WSU wins 13-3
Mucha drives in two with a two-out 1B. WSU up 13-2 going to the 9th. Read More
WSU wins 13-3
Mucha drives in two with a two-out 1B. WSU up 13-2 going to the 9th. Read More »
The score: Wichita State 9, Kansas State 7 (15 innings)
Records: WSU 25-19, KSU 19-22
Key statistics: Relievers Kyle Bouman, Cale Elam and A.J. Ladwig combined for 8 2/3 hitless innings to close out the game, with Ladwig contributing five of them in what amounts to a mid-week start. OF Don Lambert hit a two-run homer in the second inning and drove in the winning runs with a two-run double in the 15th. Read More »
The scores: MSU 6, WSU 0; MSU 7, WSU 2; WSU 3, MSU 2
The records: MSU 29-12, 8-3 MVC; WSU 24-19, 6-6
Key statistics: MSU pitchers held the Shockers to 10 hits, with the lone extra-base hit a turf-aided double, in the first two games. For the series, Shocker batters struck out 30 times. Read More »
WSU wins 3-2. Fantastic outing by Gardner, who held the Bears to five hits and no runs over seven innings. Elam 3 Ks in the 9th. Read More »
MSU wins 7-2. Bears win a series at Eck Stadium for the first time.
MSU up 7-2 after eight. Schumacher with eight strikeouts. No Shocker has reached second since the first inning. Read More »
MSU wins 6-0
MSU up 6-0, headed to the bottom of the 8th Read More »
The score: Wichita State 2, Oklahoma State 1 (11 innings)
Records: OSU 18-17, WSU 23-17
WSU wins 2-1 on Parker’s RBI single in the 11th. Read More »
The scores: UE 4, WSU 1; UE 5, WSU 4; WSU 14, UE 9
Records: WSU 22-17, 5-4 MVC; UE 22-14, 6-6 MVC
Key stats: Evansville pitchers held the Shockers to five runs and nine hits in the first two games on their way to their first series win over WSU since 2006 and third in 18 meetings. Friday starter Cole Isom provided the weekend’s key performance by striking out 11 Shockers and allowing three hits. WSU starters Mitch Mormann and Albert Minnis both failed to reach the fourth inning, forcing the Shockers to play catch-up on Saturday and Sunday.
Next up: Okahoma State at Eck Stadium, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday
Garrett Stutz showed his offensive skills at the Portsmouth Invitational while he helped his team to the championship of the tournament.
NBA.com’s Rob Reheuser described Stutz in terms Shocker fans can relate to:
What he lacks in terms of athleticism and brute strength in the post, he makes up for with know-how and touch. He might not have enough for the NBA at this stage, but he’s clearly a player whose progress needs to be monitored closely.
Stutz averaged 14.7 points and 11 rebounds in three games, making 63.3 percent of his shots and was named to the all-tournament team.
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