Penn State opened their 2007 season with a 5-0 loss to Kansas State. Wildcat 2B Brett Scott had a pair of hits, two stolen bases, scored once and drove in another run. Sophomore sensation CF Byron Wiley had two hits, a RBI, a run scored and stole a base, as well. KSU's Brad Hutt went 6.2 IP to earn the win. He fanned five and walked two. Jason Linn worked the last 2.1 innings to earn his first save.
Craig Clark started for PSU. Clark fanned seven in five innings, but also walked six. He took the loss. Six Nittany Lions each collected a hit.
Penn State continues their opening weekend tomorrow with a doubleheader. K-State and Centenary will be the opposition.