Baseball: Ohio Condition loses 4th straight in 7-2 loss to Northwestern

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Ohio Condition junior infielder Conner Pohl (39) swings in a ball throughout the game against Hawaii on March 23. Ohio Condition won 7-5. Credi

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Ohio Condition junior infielder Conner Pohl (39) swings in a ball throughout the game against Hawaii on March 23. Ohio Condition won 7-5. Credit: Casey Cascaldo Photo Editor Software Kit

Ohio Condition attempted to redeem itself Saturday mid-day at Bill Davis Stadium after losing to Northwestern 15-3 on Friday.

However the Buckeyes (16-15, 2-3 Big Ten) weren’t effective, losing 7-2 towards the Wildcats (13-14, 3-2 Big Ten), its 4th loss consecutively.

After Ohio Condition struck first towards the bottom from the first on the bases-loaded walk by sophomore catcher Dillon Dingler, the Northwestern offense walked up, obtaining three runs through the first four innings, getting the score to three-1.

“I think we have some room to enhance, there’s certainly several things we are able to focus on,” Ohio Condition redshirt newcomer pitcher Seth Lonsway stated.

Lonsway permitted three operates on five hits in the third loss of year, walking three and striking out six.

Northwestern added two runs in the top eighth, extending its result in 6-1 with an RBI double by sophomore catcher Michael Trautwein.

Lonsway stated Northwestern required benefit of what it really required to using the little bit of mistakes Ohio Condition made.

“I seem like we limited our mistakes today and [Northwestern] just type of out beat us today,” Lonsway stated.

In the two-inning start, Northwestern newcomer pitcher Mike Doherty walked a job-high three batters. Ohio Condition finished the sport with seven walks.

Dingler and senior designated hitter Andrew Fishel each carried out with an RBI.

Using the bases loaded with no outs towards the bottom from the eighth, the Buckeyes added another operate on a groundout by Fishel.

Ohio Condition mind coach Greg Beals stated he loved his team’s process from the Wildcats and also the Buckeyes’ pregame preparation. However, it brought to Ohio State’s 4th straight loss.

“I thought we worked out things well, I loved that,” Beals stated. “The result wasn’t what we should wanted, however i like the way we worked out our work today.”

Ohio Condition will finish its three-game series against Northwestern at 11:05 a.m. Sunday.

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