Ohio Condition newcomer infielder Marcus Ernst (28) makes connection with the pitch throughout the March 24 contest against Hawaii at Nick Swis
Despite trailing 7-3 heading in to the eighth inning, Ohio Condition could rally ?to finish its five-game skid.
Within the ninth inning, the Buckeyes (17-16, 2-4 Big Ten) ?scored three runs to accomplish theTuesday, edging out Ohio (8-22, 3-6 MAC) 10-8.
Sophomore catcher Dillon Dingler could generate a two-run double to left-center field to own Buckeyes a ten-8 lead within the ninth inning.
Having a four-run deficit through seven innings, newcomer outfielder Nolan Clegg scored on the passed ball, cutting the Bobcats’ result in 7-4. Redshirt sophomore catcher Brent Todys then tied the sport on a single swing, launching a 3-run homer to tie the sport at 7.
The Buckeyes tallied three more runs within the ninth inning with an RBI single from junior first baseman Conner Pohl and Dingler’s two-RBI double to win their first game since March 30.
Todys carried out with three hits and 4 RBI. Clegg also hit his vacation home run of year, finishing the sport with three RBI. ?
For that Bobcats, redshirt newcomer designated hitter Cole Revels tallied five RBI hanging around.
Around the mound, Ohio Condition newcomer pitcher Will Pfenning battled, allowing five earned operates on five hits and 2 walks in three innings of labor.
After allowing three runs within the next 4.2 innings of labor, junior left-handed pitcher Andrew Magno could keep your Bobcats from the scoreboard for that remaining 1.1 innings, allowing one hit and striking out two.
Ohio Condition will require on Dayton at 6:35 p.m. Wednesday at Bill Davis Stadium.