College Baseball

College roundup: QU baseball takes doubleheader from Mississippi College

Posted: Feb. 23, 2020 12:50 am

CLINTON, Miss. -- Nolan Wosman hit a grand slam and Lance Logsdon had six hits to lead the Quincy University baseball team to a 9-5, 7-3 sweep of Mississippi College Saturday.

Wosman's grand slam capped off the six-run 11th inning for the Hawks in Game 1. QU tied the score 3 when Zach Parks drew a bases-loaded walk in the top of the eighth inning.

The Hawks (4-1) scored their first two runs in the 11th with RBI singles from Justin Eads and Tyler Carpenter.

Logsdon had three hits, including a double to lead QU. Dalton Overstreet pitched the final 1 2/3 innings and struck out two to earn the victory.

The Hawks blew Game 2 open with a six-run fifth inning. Logsdon hit a double and advanced to third on an error, giving Wosman and Lane Baremore time to score. Logsdon scored on Eads' single and Gino D'Alessio followed with a double to score Logsdon and scored on a wild pitch.

Logsdon finished with three hits and two doubles. Jay Hammel struck out eight batters and scored four hits over the first five innings to earn the victory.

JOPLIN, Mo.

C-SC baseball team splits games

The Culver-Stockton banged out 29 hits in two games Saturday. The Wildcats beat Morningside 15-6 before falling to Columbia College 8-6 in eight innings.

Caleb Antonacci and Casey Downs combined to go 6 for 6 and drive in seven runs against Morninside, while C-SC had 15 hits. Antonacci and Downs both hit home runs and Downs drove in four runs.

Gavin Lovesky went 3 for 4 and drove in three runs against Columbia. Alejandro Cardinale also had three hits, while Max Stuart had two hits for C-SC (2-5).

OWENSBORO, Ky.

Hawks softball swept on the road

The Quincy University softball team had only five hits while they were swept by Kentucky Wesleyan 2-0, 6-0 in a non-conference doubleheader Saturday.

QU (1-5) had only one hit in the opener -- a single by Ashley Gerber. Mac Kenzie Collier pitched all six innings, struck out four batters and allowing three hits.

The Panthers scored all six runs in Game 2 during the sixth inning. Chelsea Hooker led the Hawks with two hits, both singles.

MARYVILLE, Mo.

Two C-SC athletes earn victories

Stephen Benson and Alan Leyva won their events and helped the Culver-Stockton College men's track team earn seventh place of 12 teams during the Heart of America Athletic Conference Indoor Championships at Northwest Missouri State.

Benson won the 60-meter dash in 6.82 seconds, while Leyva won the 200 in 22.01. C-SC's Tyrin Holder placed second in the 200 in 22.05 and third in the 400 in 49.44.

The C-SC women's team was led by Payton Flowers, who placed fourth in the pole vault with a height of 8 feet, 9 inches and Alyssa Baltimore, who was sixth in the high jump at 5-1.

LEBANON, Ill.

QU volleyball falls to McKendree in four sets

After winning the first set, the Quincy University men's volleyball team lost to McKendree 21-25, 25-21, 25-23, 25-21 in a Midwest Intercollegiate Volleyball Association match Saturday night.

The Hawks hit .233 and had only six errors in the opener.

Omari Wheeler led QU (4-11, 1-3) with 25 kills. Noam Hannoun had 15 digs and Yoran Raymaekers handed out 45 assists. ?

QUINCY, Ill.

QU tennis teams drop matches to Lindenwood

The Quincy Unversity men's and women's tennis teams were swept by Lindenwood Saturday at the Quincy Racquet Club with the men losing 5-2 and the women falling 7-0.

Both of QU's victories came during singles. Samuele Contestabile won at No. 3, while Dane Mechali won at No. 4.