Northwestern Drops Game Two to Omaha

GLENDALE, Ariz. – Northwestern fell to Nebraska-Omaha 9-two in sport two of the weekend sequence at Camelback Ranch.

The Wildcats got a reliable performance from Junior RHP Quinn Lavelle in his 1st start out of the time.  He held the Mavericks scoreless for the 1st four innings although enabling only 3 hits and no walks.  

Meanwhile, it was a sequence of missed chances for the ‘Cats’ offense, as they unsuccessful to capitalize on a shaky start out from Omaha starter Spencer Koelewyn.  Northwestern stranded a full of 7 runners above the 1st 3 innings ahead of a Michael Trautwein double to left scored Shawn Goosenberg from 1st to place the ‘Cats up one- in the fourth.

The Mavericks rapidly struck back in the major of the next inning, having gain of four Northwestern errors to rating 6 runs on 3 hits.  Lavelle was at last in a position to shut out the inning, securing his last pitching line at 5 innings with two earned runs.

Northwestern’s relievers took above from there, shutting down the Mavericks for the sixth and seventh innings.  1st-years Jack Sauser and Coby Moe threw a scoreless inning a piece in their respective collegiate debuts. The suitable-handers permitted only one strike each although putting absent a mixed 6 batters via strikeout.

The Mavericks additional one more 3 runs in the eighth, extending their guide to 9-one.  Northwestern tried using to mount a comeback in the bottom half of the inning right after a wander and two strike batters loaded the bases, but they fell shorter right after scoring only one run.

The Wildcats seem to bounce back in tomorrow’s sequence finale at Camelback Ranch.  1st pitch is scheduled for one p.m. CT, with Tyler Uberstine established to make his 1st vocation start out for the Wildcats.

OF Notice:

  • Seven unique batters logged hits for the Wildcats, like senior Charlie Maxwell, who went two-for-4.
  • 1st-year Stephen Hrustich strike his 1st vocation double to guide off the third.
  • The Wildcat pitchers mixed for only one wander in nine innings of work.
  • 1st-year Reed Smith made his Northwestern debut, putting out two and enabling two earned runs in one inning of work.

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