AUBURNDALE, FL – After splitting Sunday games in Florida, the Wayne State College baseball team went back to work with a single nine-inning contest.
WSC competed against Northwood (MI) during the RussMatt Invitational in Auburndale, Florida Monday.
After both teams scored a run in the opening inning, WSC added three runs in the top of the second to go up 4-1. Northwood University regained the lead thanks to a four-run third inning before bringing in three more runs during the fifth and one run in the sixth. The Timberwolves won 9-4 to improve to 5-8 while the ‘Cats fell to 7-6.
Brendan Madsen posted a three-hit game with a RBI while Alex Logelin singled twice and drove in a run as Bryce Bisenius singled twice. Andrew Hanson recorded a solo homerun, Chris Cornish singled and drove in a run as Noah Roberts singled.
Cade Hermann suffered the loss in four and a third innings allowing eight runs (seven earned) off nine hits while striking out three batters, walking two and hitting another. Brody Sintek worked three and two-thirds allowing a run off four hits while striking out, walking and hitting one batter each.
The Wayne State College baseball team will next face a NSIC opponent being Northern State on Tuesday, March 10 at 9:30 in a non-conference outing. WSC will then close out their spring break trip against Ashland (Ohio) on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.