MSC Baseball falls to Seminole State in rain delayed game, February 9


After being rescheduled due to rain on February 7, the Murray State College baseball team traveled to Seminole on Saturday, February 9 to take on the Seminole State College Trojans. Down by two runs after four innings, the Aggies scored their first run of the game in the top of the fifth inning when Jonathan Brandon hit a single, allowing fellow sophomore Mason Brinkley to score. The Trojans went on the extend their lead in the bottom of the fifth inning after hitting a three-run home run. 

The Aggies were unable to catch up, eventually falling to the Trojans 11 to one in six innings.  The Aggies utilized four pitchers, including sophomores Jacob Mattox and Aaron Jonas, redshirt sophomore Cole Shinsky and freshman Wesley Case. Shinsky faced 16 batters, throwing 40 strikes in 56 pitches. 

With the loss, the Aggies fall to two and two on the season and will travel to Clarksville, Arkansas on February 12 for a double-header against Arkansas Baptist College.

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