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May 25, 2013

OVC: BASEBALL: Colonels hold off SEMO, advance to final three

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RICHMOND — NOTES

• Eastern Kentucky has won two OVC Tournament games in the same season for the first time since winning three in 2005.

• The two teams combined for 36 hits and 21 runs.

• Luke Wurzelbacher has started 19 straight games and has hit safely in 14 of those.

• Sean Hagen has reached base in 15 straight games, tying the season-best by a Colonel in 2013.

• Eastern’s recent starting line-ups have featured four freshmen — Doug Teegarden (3B), Kyle Nowlin (LF), Kenny Hostrander (2B) and Luke Wurzelbacher (SS).

• Southeast Missouri starter Will Spitzfaden allowed four runs on seven hits in six and two-thirds innings earlier this season against Eastern Kentucky. He walked one and struck out two. On Friday, he gave up six runs on six hits in one and one-third innings.

• EKU starter Matt Lynch made a relief appearance earlier this season against SEMO. He pitched one scoreless inning, allowed two hits and walked one.

 

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