March 3, 2003
Baseball splits doubleheader with ShippensburgSALISBURY, NC – Catawba and visiting Shippensburg split a doubleheader in baseball action on Monday afternoon at Newman Park. Catawba took the opener 16-5, while the Raiders won the second game 9-1. Catawba now stands at 11-7 on the year, while Shippensburg is 4-6. Catawba broke open the first game by scoring 10 runs in the second inning. The first eight Tribe batters reached base on seven hits and a walk. Scott Searles (Boston, MA) and Nick Lefko (Faith, NC) had two-run singles to give Catawba a 4-1 lead. Chad Hill (Bennett, NC) followed a Blair Reynolds (King, NC) sacrifice fly with anoth two-run hit for a 7-1 edge. Jimbo Davis (Salisbury, NC) plated a run with a groundout and Aaron Rimer (Salisbury, NC) capped the inning with a two-run homer. Shippensburg closed within 12-5 in the fourth, scoring four times. One run scored on a sacrifice fly, while the other three scored on bases loaded walks. Catawba would add a run in its fourth and two in the sixth to expand its advantage to 15-5. Scott Dunning (Charlotte, NC) earned the win in relief for Catawba, allowing just one hit in three and two-thirds innings. Spence Southard (Greensboro, NC) led the Tribe attack, going 4-for-6 with three runs scored. Searles had three hits, while Rimer had four RBI. Jared Krebs (Spring Grove, PA) and Nick Erdman (Leloa, PA) collected two hits for Shippensburg. The Raiders scored four times in the third inning of the second game to grab the advantage. Scott Kintz (Mechanicsburg, PA) scored the initial run during a rundown on a pickoff play. A pair of doubles was followed by a two-run homer by Krebs for the 4-0 edge. The Raiders added single runs over the next three innings and two more in the seventh on bases loaded walks. Lee McClintock (Carlisle, PA) surrendered just two hits over six innings to improve to 1-2. He walked two and recorded five strikeouts. The Raiders collected 13 hits in the win, with Kintz, Krebs, Chad Stecker (Saylorsburg, PA), Andy Dangler (Chambersburg, PA) and Josh Bell (Loysville, PA) each getting two hits. #####
|No events are scheduled today|
Basketball (W) @ Lenoir-Rhyne 76-70
Basketball (M) @ Lenoir-Rhyne 63-85
Swimming MEN vs. ASHLAND 84-117
Swimming WOMEN vs. ASHLAND 102-95
Swimming Women @ Limestone 103-142
Swimming Men @ Limestone 104-136
Basketball (W) @ Carson-Newman 60-88
Basketball (M) @ Carson-Newman 75-101
Basketball (W) vs. COKER 55-52
Basketball (M) vs. COKER 77-71
Swimming WOMEN vs. BARTON 141-90
Swimming MEN vs. BARTON 131-89
Basketball (W) vs. MARS HILL 80-56
Basketball (M) vs. MARS HILL 83-68
Basketball (W) vs. NEWBERRY 65-73
Basketball (M) vs. NEWBERRY 87-92
Track/Field @ Wake Forest Invitational (Day 1)
Swimming Men @ Lenoir-Rhyne 86-173
Swimming Women @ Lenoir-Rhyne 151-107
Basketball (W) vs. LINCOLN MEMORIAL 65-47
Basketball (M) vs. LINCOLN MEMORIAL 61-90
Track/Field @ Wake Forest Invitational (Day 2)
Basketball (W) vs. QUEENS 6 p.m.
Basketball (M) vs. QUEENS 8 p.m.
Track/Field @ Finn Pincus Invitational (Day 1)
Track/Field @ Finn Pincus Invitational (Day 2)
Basketball (W) @ Tusuclum 2 p.m.
Basketball (M) @ Tusculum 4 p.m.
Basketball (W) @ Wingate 6 p.m.
Basketball (M) @ Wingate 8 p.m.
Mouse over the red calendar dates to display events on those days. Click to open the full-size calendar.