The Roanoke College baseball team staved off elimination with a 10-3 victory over Concordia-Chicago at the NCAA Division III College World Series on Sunday morning.The Maroons put the game away with a six-run third inning and pushed across three more insurance runs in the sixth.Forest Wagner earned the victory for the Maroons. Both Will Decker and Dean Hermanson contributed three RBIs, with Decker hitting a home run. Scott Ellis added three hits for the Maroons (36-18).
APPLETON, Wis. — You can find out a lot about the character of a team simply by how they react in a desperate situation.Circumstances were pretty desperate — and simple — for the Roanoke College baseball team on Sunday at the NCAA Division III College World Series: win or go home.The Maroons used a six-run third inning to stoke themselves to a 10-3 victory in an elimination game against Concordia-Chicago, but then ran into the same buzz-saw that put them in the loser’s bracket to begin with,...
APPLETON, Wis. — Once again, the Roanoke College baseball team participated in a high scoring affair at the NCAA Division III World Series.But on Saturday, unlike the day before, the Maroons weren’t the ones doing the scoring.Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) scored three times in the fourth inning and twice in the fifth on its way to an 11-1 victory in a winners' bracket game at Fox Cities Stadium.From this point on in its half of the bracket, Roanoake (34-18) is facing a one-and-done situation....
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