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Trailblazers fall to Olney Central

VINCENNES, Ind. –  The Vincennes University baseball team dropped a game on Tuesday to Olney Central College, falling 7-0 at Jerry Blemker Field.

It was a scoreless game through the first five innings. VU pitchers Isaiah Davis, Noah Woodward and Blade Pittman didn’t allow a run.

Davis gave up two hits in the first two innings. Woodward and Pittman didn’t allow a hit. Woodward had one strikeout in two innings. Pittman faced three batters and struck out one.

Olney Central broke the game open by scoring three runs in the top of the sixth inning.

Adam Quigley took the loss after allowing two earned runs and one hit. He faced three batters and walked one.

The Trailblazers managed two hits. Walker Paris doubled for one of the hits, while Tyler Estes had the other.

VU’s overall record is 15-8.

The Trailblazers sit atop the Mid-West Athletic Conference standings with a 4-0 record.

They play a MWAC doubleheader on Saturday against Parkland in Champaign, Illinois at 3 p.m. EDT. On Sunday, they host Parkland in a doubleheader that begins at 2 p.m. EDT at Jerry Blemker Field.



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