Bryan Baseball Drops 13-4 Decision To Lindsey Wilson

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

The Bryan College baseball team hosted Lindsey Wilson College Tuesday.  Both teams scored a run in the second inning.  The Blue Raiders scored two runs in the third inning, three in the fifth, and six in the sixth inning.

  The Lions crossed the plate twice in the sixth and once in the seventh.  Lindsey Wilson added one more run in the ninth inning to get the 13-4 final score.  The baseball team is now 7-9 on the season.

Hunter Tipton led the offense with two runs batted in and one hit.  Cody Rhinehart had the teams' other RBI.  Grant Zawdzki finished with two hits and two runs scored.  Kevin Roberts tallied two hits and one run scored.  Crandon Wallace recorded one hit and one run scored.  Justin Morhardt and Hunter Tipton had one hit apiece.

Chad Burrows started on the mound for the Lions and received the loss.  He gave up six runs and eight hits in four and one-third innings of work.  Brannon Shortt finished the fifth inning and started the sixth inning.  He gave up two runs and three hits.  Isaac Meyers enter the game in the sixth inning with runners on the corners and no outs.  He gave up four runs and three hits in one inning of work.  Ian Andrews threw the final three innings.  He gave up one run and two hits while striking out three batters.

The Lions play again on Friday at home in their conference opener against Truett-McConnell College.  The single nine-inning game is scheduled to start at 6:00pm ET.


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