Evan Ezell – Maryville College’s senior baseball catcher – was named to the 2018 Google Cloud Academic All-District First Team as one of the nation’s top student-athletes for his combined performance on the field and in the classroom.
The Maryville College baseball team traveled to Fayetteville, North Carolina to challenge No.17 Methodist University for a season-ending three-game series. The Scots (26-12) dropped a pair of games on Saturday 12-4, 9-4 to the Monarchs (29-11).
Evan Ezell – Maryville College’s senior baseball catcher – earned a prestigious honor on Friday night, as the USA South Athletic Conference announced he would receive one of the league’s Postgraduate Scholarships upon graduation.
A strong pitching effort and early lead for the third consecutive game against Piedmont College was not enough as the Lions rallied late to defeat the No. 17 Maryville College diamondmen 3-1 to sweep a regular season ending USA South series in Demorest, Georgia on Saturday.
Maryville College Head Baseball Coach Cody Church and his staff honored their 14 seniors before the Scots earned their 25th win of the season with a 4-3 victory over Berea College in the second game of the USA South three-game series.
The USA South baseball series against Covenant College has been altered. Maryville will host Covenant for a single game on Thursday evening beginning at 7:00 p.m. On Friday, the battle of the Scots will continue with a doubleheader on Scotland Yard with a scheduled 3:00 p.m. first pitch. Follow Maryville College athletics on www.mcscots.com or via social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) @MCScots.
Anthony Rodriguez dominated on the mound and the Scots manufactured a pair of key runs to help No.18 Maryville College defeat LaGrange College 2-0 in a key USA South baseball series in LaGrange, Georgia on Friday evening.
Four Scots’ hurlers limited the hard-hitting lineup of Huntingdon College to only three hits and MC catcher Evan Ezell drove in a pair of runs to help Maryville College claim the USA South baseball series from the Hawks by the score of 4-1 on Saturday on MC’s Scotland Yard.
One bad inning. Just one crooked inning makes a big difference.
In a key USA South Athletic Conference doubleheader, the Maryville College Scots were just one inning away from a home sweep.
Instead, Huntingdon College defeated MC 7-2 in the series opener before the Scots rallied for an 11-3 victory in the nightcap.