Gents fall in twinbill at No. 3 Trinity
Saturday, March 1, 2014
Centenary (3-8)
#3 Trinity University (10-1)
3/1/2014 | San Antonio, Texas | Attendance: 121
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Win: Speer (4-0) 6.030017
Loss: Paul Arcement (1-2) 1.254420
Nic Parrott (CENT) 301000
Preston LeJeune (CENT) 101000
Kody Carson (CENT) 201010
McEachern (TUBB) 302100
Muscarello (TUBB) 312200
Butler (TUBB) 412000
Bianchi (TUBB) 402200

SAN ANTONIO, Texas – The Centenary baseball dropped a doubleheader at No. 3 Trinity University on Saturday afternoon falling 10-0 and 4-2. The decisions give the Tigers a sweep in the series as Centenary falls to 3-10 overall.

The Gents’ offense was held in check during the twinbill as the Maroon and White managed eight hits through the two games. Kody Carson and Chris Jones each logged two hits to lead the squad. Preston LeJeune, Nic Parrott, Ethan Hyatt and Michael Schimpf provided the remaining hits.

Six hurlers took to the mound for Centenary as Holden Novak and Paul Arcement were saddled with losses. Novak tossed 3.1 frames in the night cap allowing four runs on six hits along with one walk. Arcement pitched a 1.2 innings as the starter in game one allowing four runs on five hits with two walks.

The Tigers’ pitching duo held Centenary to just three hits in the opener as the TU bats pounded out its run total of 13 hits as the team plated a run in each frame.

Centenary scratched across its two runs in the second contest recording runs in the fourth and sixth innings. Trailing 2-0 through three innings, the Maroon and White plated its first run as Parrott scored on a ground to nip the lead in half. TU answered with two runs in the bottom of the frame to extend its lead to 4-1. Jones became Centenary’s second run scoring on a Aaron Quantanilla sacrifice fly to to right field.

Centenary tallied five hits in the second contest while the Tigers added their four runs on seven hits.

Centenary returns to action on Wednesday, March 5 in a doubleheader against Texas College. First pitch is slated for 4 p.m.