Scoreboard
04/19/24
10:00 am
at Defiance College Invite 321
Moose Landing CC
04/19/24
Final
0 Kalamazoo
9 at #4 Case Western Reserve
04/19/24
Final - 7 innings
15 Kalamazoo
2 at Trine
04/20/24
10:00 am
at Defiance College Invite
Moose Landing CC
04/20/24
1:00 PM EDT
Hope
vs. Kalamazoo
04/20/24
1:00 PM EDT
Kalamazoo
at Hope
04/20/24
1:00 PM EDT
Kalamazoo
at St. Mary's (IN)
04/20/24
3:00 PM EDT
Kalamazoo
at Hope
04/20/24
3:00 PM EDT
Hope
vs. Kalamazoo
04/20/24
3:00 PM EDT
Kalamazoo
at Hope
04/21/24
1:00 PM EDT
Trine
vs. Kalamazoo
04/21/24
Cancelled
Anderson (Ind.)
vs. Kalamazoo
04/21/24
Cancelled
Anderson (Ind.)
vs. Kalamazoo
04/21/24
4:00 PM EDT
Trine
vs. Kalamazoo

Baseball Scores 28 Runs, Completes Series Sweep at Earlham

Logan Lockhart playing baseball.
Photo by Kimberly Moss

RICHMOND, Ind. - The Kalamazoo College baseball team completed the three-game sweep of Earlham College with a 28-4 win on Sunday. Kalamazoo's 28 runs are the second-most in school history and the highest in Coach Ott's tenure.

Kalamazoo improved to 6-0 with the win, while Earlham dropped to 2-4. The Hornets had 26 hits in seven innings, also the second-highest total in school history. Earlham had eight hits in the contest.

The Hornets scored three runs in the first and led 3-1 after two innings. After putting another three on the board in the top of the third and leading 6-2 at the end of three, Kalamazoo scored four in the fourth, 12 in the fifth, three in the sixth and three in the seventh. Earlham added a single run in the sixth and seventh innings.

Logan Lockhart finished 4-for-4 with a double and a home run, while tying the school record with eight RBIs.

Cooper Mills was 4-for-4 with a double and three walks while tying the school record with seven runs scored from the leadoff spot.

David Stechow was 4-for-6 with two doubles, six RBIs and four runs scored.

Robert Newland finished 3-for-4 with a double, two RBIs and four runs scored.

Harrison Poeszat, Riley Weber, Alex DiDio and Cam Kelly each had two hits. 

Alex Fenkell had a double. Poeszat and Fenkell also drove in two runs apiece.

Braden Mussat earned the win on the mound with five strikeouts in four innings. Blake Parpart, Dean Turpin, Owen Schihl, Reece Omodio and Aidan Liedeke pitched the final three innings. Schihl struck out both batters he faced in the sixth.

Kalamazoo travels to Jacksonville, Ill. next weekend for neutral site games against Grinnell, Elmhurst and Wartburg.