Tigers Split Doubleheader at Anderson
April 6, 2010, Anderson, Ind. — DePauw is 16-12 on the season following a doubleheader split at Anderson. The Ravens rallied twice in the first game and won 12-11, while DePauw took the nightcap, 14-10. Anderson is now 12-10 on the season.
In the opener, the Tigers jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first and extended it to 5-0 in the third. The host Ravens, however, added two in the third and knotted the score at 5-5 with three in the fourth.
DePauw extended its lead to 9-5 in the fifth with four runs capped by Sam Linette's two-run homer. Anderson took the lead with five runs in the sixth. In the top of the seventh, Linette singled home Jon Newman and Alex Berlyn followed with a single scoring pinch-runner Samuel Yeary.
Anderson's Chris Jarrett and Jeremy Hazen led off the seventh with singles and later scored on Nate Clem's game-ending, two-run, two-out double.
DePauw totaled 14 hits led by Jason Cohen and Alex Wright with three each and Ben Gardner, Newman and Linette following with two apiece. Anderson Michael Tucker, Clem, Brett Detty and David Addington each had three of Anderson's 21 hits with Jarrett, Hazen and Brady Roundtree each following with two.
Seth Daniels improved to 2-0 with the win, while T.J. Witham dropped to 3-1 with the loss.
In the nightcap, the Tigers again scored a pair in the first, but Anderson took an 8-2 lead with three in the first and five in the second. DePauw scored single runs in the third and fourth before Anderson scored one in the fourth to make it 9-4.
The Tigers sent 12 batters to the plate in the fifth and scored six for a 10-9 lead. They added two each in the sixth and seventh and the Ravens followed with one in the seventh.
Gardner and Wright each had three of DePauw's 14 hits, while Rob McPike, Sam Swafford and Berlyn had two each. McPike drove in four in the win. Anderson totaled 12 hits led by Garrett Stone's three and two each from Jarrett, Detty and Roundtree.
Joseph Wojda improved to 1-0 with the win, while Nate Wills dropped to 2-1.
DePauw hosts Rose-Hulman at 4 p.m. on Wednesday.