Baseball: March 8 Scoreboard

first_imgSouthland teams picked up eight wins Saturday in baseball action, highlighted by Lamar’s doubleheader sweep of Harvard and Sam Houston State improving to 12-3 with a win over Cal State Northridge. McNeese State defeated Northwestern State in a non-conference affair. The Demons rebounded later in the afternoon with a win against Chicago State. Other league wins include Nicholls’ win against BYU, Southeastern Louisiana’s defeat of Sacred Heart and UIW’s win against Hofstra.Lamar 4, Harvard 3Lamar 3, Harvard 2 (10 innings)BEAUMONT, Texas – For the second time this season, Jacoby Middleton was the subject of celebration at Vincent-Beck Stadium as the junior transfer belted a single up the middle to seal a 10th inning walk-off victory over Harvard on Saturday evening.  |  Read MoreMcNeese State 10, Northwestern State 5NATCHITOCHES, La. – The McNeese State baseball scored seven runs in the top of the fourth inning and never looked back as the Cowboys defeated Northwestern State, 10-5, Saturday in their first game of the Northwestern State Tournament.  |  McNeese Recap  |  Northwestern RecapSam Houston State 2, Cal State Northridge 1HUNTSVILLE, Texas – A two-run home run in the first inning by senior catcher Anthony Azar was all the Bearkats needed to beat Cal State Northridge 2-1 and claim the series with Sunday’s 1:00 p.m. contest still left to play.  |  Read MoreNicholls 6, BYU 1THIBODAUX, La. – After surrendering a run in the first, sophomore left-hander Grant Borne gave the Nicholls State University baseball team its second straight quality start on the mound with a career-high 11 strikeouts and the Colonel offense plated three runs in the sixth and eighth innings as Nicholls took the series finale against BYU, 6-1, Saturday night at Ray E. Didier Field, earning a split in the four-game series against the Cougars.  |  Read MoreNorthwestern State 7, Chicago State 2NATCHITOCHES, La. – Adam Oller willed the Northwestern State baseball team Saturday night to a 7-2 win over Chicago State with seven strong innings on the mound in the second game of a doubleheader after a 10-5 loss to McNeese in the early contest.  |  Read MoreSoutheastern Louisiana 6, Sacred Heart 2HAMMOND, La. – Sophomore right-hander Tate Scioneaux dominated Sacred Heart hitters Saturday as Southeastern Louisiana cruised to a 6-2 win over the Pioneers at Pat Kenelly Diamond at Alumni Field.  |  Read MoreUIW 8, Hofstra 3SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Despite playing through a light rain for most of the game, the University of the Incarnate Word baseball team took the series finale against Hofstra on Saturday at Sullivan Field, 8-3.  |  Read MoreMemphis 2, Central Arkansas 1 (14 innings)MEMPHIS, Tenn. –Round Two went to the Memphis Tigers on Saturday as they ended a 14-inning marathon with an RBI single by Jake Little to take a 2-1 victory over the University of Central Arkansas Bears in non-conference baseball action at FedEx Park.  |  Read MoreUtah 9, Abilene Christian 8ARLINGTON, Texas – Utah scored a run in the bottom of the seventh and then pitched out of a bases-loaded jam Saturday afternoon as the Utes beat Abilene Christian, 9-8, in the Texas-Arlington/Hilton Invitational at Clay Gould Field.  |  Read MoreTroy 3, New Orleans 1TROY, Ala. – The New Orleans Privateers baseball team (4-8) struggled at the plate, and could not complete a ninth inning rally in a 3-1 loss to the Troy Trojans (8-7) at Riddle-Pace Field on Saturday afternoon.  |  Read MoreDallas Baptist 10, Oral Roberts 5DALLAS, Texas – Opponents continue to strike with big innings as the Oral Roberts University baseball team dropped its weekend series against Dallas Baptist with a 10-5 loss on Saturday in Dallas.  |  Read MoreValparaiso 4, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 0Valparaiso 5, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 1CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – The Texas A&M–Corpus Christi baseball team had its struggles offensively, while the Valparaiso pitching staff had a strong day to pick up a doubleheader sweep of the Islanders on Saturday at Chapman Field.  |  Read Morelast_img

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