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‘Cats Drop Sunday Doubleheader – Northwestern University Athletics

IOWA Town, Iowa — Northwestern baseball arrived up quick in a doubleheader on Sunday, dropping a restricted matchup to Maryland in the early afternoon right before slipping to Iowa in the evening.

The Wildcat bats have been scorching in the first recreation, outhitting the Terrapins twelve-nine behind three-hit performances from Shawn Goosenberg and Leo Kaplan. Kaplan extended his hitting streak to a occupation-higher eight games and his three hits tied a occupation-higher. Goosenberg completed the day with five hits and two operates. 

The ‘Cats got on the board first in opposition to Maryland on an error, bringing Goosenberg dwelling. Northwestern scored all over again in the next inning. Following Ethan O’Donnell led off the inning with a wander, he stole next and scored on a RBI single from Kaplan. 

The ‘Cats struck all over again in the fourth when O’Donnell led off the inning with a homer to left discipline. Kaplan singled the next at-bat, and two batters later on, Goosenberg introduced him in with a double. The following inning, Northwestern got singles from Michael Trautwein and David Dunn to start the inning. They both equally arrived about to rating on a two-RBI single from O’Donnell. The ‘Cats tacked on yet another run in the top rated of the ninth inning on a RBI single from Vincent Bianchina

Garrett Boeckle and Parker Hanks both equally recorded shutout innings out of the bullpen. 

The ‘Cats struck first in the next recreation as nicely. Anthony Calarco led off the recreation with a wander. Following advancing to third on a Goosenberg single and Hrustich groundout, Calarco scored on a sacrifice fly by Trautwein. Northwestern would go on to tack on operates in the sixth, seventh, and eighth innings. O’Donnell hit his next homer of the day, even though Trautwein drove in the other two operates to complete with three RBI for the recreation. 

The ‘Cats will complete off the weekend in Iowa Town in opposition to Iowa tomorrow at three:05 p.m. CT.