Club sports roundup: lacrosse, baseball
On Saturday, the men’s lacrosse team hosted the University of Dayton at Gesling Stadium. The Flyers came away with the win, defeating Carnegie Mellon 12–6.
Dayton outshot the Tartans 47 to 25. Junior Matt Adams led Carnegie Mellon’s scoring with four goals.
Seniors Roderick McMullen and Tomo Gibson each had a goal and an assist. First-year goaltender Nadir Sidi had 11 saves throughout the game.
The team’s game yesterday against New Haven was canceled due to bad weather. The Tartans will wrap up their regular season on Saturday when they host Taylor University at 3 p.m.
The Carnegie Mellon club baseball team played a double-header Saturday against Kent State University. The Tartans dropped the first game 0–2 before coming back to win the second game 4–3. The team’s rematch with Kent State yesterday was canceled due to inclement weather.
The Tartans only mustered four hits during their first game against Kent State. The hits came from senior Matt Corbett, sophomores Brett Rehfeld and Brian Tabata, and first-year Dave Watters. Sophomore Jon Coens pitched seven innings for Carnegie Mellon, striking out six batters and allowing only one earned run.
In the second game, junior Ryan Comes’s line drive into left-center field in the bottom of the seventh inning brought first-year James Langhauser home to tie the game at 3–3. In the eighth, Corbett’s fly ball to right field allowed Rehfeld to score the winning run for the Tartans.
Offensively, Carnegie Mellon had nine hits throughout the game. Comes led the Tartans with two hits and three runs batted in. Corbett pitched five innings and only allowed one earned run.
The Tartans’ season record moves to 2–10. This week, the team will host three games against West Virginia University on Saturday and Sunday.