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Saturday, 06 April 2013 21:15

Culver Sweeps Baker in Pitcher's Dual

Ryan Terstriep had two hits in game one for Baker Ryan Terstriep had two hits in game one for Baker

BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – The Baker University baseball team fell twice to Culver-Stockton College on Saturday, 3-2 in game one and 1-0 in game two to fall to 2-24 overall and 1-11 in the Heart of America Athletic Conference.

The CSC Wildcats improved to 15-17 overall and 6-8 in the HAAC. Baker will next take on University of St. Mary on Sunday, Apr. 7 at 2 p.m. for one nine-inning game.

Make sure to come to Sauder Field a little early on Sunday and watch Jeremy Isenhower, a world-renowned power-hitting exhibitionist who will put on a hitting display at Sauder Field for all to enjoy. He will begin his show at approximately 1:20.

Isenhower was a teammate and roommate of Philadelphia Phillies All-Star Ryan Howard at Missouri State University and was a two-time All-American and Conference Player of the Year.

He was drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies and has been a member of the Team USA men's softball team since 2010. He is also part of the Long Haul Bomber Stadium Tour since 2009.

Isenhower also released his own Jeremy Isenhower Freak Signature Series Bat, that is sold in the U.S., Canada and Europe. He will begin the hitting display at approximately 1:20 at Baker's Sauder Field.

In game one on Saturday, Thomas Hawkins got the start and threw all seven innings. He rolled along nicely early in the game, shutting out the Wildcats in the first, second and third inning. But CSC got on the board in the top of the fourth with all three runs coming unearned.

With the bases loaded, Edikson Zaro came up to bat and rolled a ground ball to Bryan Kindle, but Kindle's throw home went off the back of Brock Kartheiser and went behind the plate, then Ryan Terstriep's throw home to Hawkins sailed high and CSC scored all three of its runs on that one play.

Offensively, the Wildcats had nine hits, with Neal Boyce, Bryan Kindle and Terstriep all providing two hits each.

In game two, Cyrus Wimberly was the star of the show, throwing a nine-inning complete game shut out and allowed just four hits. He also struck out nine Wildcats.

Ryan Lasneske threw a gem as well for Baker, going seven innings strong with one earned run and four strikeouts.

Josh Vossen came in relief in the eighth inning and kept the Wildcats at bay not allowing a run and Kyle Patrick threw the ninth inning and didn't allow a run despite walking two.



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