17-24 (.415) Overall
|May 7 @ St.
State's season came to an end with an 11-5 loss to St.
Vincent in the AMC Qualifying Tournament. Trailing
11-2 in the 9th inning, SSU attempted to mount a
Jeremy Wilson led off the inning with a double.
Dan Wiemer followed with a single. Wilson scored and
Wiemer advanced to 3rd on a single by Aaron
Wiemer scored on a single by Dan Wysong.
Jeff Tillman singled home Morrison after a stikeout
by Ted Tom.
Andy Malone was hit by a pitch to load the bases,
following a flyout to center field by Nick Wayne.
The rally ended on a groundout to shortstop by Brent
Shawnee State held a 2-0 lead going into the bottom of the 3rd
The Bearcats exploded for 11 runs in the inning on 7
hits, 4 walks, and one hit batter.
Scott Lynd (2-2) took the loss as he allowed 7 runs
on 4 hits in 2 1/3 innings.
He walked 5 and hit a batter.
Matt Thompson gave up 4 runs on 4 hits in 2/3 of an
Seth Morrison and Jeff Tillman combined to work the
final 5 innings.
Kevin Brogan (6-0) picked up the win as he allowed 2
runs on 3 hits in 5 innings.
Kip Watkins worked the final 4 innings to pick up the
Jeff Tillman was 3-5 with an RBI for the Bears.
Nick Wayne and Jeremy Wilson had 2 hits apiece.
Wayne hit his 6th homerun of the season
and Wilson added a triple.
|May 6 @ St.
State lost its opening game of the AMC Qualifying Tournament
to St. Vincent College by a score of 9-6. Shawnee
State jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the top of the 1st inning
on a 2-run homer by Nick Wayne. St. Vincent answered
with 2 runs in the bottom of the inning. The Bearcats
moved ahead for good when they took a 5-4 lead in the 4th
inning. Jeff Tillman was 3-5 in the game with a
homerun and 2 runs scored. Ted Tom added 2 hits, 1
run, and 1 RBI. St. Vincent's Joe Pichler had 2 solo
homeruns. Dan Consuegra was 3-5 with a homerun and 3
RBI. Brian Hines (4-5), starting his 3rd game in 9
days, took the loss as he allowed 7 runs (5 earned) on 12
hits in 4 1/3 innings. St. Vincent added 2 runs off
Brandon Conn in 2 2/3 innings. Jeremiah Scott (5-3)
picked up the win for St. Vincent. He allowed 6 runs
on 8 hits in 8 innings. Kip Watkins worked the 9th
inning to earn his first save of the season.
|May 3 vs.
State University split a double-header with Cedarville University.
won the opener 9-1.
The victory is just Cedarville’s second in 26 games versus
David Snow (1-4) picked up the win as he allowed just 1 run
on 4 hits.
Brent Johnson (1-3) took the loss.
He allowed 6 runs on 7 hits in 3+ innings.
Cedarville added 3 runs in 2 1/3 innings off of Aaron
Garret Benton pitched 1 2/3 scoreless innings for the Bears.
Shawnee State’s lone run came off an RBI double by Andy
Malone in the 4th inning.
Shawnee State won the nightcap 4-3.
The Bears scored 3 runs in the 1st inning thanks
to an error and 2 walks surrendered by Cedarville.
A single from R.J. Niemer in the 3rd inning scored
Jeff Tillman to give the Bears a 4-0 lead.
Brian Hines (4-4) worked 5 2/3 innings to pick up the win.
He allowed 2 runs on 5 hits.
He struck out 4 and did not allow a walk.
Jeff Tillman picked up his first save of the season as he
worked the final 1 1/3 innings allowing 1 unearned run on 3 hits.
Andrew Noble (1-3) took the loss for Cedarville.
He allowed 4 runs (1 earned) on just 2 hits in 4 innings.
He walked 5 and did not record a strikeout.
|April 30 vs.
State swept a double-header from Cedarville University.
SSU won the opener by a score of 3-2.
