After nearly pulling off a four-run comeback in Game 1 of a doubleheader against Mt. Juliet earlier in the day, the Smyrna baseball team rallied from five runs down in the night cap, beating Central Magnet 10-9 in walk-off fashion.“I’m really happy they didn’t quit,” Smyrna coach David Looper said. “They could have put their heads down and said they weren’t going to win, but they didn’t. They kept thinking that we were going to win and they kept after it. Both games, we were fighting hard.
With the bases loaded and just one out, Zac Pearson stepped to the plate in the bottom of the seventh inning with a chance to be the hero.The first baseman, an MTSU baseball pitcher signee, choked up on his bat, dug into the batter’s box and launched a sac fly to center field.It was caught for an out, but easily scored Zach Bondurant from third, giving Siegel a 4-3 walk-off win over Blackman and the series win.
After 16 seasons as the head coach of the Blue Raider basketball team, Kermit Davis accepted the job as the coach of the Ole Miss Rebels basketball team on Wednesday. Davis will continue to coach MTSU during its run in the NIT. "We take great pride in the hard work and enormous contributions by Coach Davis toward the progress and success of our university," MTSU President Sidney McPhee said in a press release. "He has led student athletes to victory on the court and in the classroom.
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