Bryan Baseball Wins 8-2 At Montreat

Friday, April 11, 2014

The Bryan College baseball traveled to Montreat College today.  The Lions scored three runs in the second inning to take the early lead.  Both teams crossed the plate once in the fifth inning.  The Cavaliers scored their only other run in the sixth inning.  Bryan added one run in the seventh inning and three in the ninth to win 8-2.  The baseball team is now 25-18 overall and 11-8 in the AAC.

Kevin Roberts led the offense with three runners batted in, three hits, and two runs scored.  Grant Zawadzki recorded two RBIs, two hits, and one run scored.  Tyler Latham finished with one RBI and two hits.  Joey Underwood and Crandon Wallace logged one RBI apiece.  Underwood also scored one run.  Preston King, Kelvin McMiller, and Cody Rhinehart tallied one hit and one run scored each.  Justin Morhardt added one hit.  John Cain scored one run.

LJ Rowden started on the mound and earned the win.  He gave up two runs, one earned, and six hits in seven and two-thirds innings of work. Rowden struck out five batters.  John Cain finished the eighth inning, striking out the one batter that he faced.  Jared Breazeale pitched the ninth inning.  He gave up just two hits and struck out one.

The Lions play again tomorrow at Montreat College.  The doubleheader is scheduled to start at 1:00pm ET.


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