A four-run rally in the eighth inning of game one lifted Ohio Dominican’s baseball team to a 5-4 win, and the Panthers would complete the doubleheader sweep of Hillsdale with a 3-0 win in game two Sunday in Panther Valley.
Playing its fourth and fifth games in less than 55 hours and with 300 miles of travel in between, Ohio Dominican’s baseball team finished off a busy weekend by splitting a doubleheader with Indianapolis, winning game one 11-2 and falling 6-5 in game two on Sunday.
Senior Justin Childers (Pickerington, Ohio) homered and junior Mitchell Bault (Maineville, Ohio) limited host Malone to one run in 6.0 innings as Ohio Dominican’s baseball team scored a 9-4 victory Saturday at Thurman Munson Stadium.
With 28 runs on 28 hits for the day, Ohio Dominican’s baseball team rolled to its 13th and 14th wins in its last 15 tries, defeating Lake Erie by final scores of 15-4 and 13-1 on Sunday in a Great Midwest Athletic Conference doubleheader at Classic Park.
After a monster week at the plate helped propel No. 18 Ohio Dominican to a 6-0 record, senior first baseman Justin Childers (Pickerington, Ohio) was named the G-MAC North Division Player of the Week on Monday.
For the first time since 2015, Ohio Dominican’s baseball team has a win streak reach double figures as the Panthers swept yet another doubleheader, taking down Alderson Broaddus 4-3 in 12 innings in the opener and 10-2 in the nightcap in G-MAC play from Panther Valley.
After sweeping four home games on Sunday and Monday, the red-hot Ohio Dominican baseball team will remain in Panther Valley for a Saturday doubleheader with Davis & Elkins and a Sunday twinbill with Alderson Broaddus, with first pitch at 1 p.m. both days.
Sophomore Joey Machuga (Canfield, Ohio) nearly matched the G-MAC RBI record and Ohio Dominican’s baseball team stayed red-hot at the plate as the Panthers closed out their South Carolina trip with an 18-6 win over Fairmont State on Tuesday.
For the third time in four weeks, Ohio Dominican’s baseball team swept the G-MAC North Division weekly honors, as junior Mitchell Bault (Maineville, Ohio) was named Pitcher of the Week and junior Colin Kaucher (Toledo, Ohio) was named Player of the Week on Monday.
A two-out RBI single in the eighth inning by junior Colin Kaucher (Toledo, Ohio) proved to be the difference as Ohio Dominican’s baseball team earned a 5-4 win over Wayne State on Sunday to take the series.
Junior Mitchell Bault (Maineville, Ohio) threw his third career complete game and six players had multi-hit efforts as Ohio Dominican’s baseball team cruised to an 11-0 win in game two against Wayne State after falling 5-1 in the opener on Saturday.