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February 14, 2014

NSU begins 2014 with sweep

(Continued)

NSU 3, Harding 2 (second game)

The RiverHawks and Bisons exchanged runs in the first frame, and the home team plated a go-ahead run in the bottom half of the second to take its first lead of the day.

Northeastern State responded with a two-run fourth, and the relievers took care of business down the stretch to not allow another run.

Freshman Zack Hammock appeared in his first-career game and threw 2.0 innings of relief to earn the victory. Junior transfer Bryan McClellan started the game and tossed 3.0 innings before being relieved by junior Hayden Walch. McClellan allowed two runs on three hits. Walch did not concede a run or a hit, but he did walk three batters in 0.2 innings.

Hudson threw the seventh inning and picked up a save.

Broom and Robinson were both 2-for-3 and they split half of NSU’s hits.

 

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