Houston vs USF Game 2 (W 1-0)


(Patrick) #1


(Patrick) #2

At the game again tonight so updates after scores mostly.


(Patrick) #3

Real cold by the way


(Patrick) #4

Ump has a huge strike zone. High, low, in, out, doesn’t matter. Better be swinging tonight.


(Patrick) #5

After 3
No score

Fletcher has 5Ks and has only given up a HBP

Bielo’s the only one to get on for the Coogs with a single last inning, but was caught stealing to end the inning.


(Patrick) #6

Coogs walk it off in the 9th after loading th bases with no outs. Davis K’d and then Slaughter singles through the right side.

Fletcher was nails again and shut out USF through 8 with 11 K before Henry shut the door in the 9th.

Go for a series win tomorrow.


(Butch) #7

Fletcher was lights out against a very good hitting USF team…one run isn’t going to win many games, but let’s be thankful this time it was enough…


(Patrick) #8

HOUSTON HITS

Jared Triolo has reached base in 29 straight games and has a hit in 15 straight.
Lael Lockhart Jr. has reached base in 16 straight games.
Aaron Fletcher fanned 11 for a career-high, surpassing his previous best of nine vs. Memphis on March 24.
Houston recorded its fourth shutout of the year.
Houston has played 12 1-run games this season (6-6).
The Cougars have earned a walkoff win in five games this season.

TOP OFFENSIVE PLAYERS
Nick Slaughter | 1x1, RBI
Connor Hollis | 2x4, R
Jared Triolo | 1x4
Tyler Bielamowicz | 1x3
Ron Brown | 1x2

Nick Slaughter delivered the game-winner in his only at-bat on the night. He produced an RBI-single into right field.

Connor Hollis led the way with a two-hit day and scored the winning run after reaching base with a single to open the ninth. Jared Triolo extended his team-leading on-base streak to 29 games with a single in the ninth.

PITCHING BREAKDOWN
Aaron Fletcher | 8.0 IP, 5 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 11 K
[W] Carter Henry | 1.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 2 K

Houston starter Aaron Fletcher worked 8.0 scoreless innings and struck out a career-high 11 hitters, while walking just one and only surrendering five hits.

He was lights out in his eighth start of the year, going on to lower his season ERA to an impressive 1.03.

Sophomore reliever Carter Henry took over with one runner on in the top of the ninth with no outs and induced a ground out and finished with a pair of strikeouts to keep the game at a 0-0 stalemate. He went on to earn the win with the walkoff, improving to 2-0 on the season.


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(Patrick) #11

Man, I missed the end of this because my middle son decided to vault one of the wheelchair ramps and sprained his ankle around the 5th inning.