Chattanooga State Takes Doubleheader Baseball Win Over Cleveland State

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Chattanooga State took a doubleheader baseball win over Cleveland State on Saturday.

Cleveland State committed two errors in the first two innings of game one allowing five unearned runs and could not mount a comeback, losing 11-1.

In game two the Cougars and Tigers traded leads six times.  Cleveland State tied it up in their half of the final inning on a sacrifice fly from first baseman Caleb Longley that drove in centerfielder Wright Hackett.

Tigers third baseman JoJo Underwood stepped to the plate hitting a walk off home run to end the game.

Chattanooga State hosts the Cougars in the final game of the three game set Sunday with the first pitch scheduled for 2 p.m.


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