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Tuesday, March 17
Duquesne 5, Cleveland State 2
Pittsburgh 7, Youngstown State 6
UIC 15, Purdue 5
Wright State 6, Miami (Ohio) 3

Wednesday, March 18
Milwaukee at Central Michigan (DH), 1:05 p.m.
Butler at Indiana State, 3 p.m.
Youngstown State at Akron, 3 p.m.
Valparaiso at Notre Dame, 5 p.m.
Purdue at UIC, 5:05 p.m.
Xavier at Wright State, 6:30 p.m.
Bowling Green at Cleveland State (cancelled)

Friday, March 20
$ Cleveland State at UIC, 3 p.m.
$ Valparaiso at Butler, 3 p.m.
$ Youngstown State at Wright State, 6:30 p.m.

Saturday, March 21
$ Valparaiso at Butler (DH), 12 p.m.
$ Cleveland State at UIC (DH), 1:05 p.m.
$ Youngstown State at Wright State (DH), 1:30 p.m.

$ = Horizon League game
All times Eastern (ET)



Monday, March 9
Longwood 11, Youngstown State 4

Tuesday, March 10
James Madison 6, Youngstown State 5

Wednesday, March 11
James Madison 11, Youngstown State 7
Mississippi State 9-5, Valparaiso 2-4
Ohio 15, Wright State 10
Purdue 12, Butler 3

Friday, March 13
Austin Peay 10, Milwaukee 8
+ Cleveland State 2, La Salle 0
Kansas State 8, Butler 4
Marshall 4, Youngstown State 0
Northwestern 9, UIC 2
Tennessee Tech 6-8, Valparaiso 4-12
Wright State 16, Oakland 1

Saturday, March 14
Austin Peay 7-2, Milwaukee 4-3 (G1 - 7 inn.)
Kansas State 14-15, Butler 2-3
Northwestern 2-3, UIC 1-4
Villanova 12, Cleveland State 5
Wright State 3-7, Eastern Michigan 1-6 (G2 - 8 inn.)
Valparaiso at Tennessee Tech (cancelled)
Youngstown State at Marshall (postponed)

Sunday, March 15
Austin Peay 5, Milwaukee 1
Dayton 5, Wright State 3
Kansas State 13, Butler 2
Marshall 15-1, Youngstown State 2-2
Temple 5, Cleveland State 1

$ = Horizon League game
+ = in Philadelphia, Pa.



BUTLER BULLDOGS (1-13 overall, 0-0 HL)

  • Throughout the spring, Butler will celebrate its 100th season of baseball. To date, the Bulldogs have tallied a 1,145-1,342-11 all-time record, eight conference championships and two NCAA Tournament appearances.

  • Butler has 11 seniors on its 2009 roster -- the most in the Horizon League this season.

    CLEVELAND STATE VIKINGS (3-10 overall, 0-0 HL)

  • Senior Jon Foco went 3-for-4 with two RBI in Saturday's setback at Villanova.

  • Wednesday's game between Cleveland State and Bowling Green has been cancelled due to poor field conditions.

    MILWAUKEE PANTHERS (4-11 overall, 0-0 HL)

  • Senior Josh Groves leads Milwaukee with a .356 batting average. He is currently riding a nine-game hitting streak (16-for-32) and hit a .500 over the weekend at Austin Peay.

  • Freshman Kyle Schmidt and senior Craig Meier combined to allow just three hits in Saturday's win at APSU. That marked the fewest base knocks for a UWM opponent since Centenary had three on March 9, 2008.

    UIC FLAMES (3-11 overall, 0-0 HL)

  • With the Flames trailing Northwestern, 3-1, in the nightcap of Saturday's doubleheader, senior Brett Schaefer belted a three-run homer with two outs in the bottom of the eighth to key UIC's 4-3 comeback victory.

  • Sophomore Andy Leonard leads UIC with a .320 batting average (16-for-50) after posting a 5-for-14 weekend against Northwestern.

  • UIC plays eight of its next 10 games at home, including four more this week. The Flames wrap up a two-game set with Purdue on Wednesday and open Horizon League action with a three-game series against Cleveland State this weekend.

    VALPARAISO CRUSADERS (5-9 overall, 0-0 HL)

  • Junior Josh Wallace whacked two homers in Friday's win over Tennessee Tech and now leads the team with four roundtrippers on the season.

  • Junior Kyle Muhlsteff drove in five more runs over the weekend to take over the team lead with 12 RBI.

  • Senior Matt Lenski owns a 10-game hitting streak, dating back to last season. Valparaiso wraps up its 19-game road trip to start the year with four games this week -- one at Notre Dame and three at Butler.

    WRIGHT STATE RAIDERS (7-11 overall, 0-0 HL)

  • For the second straight season, Wright State collected a pair of walk-off victories against Eastern Michigan at home. Junior Casey McGrew blasted a walk-off, two-run homer down the right-field line in game one before junior Aaron Fields launched a one-out, RBI double in the final inning of game two to give WSU the doubleheader sweep.

  • Wright State will play 11 of its next 14 games at Nischwitz Stadium. WSU is in the midst of hosting three in-state foes this week (Miami, Xavier and Youngstown State). The Raiders are 56-20 over the past three seasons at home.

  • Freshman Michael Schum had dropped four straight decisions to start his career before picking up a pair of wins in Saturday's doubleheader. Schum tossed 2.1 no-hit innings in the twinbill.

    YOUNGSTOWN STATE PENGUINS (3-12 overall, 0-0 HL)

  • Sophomore Phil Klein has thrown two scoreless innings out of the bullpen in his last two outings. He started the seventh inning on Sunday at Marshall and held Youngstown State's 2-1 lead to earn his first collegiate save.

  • The Penguins will open Horizon League play on Friday at Wright State. YSU is 2-5 in its previous seven Horizon League openers, but the Penguins have won three of the last four opening series.

  • YSU has scored in its final at-bat of all three wins this season.
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