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    Bison bats remain quiet through the top of the sixth. WIU facing new pitcher Tristan Roehrich in the bottom half and the Leathernecks promptly load the bases with no one out. They score a run on a fielder's choice, another one on a passed ball, and the 3rd run of the inning on a wild pitch to take 6-0 lead to the top of the 7th.
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    Leatherneck pitching walks in 2 runs in the top of the 7th and the Bison hold firm in the bottom half. 6-2 lead for WIU after 7.
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    Bison can't get the offense rolling and the win streak ends at 8, as they fall to the Leathernecks 6-2.

    WIU: 6 runs on 9 hits with 2 errors and 9 LOB
    NDSU: 2 runs on 3 hits with 2 errors and 9 LOB

    WP: Caden Kratz
    LP: Evan Sankey

    Next up for the Bison is a Tuesday game at the Minnesota Gophers.
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    Final series of the Summit Legue regular season vs Western Illinois begins with a weather delay on Thursday. Therefore, we will have a double feature today with games at 1:00 and 4:30. A sweep today gives the Bison their first regular season Summit League title and the number one seed in the conference tournament.

    From gobison.com :

    "SATURDAY IS SENIOR DAY
    Prior to the series finale on Saturday, NDSU will recognize nine seniors: Charley Hesse, Logan Williams, Calen Schwabe, Jake Drew, Evan Sankey, Riley Johnson, Jack Simonsen, Hunter Koep and Ben Smith.

    LAST TIME AGAINST THE LEATHERNECKS
    NDSU went 2-1 against Western Illinois in April after winning the first two games of the series and dropping the series finale. Druw Sackett posted a team-high five runs with four hits and three RBI in the series, while Cade Feeney tossed a team-high six strikeouts in the 6-4 win in game two over the Leathernecks.

    STACKING UP WINS
    The Bison enter the final week of the regular season with 28 total wins. With three games to play in the regular season, NDSU has the chance to reach the 30-win mark for only the seventh time in program history. The Bison have notched 30 or more wins in six seasons dating back to 1909, including a program record 42 wins last season. NDSU has also reached the 15-win mark for the second straight season and sixth time overall in conference play since joining the Summit League in 2008.

    THE BATS GOT HOT LAST WEEK
    The Bison totaled 41 hits in the series against Northern Colorado last week, including a season-high 21 in the 13-12 win over the Bears. It marked the most hits in a single game for NDSU since 2015.

    HITTING THE LONG BALL
    The Bison have connected on 44 home runs, which ranks second in the Summit League and seventh on the NDSU single-season list. Logan Williams is tied for first in the conference with 10 home runs, while Peter Brookshaw has added a career-high seven this season.

    LIGHTS OUT
    The Bison pitching staff has earned 15 saves this season, which ranks third on the NDSU all-time single-season list and leads the Summit League. Four different pitchers have contributed at least one save this season. Last season, NDSU set a program record with 27 total saves.

    LOOKIN' TO RUN
    NDSU has stolen 76 bases on 100 attempts this season, which ranks tied for second on the Bison all-time single-season list. Cadyn Schwabe is slotted fourth in the Summit League and has totaled a team-high 15 stolen bases on 19 attempts.

    BY THE NUMBERS
    NDSU is slotted second in the Summit League and 22nd in the nation in shutouts with four. The Bison pitching staff boasts a 4.67 ERA this season, which ranks third in the Summit League. NDSU also paces the conference and is positioned 27th in the country in sacrifice bunts with 31.

    NCBWA STOPPER OF THE YEAR MIDSEASON WATCH LIST
    Senior right-handed pitcher Jake Drew and junior right-handed pitcher Tristen Roehrich have been named to the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) Stopper of the Year Midseason Watch List. NDSU is one of only four schools in the nation with multiple players selected joining Michigan, Arizona and UCLA.

    Drew has made 16 appearances on the mound this season with a 3-0 overall record. He boasts a 0.00 ERA over 20.0 innings pitched. The Alexandria, Minn., native has notched a career-high seven saves this season, which is tied for fifth on the NDSU all-time single-season list. He has contributed 11 saves over five seasons, which ranks seventh on the NDSU all-time saves list.

    Drew assembled a streak of seven straight appearances from April 2 at Western Illinois to May 13 against Northern Colorado (7.5 innings) without allowing a hit. Additionally, he hasn't allowed a run in his last 12 appearances dating back to March 8 at Minnesota (15.0 innings).

    Roehrich has made 13 appearances this season with a 5-2 overall record. He has registered a 2.98 ERA over 42.1 innings. The West Fargo, N.D., native has fired a career-high 47 total strikeouts and has limited opponents to .231 batting average. Roehrich, who was named Summit League Pitcher of the Week on March 21, has also contributed a career-high five saves this season.

    LOVEN CLIMBS THE RANKS
    Max Loven has made 13 appearances on the bump this season and boasts a 6-4 overall record. He has fired 51 total strikeouts to increase his career total to 195, which positions him in fifth place on the all-time NDSU strikeout list. Loven has also totaled 241.0 innings pitched and is slotted in fifth place on the NDSU all-time innings pitched list. He's one of only nine players in program history to pitch in 200 innings or more.

    SCOUTING WESTERN ILLINOIS
    Western Illinois enters the weekend with a 7-42 (4-17 Summit) overall record and most recently fell short against Eastern Illinois on Tuesday night, 6-1. Bryan Rumping made the start on the mound and tossed three strikeouts over 2.0 innings.

    THE SERIES VS. WESTERN ILLINOIS
    NDSU has won six of the last seven meetings with Western Illinois and leads the all-time series, 44-39. In their most recent meeting earlier this season, the Leathernecks edged the Bison, 6-2, in the series finale. Evan Sankey got the start on the mound and tossed a game-high five strikeouts with one walk over 5.0 innings."
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    First game: Bison 8 Western 3

    503 In a row

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    Thanks, Road. A little more information on game 1.

    NDSU 8 runs on 12 hits with 1 error and 10 LOB
    WIU 3 runs on 9 hits with 1 error and 5 LOB

    WP: Max Loven (7-4)
    LP: Jace Warkentien (2-7)
    Save Tristen Roehrich (6)

    The Bison magic number for clinching the Summit League title is 1, as Oral Roberts has beaten SDSU 13-5.
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    Game 2 about to begin with Cade Feeney (5-3 5.02 ERA) on the mound for the Bison. He will be facing Chandler Fochs (2-7, 7.44 ERA) for the Leathernecks.
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    2022 Summit League regular season Champions!

    503 In a row

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    That means they’ll host the summit league tournament next year, correct? If so, hopefully the weather in 2023 will be conducive to a large turnout.

    Congrats guys, now go get the NCAA tourney bid this year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by land grant bison View Post
    That means they’ll host the summit league tournament next year, correct? If so, hopefully the weather in 2023 will be conducive to a large turnout.

    Congrats guys, now go get the NCAA tourney bid this year!
    Yep on hosting. Really fun to see NDSU BASEBALL getting better and competing.
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