Brian Hines (3-4) picked up the complete-game
He allowed 2 runs on 9 hits while striking out 3 and
Shawnee State had solo homeruns by Jeremy
Wilson (1) and Jeff Tillman (2).
Tillman, Nick Wayne, and Jared Perdue had two hits
apiece in the game.
Scott Tarvin (0-4) was tagged with the loss.
Shawnee State won the nightcap 5-4 in 10 innings.
SSU wasted a great performance on the mound by Scott
Lynd left the game with a 4-2 lead one out into the 7th
Matt Thompson gave up 2 hits allowing Cedarville to
tie the game at 4. Seth
Morrison worked a scoreless 7th inning and
Brandon Conn (2-1) allowed 2 hits through 2 innings to pick
up the win.
Shawnee State took a 3-0 lead in the 1st
inning off of Andy Malone’s second homerun of the season.
A solo shot by Jarred Perdue in the 6th
inning gave the Bears a 4-1 cushion.
Nick Wayne hit his 5th homerun of the
season leading off the 10th inning to give the
Bears the win.
Bryan Metcalf (1-3) was tagged with the loss.
|April 24 @ Mt.
State lost a double header to Mt. Vernon Nazarene. Mt.
Vernon won the opener 7-6. Aaron Morrison (0-4) worked
2 innings, allowing 5 runs on 7 hits. Brent Johnson
held MVNU to 2 runs on 5 hits over the remaining 4 innings.
SSU had 2 hits each from Jeff Tillman, Brent Johnson, and
Andy Malone. Malone hit his first homerun of the year
in the 4th inning. Jason Irish (5-2) picked up the win
for the Cougars. Mike
Laughlin (7-1) tossed his 3rd shutout of the season to give
Mt. Vernon the 4-0 win in the nightcap. Scott Lynd
(2-1) was tagged with the loss. He allowed 4 runs
(none earned) on 5 hits in 4 innings of work. Shawnee
State committed 3 errors while getting just 2 hits in the
23 @ Mt. Vernon
Shawnee State split a
double-header with AMC leading Mt. Vernon Nazarene
Shawnee State won the opener by a score of 4-0 in 14
Hines (SSU) and Adam Rowe (MVN) each threw 11 scoreless
innings before giving way to their respective bullpens.
Hines allowed 3 hits and 3 base on balls while
striking out seven. Rowe
allowed r hits and struck out eight.
Scott Lynd (2-0) picked up the win in relief.
He worked 3 innings and allowed 3 hits.
Derek Morey (2-2) was tagged with the loss as he
allowed 4 runs on 8 hits over 3 innings of work.
SSU belted out 4 hits to score 4 times in the 14th
Bears had RBI singles by Jared Perdue, Nick Wayne, and Andy
Mt. Vernon won the nightcap 8-1.
Matt Thompson (2-5) was tagged with the loss as he
allowed 6 runs on 8 hits in 5 innings.
Nick Schwatz (4-4) picked up the complete game
victory as he allowed just 1 run on 5 SSU hits.
Jared Perdue and Dan Wiemer had 2 hits apiece for the
Clarey hit a pair of 2-run homeruns for the Panthers.
18 vs. Ohio Dominican
State split a double-header with Ohio Dominican University.
Ohio Dominican clobbered SSU by a score of 20-4 in the opening game.
The Panthers jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first inning.
SSU answered with 2 runs in the bottom of the first and
another run in the second to tie the game at three.
Ohio Dominican proceeded to score 9 runs in the top of the
The Panthers added 4 runs in each of the next 2 innings.
Jeff Tillman (2-2) took the loss.
He allowed 10 runs on 7 hits in 2 2/3 innings.
He walked 6 and did not strike out a batter.
Seth Morrison worked 2 1/3 innings allowing 10 runs (6
earned) on 14 hits.
He did not record a base on balls or a strike out.
Shawnee State had 5 h its in the game including doubles from
Tillman, Brent Johnson, and Dan Wysong. Shawnee
State bounced back to take the nightcap 11-10 in 9 innings.
Shawnee State held a 7-6 lead going into the 7th
inning, but ODU’s Aaron Yorde smacked a single up the middle to
scored Nick Assmann from 2nd base sending the game to
Ohio Dominican came up with 6 hits to score 3 runs in the top
of the 9th inning.
