Blue Raiders Take Two from Eagles
COLUMBIA, Ky. – Asbury collected only nine hits as Lindsey Wilson swept the Eagles in a doubleheader on Tuesday evening, 7-0 and 14-2. The Eagles were shutout for the fifth time this season in game one and have failed to collect more than five hits in 16 of their 31 games.
Lindsey Wilson improved to 21-10 with the sweep while the Eagles fell to 4-27. Matt Cox had three hits and score a run in the two games. Cox had two hits in game one including a first-inning double.
Josh Cummins got the start on the mound for the first time in two weeks and his first appearance on the mound in a week. Cummins falls to 0-5 on the season after pitching five innings and allowing 13 hits and seven runs. Connor Belcher started game two and last three plus innings allowing four hits, four walks and six runs. Belcher took the loss and falls to 0-3 in his freshman campaign.
The Eagles will jump back into KIAC action on Friday and Saturday as they host Berea College at 1 p.m. and 12 p.m. Toyota on Nicholasville will be at Friday’s games with food, cornhole and gift cards for anyone that test drives a Scion.