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Trailblazer baseball falls to No. 1 Wabash Valley

VINCENNES, Ind. – The Vincennes University baseball team took on its second straight ranked opponent on Monday.

Unfortunately, the Trailblazers couldn’t score the upset victory. Wabash Valley, No. 1 in the NJCAA Division I national poll, won 12-2 in eight innings at Jerry Blemker Field.

Whereas, VU picked up two wins over Heartland, No. 19 in NJCAA Division II, on Friday and Saturday. The Trailblazers split the four-game series with the Hawks, winning 9-2 on Friday and 7-2 on Saturday.

Against Wabash Valley, freshman Sean Becker scored on a wild pitch in the bottom of the third inning to get the Trailblazers within 3-1.

In the fifth inning, freshman Max Flock scored on a wild pitch to cut Wabash Valley’s lead to 5-2.

VU sophomore starting pitcher Bricem Thompson allowed three runs on three hits in 1.1 innings. He struck out two and walked four.

VU managed three hits.

Flock hit a double. Becker and sophomore Caleb Helms also had hits.

Becker added a stolen base.

The Trailblazers are 20-26 overall.

VU was originally scheduled to play at home against Olney Central on May 1, but the game has been canceled and will not be made up. Olney Central must make up Great Rivers Athletic Conference play this week.

Next up for the Trailblazers is a four-game Mid-West Athletic Conference series against Danville Area. The teams will play a doubleheader at Jerry Blemker Field on May 4 beginning at 1:30 p.m. EDT. They will face off in a doubleheader on May 5 in Danville at 2 p.m. EDT.

VU has an 8-16 conference record.



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