FORT SCOTT, Kan. The Bemidji State baseball team suffered a 21-3, seven-inning loss to St. Cloud State in Fort Scott, Kan, on Tuesday afternoon. The Beavers fell to 1-2 on the season with the defeat.
After two pointless rounds, the Huskies (1-3) broke out for 21 races in three rounds to take a 21-0 lead into the bottom of the fifth.
Noah Boser’s sacrificial fly scored the first race of the day for BSU in the fifth. Two laps later, Isaiah Grancorvitz ran a new race on a sac fly, and Sam Kalberer belted an RBI double to get into the game’s final race.
Bemidji State recorded five hits for the game, to SCSU’s 16.
Parker Borg started on the mound and was handed the loss after throwing three rounds and allowed five earned races from seven hits with a career-high five strikes.
BSU will continue the spring tour in Fort Scott with a game at 11.30 on Wednesday, March 10 against Minnesota Crookston.