Shawnee State benefited from 4 walks surrendered by
ODU’s Justin Boudler in the bottom of the 9th to make
it a 10-8 game.
With two outs and the bases loaded, Jeremey Wilson hit his 3rd
double of the game to clear the bases and give the Bears the
victory. Brian Hines (2-4) worked 3 innings in relief to pick
up the win. Justin Boudler (3-1) was tagged with the loss.
17 vs. Ohio Dominican
State lost a double-header to Ohio Dominican University by
scores of 9-5 and 8-7. ODU jumped out to a 3-0
lead in the top of the 1st inning in the opener
on a 3-run homer by Angel Lopez.
SSU’s Brian Hines (1-4) settled down and allowed
just 3 hits through the next 5 innings.
Ohio Dominican’s Jonathon Sanchez allowed just 1
SSU hit through the first four innings.
SSU scored twice in the 5th after Sanchez
hit 1 batter and walked 2.
Ryan Rowland scored on a Ted Tom sacrifice fly, and
Dan Wysong scored on a ground out by Jeff Tillman.
The Bears scored 3 more runs off Justin Boudler (3-0)
in the 6th inning.
SSU had RBI hits from Tillman, Dan Wiemer, and Jeremy
lead was short lived as ODU scored 6 runs in the top of the
rally was capped by a grand slam homerun by Kyle Moore.
Ohio Dominican jumped out to another 1st inning
lead as Angel Lopez hit his second homerun of the day.
The Bears scored a 1st inning run of their
own as Ted Tom scored on an error by ODU first baseman Kyle
Panthers tacked on 3 runs in the second and 1 in the third
to chase SSU starter, Matt Thompson (2-4).
ODU would score 3 runs off reliever Scott Lynd over
the next 2 innings. SSU
scored 4 times in the 5th inning including 2 runs
on a Dan Wysong single. The
Bears pulled to within 8-7 on a Dan Wiemer sacrifice fly in
the 6th inning.
SSU appeared to score the tying run in the ensuing at
Perdue, pinch running for R. J. Niemer, attempted to steal
second base. Nick
Wayne broke for home on the throw to second.
Wayne was called out due to malicious contact with
ODU catcher, Brett Counts, who was blocking the plate
resulting in a hard collision.
Counts took exception with the contact and was
ejected from the game.
Wayne was ejected on the dubious malicious contact
McCarthy closed out the game for ODU to pick up the save.
10 @ Tiffin
State split a double-header with Tiffin University.
Aaron Morrison (0-3) took the loss in the opener on Saturday
as the Dragons defeated SSU 8-3.
Morrison allowed 8 runs on 8 hits and 7 walks.
SSU had 2 hits each from Ted Tom and Brent Johnson.
Chris Johnson (3-5) picked up the win for the
salvaged a split in the series with a 5-2 win in game 2
Jeff Tillman (2-1) got the win as he allowed just 2
runs on 2 hits.
He allowed 1 walk and struck out 3 batters.
He also had a hit and a run scored on the day.
Brent Johnson and Nick Wayne had 2 hits apiece.
Wayne Drove in 3 runs on the day.
Justin Billett (4-3) took the loss for the Dragons.
9 @ Tiffin
State split a double-header with Tiffin University. Tiffin
won the opener by a score of 6-3.
Brian Hines (1-3) took the loss as he allowed 6 runs
on 10 hits.
He walked 2 and struck out 3.
Shawnee State managed 8 hits on the day including an
RBI double by Nick Wayne.
Kurt Rammel had 3 hits and 2 RBI for Tiffin.
Ryan Disbennett (2-4) picked up the win for the
Shawnee State picked up the 2-1 win in the nightcap on
Matt Thompson (2-3) picked up the win.
He allowed 1 on run on just 3 hits.
He walked 4 and struck out 5.
Nick Wayne was 3-3 with a run scored in the game.
The Bears collected 8 hits as a team.
Nate Long (2-2) was the victim of bad defense as he
gave up 2 unearned runs on 3 Tiffin errors.
