Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Tuesday Results

I really don't want BTH to become nothing more than a glorified scoreboard, but I have the time to review some of yesterday's action, so I will.

I'm not sure if Ohio State's Dan DeLucia is totally recovered, but his career high 10 K's Tuesday does seem to point in that direction. DeLucia (1-0) helped the Buckeyes past Bradley, 10-3. The senior lefthander gave up five hits, a walk and three earned runs in addition to the 10 strikeouts in six innings of work. J.B. Shuck had three hits, two runs scored and two RBI to pace the OSU attack. Cory Rupert had three hits and three RBI, Justin Miller had two hits, two runs scored and two RBI.

Stetson downed Iowa, 9-6. Hawkeye CF Caleb Curry had two hits, two RBI, a run scored and a stolen base. 3B Kevin Hoef also had a pair of hits and scored a run.

Illinois beat Maryland-Baltimore County, 5-0. Aaron Martin tosses a complete game shuotut giving up eight hits and a walk. Martin fanned five. Daniel Webb was the offensive star collecting three hits, including his second homerun of the campaign, and driving in four runs. Kyle Hudson and Chris Montgomery both had a pair of hits for Illinois.

Matt Nohelty had four hits and Kyle Knudson drove in five runs as Minnesota beat up North Dakota State, 17-8. Nohelty scored three times, stole three bases and had two RBI. Knudson had two hits and scored twice. 3B Nate Hanson had three hits and scored three times. Jon Hummel, Derek McCallum and Jeremy Chlan all had two RBI.