory. In the process, they moved to 5-4 on the year and will play three of their final four games at home. They host Collingswood today at 3:45 p.m., then head to Sharon for a non-conference matchup Friday afternoon before wrapping up the season with a road trip to Meadville and Hickory, N.C., in late July.
Using a combination of junior pitchers Tony Urban and Matt Bryson, the Eagles will look to close the season with a flourish. After a humbling defeat at the hands of an undersized Southern Miss squad, the Eagles will try to make up for lost time with a spirited showing against the defending state champions in the best-of-four series.
The Avoca Cadets baseball scores are not yet over. They have won all six games and face No. 5 Victor in their semifinal round Friday. After losing their first game, the Silverhawks have won their last six.
Cooper Hassall was the winning pitcher. He pitched five innings and allowed a pair of runs. Matt Jackson was the loser. He allowed a pair of hits and a walk. Ben Sick was the lone hitter. Ethan Brotz had two RBI.
Brady Bouchard delivered a hit in the seventh inning, leading to the winning run. He had three hits in the game. Tyler Morse was the only other hitter to hit more than one.
Despite an uncharacteristic four errors in the first four innings, the Saints could hold the Mountaineers scoreless until the fifth inning. Then, in the bottom of the fifth, Butler hit a solo home run to cut the lead to two. However, a wild pitch in the seventh gave the Saints their first run.
The game ended in a tie. Both teams had one run in the fifth and the sixth. Vassar scored its first in the next half inning, and then St. Lawrence retaliated with their third run of the game.
The Saints had a strong performance from starting pitcher Andrew Matthews. He threw three scoreless innings. Liam Reiner came in for the final three innings.
Texas Tech Red Raiders baseball team plays in the Big 12 Conference. They also play in the NCAA Tournament, and their most recent game was played at Dan Law Field in Lubbock. In their recent win over the College of Charleston, they have not been beaten at home this season. Their next series starts Friday night with Kansas State.
The Red Raiders won the Big 12 Baseball regular season title in 2016 and 2017. They have also won the Big 12 Tournament twice in the last three years. If they can win two of their three games against Kansas State, they will be headed to Omaha for the Big 12 Championship.
It’s been a long since the Titans played a game at home. The last time they took the field was on May 29. Since then, they have compiled a 7-1 record. They are 2.5 games behind the league leaders, the Quebec Capitales. As a result, the Titans are playing their best baseball of the season. This will no doubt help the team’s chances of a playoff spot.
While the Titans aren’t the most glamorous team in the league, they have shown they can put up a decent show. Considering they are only 2.5 games out of first place in the Frontier League East, their success is all the more impressive.