Georgetown News
Baseball - Fri, Feb. 15, 2013

Georgetown College's baseball gets back to .500 with a pair of wins Friday over Davenport University at Robert N. Wilson Field. After dropping the first two of the four-game series with the Panthers (3-4), the No. 20 Tigers (6-6) rebounded for the final two wins.

"We did what we needed to do all at every position," said GC coach Micah Baumfeld. "We had solid pitching, good defense and got the bats going early."

Jordan Hinshaw hit homeruns two and three Friday in just six games played this year. He broke open game one on Friday with a three run shot and hit a solo shot in game two to put GC on the board. The senior was 3-of-6 for the day with four RBI.

Shaun Meyer pitched a complete win in the opener, scattering four hits with four strikeouts. Chris Villalobos followed that with a complete game win, scattering four hits with seven strikeouts. Neither pitcher gave up an earned run, as a passed ball third strike allowed the Panthers to score their lone run.

Tigers are back in action 3 pm Tuesday at Indiana Southeast.

 
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