Posted: Saturday, 16 February 2013 10:17PM

EU Baseball wins at Mid-America Christian

Oklahoma City, Ok. -- Evangel completed a three-game sweep at Mid-America Christian with a 13-7 win in Oklahoma City Saturday. The scheduled doubleheader changed to a single, nine-inning game due to winter weather.
Evangel 2B Michael Headlee went 3 for 4 with a home run, a double, three runs scored and three RBIs. Darrin Francis went 3 for 3 with two walks, and three RBIs.
Sam Garrison got the win for the Crusaders in relief pitching the last 4.2 innings. He did not allow an earned run while allowing just three hits, three walks and he struck out three.
The Crusaders improved their record to 9-1 while Mid-America Christian fell to 0-8.
Evangel returns to Oklahoma for a doubleheader Tuesday at Oklahoma Baptist.

Sat., Feb. 16                                                                                      
CRUSADERS (9-1) 002 132 023 13 14 4
Mid-America Chr. (0-8) 000 221 200 7 6 7
Winning Pitcher- Sam Garrison (2-0)
Losing Pitcher- Grant Zimmerman (0-1)
Save-  none
Home Runs: Evan- Michael Headlee (1)

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Topics : BaseballEvangel
People : Darrin FrancisGrant ZimmermanMichael Headlee
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