Silver Glove Series starts Tuesday (L 9-0)

Top 4th
Flyout to right, Monacy error, Flyout to left, 4 pitch walk, double to right scores another…Owls lead 9-0
K swinging gets the Coogs out of any further damage

M4…Rice leads 9-0


Be nice to get a baserunner

Bottom 4th
Wong Ks swinging
Padgett Ks swinging
Davis grounds out to short

T5…Rice leads 9-0

Top 5th
Slaughter in at C, Wong to RF, Lockhart to 1B - Monacy departs
Groundout to short, flyout to left, and 2 singles end the night for Pulido
Bielamowicz on now
4 pitch walk loads the bases
Popout to short ends the inning

M5…Rice leads 9-0


Pulido goes 2.0IP 3H 1R 0ER 1BB 2K

Durp

Bottom 5th
Scheiner on due to the shortstop booting the ball (hey, a runner)
And then Julks grounds into a 6-4-3 double play :rage:
Triolo grounds out to the pitcher

T6…Rice leads 9-0

Top 6th
Popout to 2nd, groundout to short, K

M6…Rice leads 9-0

Bottom 6th
Lockhart reaches on a throwing error by the 3B (another runner!)
Slaughter hit by a pitch (another runner!!), Lockhart to 2nd
Graham pulls Jefferies after a 1-0 count to Hollis - Leaves with a no-hitter
Hollis flies out to deep right, Lockhart tags and goes to 3rd
Wong grounds into a 6-4-3 double play (facepalm emoji)

T7…Rice leads 9-0

Top 7th
Flyout to right, groundout to short, groundout to 2nd

M7…Rice leads 9-0

Bottom 7th
Padgett singles to right - 1st hit of the night
Davis pops up to 2nd
Scheiner K’s swinging
Julks singles to center, Padgett to 2nd
Triolo K’s swinging

T8…Rice leads 9-0

Top 8th
Etzel to RF for Padgett, Wong to CF
K and 2 groundouts to 2nd

M8…Rice leads 9-0


Bielamowicz has been dealing.

Bottom 8th
New pitcher for Rice
Lockhart K’s swinging
Slaughter singles to left
Slaughter to 2nd on a wild pitch
Hollis hit by a pitch
Wong grounds into a 6-4-3 double play

T9…Rice leads 9-0

Top 9th
Nolan Bond on in relief for Bielamowicz
Groundout to 3rd, double, infield single, K, flyout to center

M9…Rice leads 9-0


Bielamowicz line: 3.1IP 0H 0R 0ER 1BB 2K

Bottom 9th
New pitcher for Rice
Etzel hit by a pitch
New pitcher for Rice
Davis Ks swinging
Scheiner reaches on an error by the catcher, Etzel to 2nd
Julks Ks looking
Triolo pops out to the right side

Coogs lose: 9-0

That was pretty embarassing

Disappointing.
Here comes our conference swoon.

Thank you Romero.

I wonder if they just kicked him off the team, would the team refocus, and move on.

I wouldn’t blame all of this on Romero, you’re facing a team that gives up 6 runs a game and get a total of 3 hits and were no-hit by the Rice starter. Sure, you have Cumbie going instead of Henry, but you aren’t going to win if you can’t score runs.

Offense is a problem again and ECU has some solid starters that they are bringing to Houston this weekend.

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Yep, they should have.

Dangerous weekend with how we’re playing. ECU has their backs against the wall at 0-3, and there doesn’t seem to be much heart in this team.

Agree,…I just hope Cumbie replacing Romero and this loss to Rice will give the team the spark they need to get things going in the right direction.

It seems like we ground into an absurd number of double plays and strand an even more absurd number of runners. We have to find some clutch hitting somewhere.

http://www.uhcougars.com/sports/m-basebl/recaps/040417aaa.html

Top Offensive Players
Grayson Padgett | 1x3
Corey Julks | 1x4
Nick Slaughter | 1x1

The Cougars were held hitless until Grayson Padgett broke up the no-no with a single to open the bottom of the seventh. Houston went on to post three hits with Padgett, Julks, and Slaughter all reaching via the base knock.

Houston reached on three Rice errors, but three double plays would erase any chance of a Cougar rally.

Pitching Breakdown:
Carter Henry | 0.2 IP, 6 H, 7 R, 1 BB, 0 K
Brayson Hurdsman | 2.0 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 0 BB, 1 K
Joey Pulido | 2.0 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 2 K
Tyler Bielamowicz | 3.1 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 2 K
Nolan Bond | 1.0 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 1 K

Freshman starter Carter Henry made his second start of his young career and left after 0.2 innings of work, after Rice jumped out to a 7-0 run on six hits early off the righty. He would fall to 2-1 on the year with the loss.

_Houston used relievers Brayson Hurdsman and Joey Pulido, who managed to work around an inherited jam, keeping Rice to just one earned run over the next 4.0 innings. _

Freshman Tyler Bielamowicz was the bright spot on the bump Tuesday as the lefty went a career-long 3.1 shutout innings, not allowing a hit to Rice, while striking out a pair.

He handed the ball over to sophomore Nolan Bond, who tossed a scoreless ninth.

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