REGGIE TALES A Great Cause This Saturday
The good people at the Cope Well Foundation and the University of North Dakota Baseball program are teaming up this Saturday in Grand Forks to honor and support those whose lives have been affected by... Posted on 5/2/12 at 11:54 AM
Jeff Campbell got out of two late-inning jams and went 2-for-3 at the plate with a pair of runs to lead No. 5-seed UND past fourth-seeded Utah Valley 8-7 in the opening round of the Great West Conference tournament Tuesday morning at Riverfornt Stadium.
A day after the UND baseball team beat New Jersey Tech by 20 runs, the Highlanders forced a pair of games Saturday that went down to the wire.
The result was a split in the Great West Conference doubleheader at Kraft Field.
If there’s anything to learn from the last few days of UND baseball at Kraft Field, it’s don’t leave early. North Dakota’s latest ninth-inning drama was unique. When the bizarre finish unfolded, North Dakota pulled out a 4-3 non-conference victory over South Dakota State on Tuesday.
MINNEAPOLIS — UND received a strong pitching performance from Tyler Ruemmele in the opener and capitalized on a five-run eighth inning in the nightcap to sweep North Dakota State on Saturday at the Metrodome.
UND won 8-2 and 7-4 to improve to 9-9-1 on the season. NDSU dropped to 12-11.
Houston Baptist chased UND starting pitcher Ben Clark after just a third of an inning, racking up six runs on the lefty en route to a 13-8 victory in a loser-out game at the Great West Conference tournament.
UND freshman pitcher Andrew Thome delivered another big-game performance for the Sioux on Tuesday. Thome threw a two-hit shutout, leading UND past New Jersey Institute of Technology 1-0 in the opening game of the Great West Conference baseball tournament.
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