Red Hawks swept on the road by Concordia
Simpson University Sports News
PORTLAND, Ore. - The Red Hawks' men's baseball team finished their four-game series with a doubleheader against the Cavaliers from Concordia University on Sunday, March 24. The Cavaliers completed a four-game sweep of the Red Hawks winning game one 5-2 and game two 2-0.
In game one, the Red Hawks sent Cameron Imhoff to the mound to take on Harrison McGhee for the Cavaliers. Both pitchers had strong starts and neither team could get on the board in the first three innings. The Red Hawks finally scored in the top of the fourth inning, when a Harold Adams’ two-RBI single drove home Jonathan Ruiz and Robert Nadalsky. The Cavaliers answered right back with two runs in the bottom of the fourth to tie it up at 2-2. The Cavaliers would deliver the knockout blow in the seventh inning, when they scored three times to make it 5-2. The Red Hawks could not come up with a response and fell 5-2. Imhoff allowed five runs on 12 hits in eight innings of work and was is saddled with the loss. Austin Hadley earned the win in relief for the Cavaliers, pitching five-and-two-third innings and allowing no runs on just three hits.
In game two, the Red Hawks sent Tyler Provost to the mound against the Cavalier starter Jason Snodgrass. The Cavaliers score in the third and eighth innings to get the 2-0 victory. Provost got the loss, allowing two runs on eight hits in eight innings of work. Ryan Garrett earned the win in relief, going five innings and allowing no runs on seven hits.
Written by Dan Anderson
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