Pacific University baseball teams won three games over a four-game series with two games played on Saturday and the other two played on Sunday against Whitman College.
In the first game, Pacific claimed a 13-7 victory with the Boxers offense that recorded 13 hits. Boxer’s offensive production was led by Jordan hara who recorded 2 hits, a double and a two-run homerun. Hara was responsible for 7 of the team’s races with 5 RBIs and 2 points scored. Isaac loves and Ian blair each contributed 3 RBIs with Lovings recording a double and a homerun. Will clark picked up the victory on the mound after throwing 5 laps and giving 4 hits and 2 earned races.
Pacific came on the board at the top of 1St. on the way to a 5-1 victory in 7 rounds in match two. Boxer’s offense was highlighted by Chase anderson goes 2-3 with 2 goals. New Year’s student Reyn okita contributed to Boxer’s offensive production going 2-4 with a double. Kahi Bisho picked up the win on the mound and threw 5 innings while knocking out 5.
Game three went to the Boxers 15-2 in 7 innings after Pacific had 17 hits. The Boxers were 15-0 at the bottom of the 7th. Ian blair, Damon is tanning and Brad Altomare each recorded three hits in the game. Altomare and Tanner were both responsible for four RBIs while Tyler quinn contributed 3 RBIs. Derek Eubanks had a fantastic performance on the mound and picked up the victory after throwing 6 laps without giving up any earned races.
In a pitcher dual, Whitman managed to come out with the 1-0 victory in game four of the series. Boxers used three different jugs that combined for 6 hits and only 1 earned run. Pacific only managed to get 2 hits in the loss with one coming from Chase anderson and the other comes from the bat to Nolan McNeill.
The Boxers now have a 5-player lead in first place in the NWC table and will play next weekend at home in a four-game series against Linfield.