2016 Baseball
Record: 19-33 Home: 9-9 Away: 9-20 Neutral: 1-4 MSC: 6-15
 
 
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Fri, Apr. 29, 2016 at 8:10 AM - [Baseball]
Freeman, Wilson, Moore each garner postseason awards
 
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Sun, Apr. 24, 2016 - [Baseball]
Seven run eighth inning costs Bears chance at series victory
 
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Sat, Apr. 23, 2016 - [Baseball]
Moore pitches complete-game shutout to lead SSU to game one victory
 
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Tue, Apr. 19, 2016 - [Baseball]
Lendenski, Kindred each collect three hits in mid-week victory
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Baseball - Tue, Apr. 19, 2016

COLUMBIA, Ky. (Baseball) – The Shawnee State baseball team committed six errors – leading to six unearned runs – in game one, and were unable to overcome a three run first inning in game two, as the Bears dropped a pair of Mid-South Conference contests to Lindsey Wilson on Saturday afternoon at Egnew Park.

With the victories, Lindsey Wilson (32-17, 12-6 Mid-South) completed the three-game series sweep of SSU (17-30, 5-13). The Bears will return to action on Tuesday with a non-conference single game on the road at Bluefield College. First pitch of the nine inning bout is set for 3 p.m.

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Baseball - Sat, Apr. 16, 2016

COLUMBIA, Ky. (Baseball) – The Shawnee State baseball team got three hits from Mitchell Lendenski (SR/Loveland, Ohio) and RBIs from Conner Wilson (SR/San Diego, Calif.), Nick Rose (FR/Olentangy, Ohio) and Andrew Vanthournout (SO/Bowling Green, Ky.), but could not erase a three-run deficit in the ninth, falling to Lindsey Wilson in the opening bout of a three game set on Friday night at Egnew Park.

The Bears (17-27, 5-11 Mid-South) found themselves in a three-run hole following a two-run bottom of the eighth – as Brandon Munoz dropped a two-out, two-RBI single to shallow left – but rallied to give themselves a chance in the ninth.

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Baseball - Tue, Apr. 12, 2016

MOUNT VERNON, Ohio (Baseball) – The Shawnee State baseball team surrendered a game-deciding run in the final at-bat, losing 2-1 in the opening game of a doubleheader series with Mount Vernon Nazarene. Game two was higher scoring, as both teams traded runs throughout the game, but Mount Vernon Nazarene came out on top by a final score of 5-4 on Tuesday evening at Cougar Field.

In game one Shawnee State was provided with a strong outing from Tyler Arthur (SO/Morehead, Ky.) who went five innings strong. Arthur finished without giving up a run and allowed only three hits along with a strikeout. In game two Andrew Vanthournout (SO/Bowling Green, Ky.) had 2 RBIs, while JT Boggs (SO/South Shore, Ky.) also added an RBI. 

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Baseball - Mon, Apr. 11, 2016

CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. (Baseball) – Shawnee State was unable to dig itself out of an early hole in game one, and surrendered a final at-bat, walk-off single in game two, falling, 6-4 and 2-1, respectively, as Campbellsville University completed the three-game sweep of the Bears in Mid-South Conference action on Sunday at HIG Field.

Conner Wilson (SR/San Diego, Calif.) continued his hot hitting for the Bears, going 4-for-7 on the day with a pair of RBIs and a run scored, and SSU got a solid outing from starter Brady Knittel (SO/West Portsmouth, Ohio) in the final game of the series, going 7.1 frames, surrendering just one earned run on three hits while striking out four.

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Baseball - Mon, Apr. 11, 2016

CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. (Baseball) – Shawnee State surrendered 16 hits, allowing a four-run fourth inning and three more in the fifth, as the Bears fell to Campbellsville, 10-0, in seven innings on Saturday afternoon at HIG Field to drop the opening game of a three-game Mid-South Conference set over the weekend.

The Bears were limited to just six hits in the game, as Zachariah Freeman (JR/Richmond, Texas), Conner Wilson (SR/San Diego, Calif.) and Matt Dvorscak (SO/Whiting, Ind.) each collected a pair of knocks.