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.
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).
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.
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.
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. ?
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.