Cougars Sweep Paladins at Home

This past weekend, the College of Charleston baseball team faced off against Furman in a 3 game series.

The Cougars took a commanding, 13-3 victory in game one. The cougars bats were on fire as they got 13 runs on 12 hits. Third baseman, Chaz Davey got 3 hits out of his 5 at bats along with 3 runs and 2 RBIs. Danny Wondrack clocked in 6 RBIs and got 2 hits out of his 4 at bats. College of Charleston also committed one error in the game.  Pitcher Griffin McLarty was awarded the win for this game as he pitched for 7 innings and struck out 7 batters.

In game two of the series, the Cougars won 2-1. Both teams were able to get a run in the first inning and prevented each other from getting a run until the Cougars scored in the 8th inning off a Chaz Davey single. Josh Price was awarded the win as he pitched for 3 innings and struck out two batters. Nathan Ocker got the save as he came in to close the game.

In the third and final game, the Cougars won 3-1. The two teams were tied after the 1st inning and remained tied until College of Charleston scored 2 runs from a Chris Graham single in the 8th inning. The College also had 5 hits and an error. Brooks Lucas was awarded the win and Nathan Ocker got another save.

After this series, the College of Charleston improves their record to 13-6 and is currently 3rd in the Colonial Athletic Association. The next game for the Cougars will be on the road as the Cougars will face off against the Clemson Tigers. The Cougars will play Clemson twice before returning home to play conference rival, Elon in a three game series.

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Bryce Warner, from Goose Creek, South Carolina. Is a Sophomore majoring in Communication. Bryce can spin a basketball on his finger, makes skillet waffles and didn’t miss a day of school from Kindergarten to 12th Grade.

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