WSU wins 14-9
WSU adds another run on Hege’s RBI double. Leads 14-9 entering the bottom of the 8th. McGreevy pitching with Elam ready.
WSU up 13-9 after Mucha’s fielder’s choice scores Lambert.
WSU up 12-9 after Coy RBI single and Gillaspie two-run homer.
McGreevy retires the Aces 1-2-3 in the 7th, first clean inning for WSU since the first.
WSU ties it 9-all on Mucha’s pinch-hit double, driving in two runs.
WSU cuts the lead to 9-6 in the 7th on Gillaspie’s two-RBI single. No outs. Two on.
Aces up 9-4 on a home run by Pollack. UE has four homers this season, two today.
UE up 8-4. Shockers give away a run on a throwing error by Arens. Ladwig out. Bouman in. Nightmare inning for WSU, which has made it easy on the Aces. Evansville has eight runs on six hits, three hit batters and five walks
4-all in the 5th. WSU tied it on a double by Parker and Coy’s RBI single. The other three batters struck out. Freeland has five strikeouts and has given up nine hits.
Aces leave bases loaded again. Ladwig went to full count on four batters in the inning.
Minnis out. Ladwig in. Shocker starter fails to get out of the fourth for a second straight day.
WSU scores on an E6. UE up 4-3 in the 4th.
Aces leave the bases loaded, thanks to a 4-6-3 double play in the third. Evansville has four runs on one hit, two walks, three hit batters.
Copeland grand slam gives Aces a 4-2 lead. Evansville’s third home run this season. Minnis hit two batters and walked one to load the bases.
WSU up 2-0 on back to back homers by Gillaspie and Green in the second. Gillaspie’s 7th. Green’s 1st.
Taylor Doggett starts in center, with Micah Green in left and Aaron Rea in right
WSU has been swept by an MVC opponent twice – most recently at Missouri State in 2009.