Monday, February 25, 2008

Sunday Recap

Illinois 1 Lamar 0 (box)
Aaron Martin and Ben Reeser combine to pitch the shutout. Martin worked five innings, Reeser four. Martin gave up five hits, Reeser one. Neither yielded a free pass. Brandon Wikoff had two hits and a RBI.

Indiana 7 LSU 6 (box)
The Hoosiers score in the top of the ninth to earn victory number one. Evan Crawford had three hits, two runs scored and a stolen base for IU. Chris Hervey and Jerrud Sabourin each drove in a pair of runs. Kyle Leiendecker got the win pitching three innings of two-hit baseball. The freshman righthander also struck out three Tigers. Doug Fleenor did factor in the decision, but came in early and posted 5.1 innings of seven-hit, two-run relief.

Liberty 3 Iowa 1 (box)
Caleb Curry and Kevin Hoef each had two hits. Curry drove in the lone Hawkeye run.

Michigan 18 Villanova 9 (box)
All-America candidate Zach Putnam and Adam Abraham each had four RBI. Derek VanBuskirk had three RBI. Jason Christian and Leif Mahler both had four runs scored. Jeff DeCarlo worked four innings of relief and posted the win.

Michigan State 11 Connecticut 1 (box)
Kyle Day is the offensive star here with three hits including a grand slam. Day scored three runs and drove four. Steve Gerstenberger had three hits, two RBI and scored once. Freshman SS Jonathon Roof had two hits, two runs scored and three RBI. Chris Cullen went five innings giving up three hits, two walks and one run.

Mississippi 15 Minnesota 4 (box)
Joe Maciej homered and drove in three runs for the Gophers. Ole Miss 1B Cody Overbeck went yard for the third time. Sean Stuyverson had three hits for the Rebels including his first homer.

Cal State Northridge 17 Northwestern 9 (box)
Mike Kalina and Nate Roberts each had three RBI for the Wildcats. Roberts also went yard. Chad Noble also homered for NU.

Ohio State 6 Seton Hall 5 (box)
Justin Miller doubled home the winning run in the eighth. Miller was named the Service Academies Spring Classic MVP. Miller played three different positions, had six hits and four RBI over the weekend. Drew Rucinski got the win, Rory Meister posted the save.

High Point 7 Penn State 4 (box)
Landon Nakata had two hits, two RBI and one run scored to lead PSU. Joe Blackburn also had a pair of hits.

Baylor 2 Purdue 1 (box)
Brandon Haveman and Eric Nielsen each had two hits for Purdue. Haveman drove in the only Boilermakers' tally. Allen Donato pitched seven good innings, but took the loss.