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St. Edwards Sweeps Aggies
04/29/2013
 

ustin, Texas-St. Edward's University completed their 3-game series sweep of
the Oklahoma Panhandle State University baseball team on Saturday, earning a
7-2 win.

The pitchers battled it out through four and one half innings, with neither
one giving up a single hit. The Hilltoppers got on the scoreboard first with
a solo homerun in the fourth and went on to score four runs in the sixth and
two more in the eighth to take a 7-0 lead. In the top of the ninth, Dominic
DeJoseph singled and advanced to second on a wild pitch. Robert Montoya
walked and Casey Kettler singled up the middle to load the bases. Ruben
Aguirre hit a double to right field that scored Montoya and DeJoseph for the
only OPSU runs. Kettler was 2-4 at the plate on the day and first baseman
Nick Crosswhite had 11 putouts. Starting pitcher Nolan Glasscock scattered
five hits and struck out two in six innings of work and was given the loss.

The Aggies return home for a single game on May 1 against Oklahoma Christian
University and the first pitch is set for noon. They conclude their season
May 3-4 in Odessa, Texas with a 3-game series against the University of
Texas of the Permian Basin.

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Laura Nelson
Oklahoma Panhandle State Univ.

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