The Maryville College baseball team was eliminated from the 2017 USA South baseball tournament in LaGrange, Georgia after Greensboro College posted six runs in the final three innings to out-pace the Scots 9-6 on Thursday evening.
Behind the pitching performance of Michael Hawks and the power of Bryce Redaja, Johnny Carpenter, and Alden Wright the Maryville College diamondmen advanced to 18-15 on the season with a 14-2 run-rule victory over Berea College on Sunday afternoon on MC’s Scotland Yard.
Maryville College freshman left-hander Anthony Rodriguez and the Scots’ relief staff shut down Berea’s bats while Hayden Hollingsworth and Johnny Carpenter did the damage at the plate to earn a double header sweep over the Mountaineers by the score of 9-3 on Saturday evening on Maryville’s Campus.
Huntingdon College’s Zach McGrady held the Maryville College Scots to eleven hits over eight innings of work on the mound to help the Hawks to a 10-5 series opening victory in Montgomery, Alabama late Friday evening.
The weather forecast has forced another change in the Maryville College baseball schedule. Tuesday's anticipated rain has moved Monday's matchup with Calvin College (MI) to a non-conference double header on MC's Scotland Yard.
The Maryville College baseball team claimed a key USA South series with a double-header split against Averett University in Danville, Virginia on Saturday. The Scots defeated the Cougars 6-0 in the second game of the series before falling 4-2 in the series finale.