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Offline badgerwarhawk

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Re: BB: WIAC: Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
« Reply #5850 on: February 26, 2020, 06:47:51 pm »
The WARHAWKS opened the season with a quick trip to Louisville picking up a pair of wins (vs. Spaulding 11-0, Anderson 8-7) before dropping the final game (vs. Spaulding 6-8).  The team was suppose to play Heidelbery, Baldwin Wallace and Anderson in Indiana on the trip home however weather forced cancellation of all three games.

Noah Jensen hit .400 with 3 extra base hits including a home run and 7 RBI.   Alex Doud also drove in 7 runs and hit .364.  Nick Santoro and Ryan Norton each had 3 RBI.

Matt O'Sullivan picked up win #1 throwing 4 shut out innins allowing 3 hits and striking out 4 against Spaulding.   Evan Sigmund struck out a pair in 1.1 innings of relief for the win against Anderson.  Trey Bretl took the loss in the second Spaulding game in relief of Connor Morodor.

The team is off until 3/19. 
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Re: BB: WIAC: Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
« Reply #5851 on: March 01, 2020, 09:00:14 pm »
UWSP off to a wonderful start I see! I know itís been stated already but my God did anyone ever think this would be possible for the Pointers to have a program this bad? I looked over the roster and sure there are a couple good kids but the great pointer teams had 2-3 outstanding kids along with at least 3 absolute stud pitchers. They donít have anyone even close to a number 1 on this staff itís getting to point where Iím sorry but they may need to start over. Being a great baseball player and from a great baseball family doesnít automatically make you a great recruiter unfortunately. By no means can that all be blamed on the head coach but the talent level between now and 5 years ago is off the charts.