Salisbury is ousted from Division III Series, 8-1

College Baseball

May 30, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Salisbury was eliminated from the NCAA Division III World Series with an 8-1 loss to Wisconsin-Whitewater yesterday afternoon in Appleton, Wis.

The Sea Gulls (37-13) established a single-season school record for victories.

Salisbury, trying to rebound from Friday night's opening-round loss to George Fox, fell behind 4-0 in the opening inning against Whitewater (37-8). Brady Endl delivered the key blow with a grand slam.

Salisbury senior Mac Mollet (6-1) lasted five innings, allowing eight runs (six earned) and 11 hits while taking his first loss of the year. Reliever Nick Dunk worked four innings and allowed two hits.

The Sea Gulls reached Whitewater starter Ryan Callahan for their only run in the fifth inning as David Sutton (2-for-2) singled, advanced on a wild pitch and a groundout, and scored on a fielder's choice.

The Sea Gulls finished with six hits, and scored just four runs in their two World Series games after scoring 51 in four games during last week's South Regional.

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