Baseball - Thu, Apr. 26, 2012
Georgetown College baseball took care of business behind
a solid first conference start from Shaun Meyer. The sophomore picked up his
fourth win of the season, throwing a complete game shutout against University
of the Cumberlands in a 5-0 victory Thursday in Campbellsville.
"It should be and could be our biggest asset in this
postseason," said GC coach Micah Baumfeld, talking about his pitching depth. "I
didn't have a problem or worry at all of starting Shaun against a conference
opponent for the first time."
The No. 14 Tigers (42-9) provided batted around in the
bottom of the first and scored three runs, more than enough for Meyer. He
pitched just over 100 pitches, scattered six hits, struck out four and allowed
no runs in nine innings.
Ryan Serrato was the lone GC player with two hits, while
Brian Smith did most of the damage with two RBI.
Georgetown, the second seed in the tournament, plays
again Thursday evening against Campbellsville University, the No. 3 seed in the
tournament. First pitch is set for 8 pm.