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Baseball: Titans Drop in Nine-Inning Game at W&J

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

WASHINGTON, Pa. - The Westminster College baseball team lost, 13-3, at Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) foe Washington & Jefferson on Wednesday. The Titans dropped to 6-14 overall and 3-5 in the PAC, while the Presidents improved to 14-9 and 9-2 in the conference.

The Titans led, 1-0, in the first inning after junior John Jones (New Wilmington, PA / Ligonier Valley) reached on base with a fielder's choice, scoring freshman Sean Coyne (New Castle, PA / New Castle). After W&J scored three runs to take the lead in the bottom of the first, the Titans tied it, 3-3, in the top of the second. Westminster junior Jake Haubrich (North Huntingdon, PA / Norwin) tripled to right center, scoring freshman Kellen Gursky (Greenville, PA / Reynolds), and junior Duncan Watt (Pickering, ON / Dunbarton) batted-in Haubrich.

The Presidents pulled away with 10 unanswered runs: two in the second, one in third, three in the fourth, three in the sixth, and one in the seventh.

Westminster freshman pitcher Nate McMaster (Stow, OH / Stow-Munroe Falls) (1-2) went 3.2 innings and gave up nine runs (six earned) off seven hits, while striking out one batter and walking four.

The Titans will play a nine-inning game at Grove City on Friday at 3 p.m. Westminster will then host Grove City in a doubleheader on Saturday.

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