8 @ Marietta
State lost to Marietta College 15-5. Seth
Morrison (2-1) picked up his first loss of the year. He
pitched 6 innings allowing 10 hits, 10 runs, and striking
out 3 Pioneer batters. Brent Johnson relieved Morrison to
finish out the last 2 innings, giving up 3 hits and striking
out 3 batters. Johnson contributed offensively with 3 hits
and 1 run. Ryan Rowland added 2 hits, while scoring once and
driving in a run. 5 other Bears had 1 hit in the loss.
Marietta was led offensively from Justin Steranka who was
3-4 with a home run, triple, 4 runs scored, 2 RBI, and 2
stolen bases. Mike Ulle helped in the win by delivering 3
hits and 2 RBI.
6 @ Kentucky State
State swept a double-header from Kentucky State
University. SSU won
the opening game 13-3. Jeff Tillman (1-1) picked up his
first victory in a Bears uniform. Tillman allowed only 1
earned run while striking out 5 Thorobred batters.
Garrett Benton allowed 1 run and 1 hit, in the final 2
innings pitched. Dan Wiemer was a perfect 4-4, with 4
runs scored and an RBI. Jeremy Wilson, who saw his
first action as a Bear contributed by smacking two hits and
scoring 4 runs. The big power came off the bat of senior
Brent Johnson. Johnson went 3-5, with 3 RBI, 2 runs
scored and a pair of home runs. Ryan Rowland helped in the
cause by banging out 3 hits, and 3 RBI. SSU
completed the sweep with a 7-1 victory over the Thorobreds
in the nightcap. Scott Lynd (1-0), who has been used
primarily in relief, was given the opportunity to make his
starting pitching debut. Scott threw a complete game
no -hitter, striking out 10 Thorobred batters. The
Bears did allow 1 KSU run due to consecutive errors in the
7th inning. Jeff
Tillman was 2-3, with two runs scored, an RBI, and 2 stolen
bases. Ted Tom added a hit, a run scored and an RBI. Brent
Johnson, who already hit a pair of home runs in the first
game capped of the second game with 2 more home runs,
bringing his total to 4 home runs on the day.
4 @ Urbana
State lost a double-header to Urbana University. SSU
lost the opener 4-2. Matt Thompson (1-3) took
the loss as he allowed 4 runs on 7 hits over 6
innings. Jeff Tillman had 2 hits for the 3rd straight
game. Brent Johnson and Nick Wayne had singles for the
only other SSU hits. SSU
lost the night cap 5-4. Tyler Saxton (1-1) was tagged
with the blown save and the loss as he gave up 2 runs in the
bottom of the 7th inning. The Bears tallied 6 hits in
the game including a homerun by Jared Perdue.
3 @ Urbana
State split a double-header with Urbana University.
SSU lost the opening game by a score of 8-6. Aaron
Morrison (0-2) took the loss as he allowed 7 runs on 6 hits
in 4.2 innings. He walked 3 and struck out 4.
Seth Morrison allowed 1 run as he worked the final 1.1
innings. SSU out hit Urbana 9-8. Jeff Tillman,
Ted Tom, and Nick Wayne had 2 hits apiece for the Bears.
Brian Hines (2-2) picked up the win in the second game on
Friday. He allowed 2 runs on 4 hits in 6
innings. He struck out 5 and did not walk a
batter. Dan Wysong, Jeff Tillman, Dan Weimer, and Ryan
Rowland had 2 hits each in the game. Kole Hargrave and
Nick Wayne each had a homerun.
25 vs. Bethel (@ Florida Gulf Coast)
State lost a double-header to Bethel College by scores of
2-1 and 12-2. Aaron Morrison took the loss in the
opener. He allowed 2 runs (1 earned) on 4 hits over 6
innings. He struck out 2 and walked 3. Jared
Perdue had 2 hits and a run scored. Jeff Tillman took
the loss in the 2nd game. He allowed 11 runs (9
earned) on 7 hits over 5 innings. He walked 5 and
struck out 3. Tillman, Perdue, Dan Wysong, and Dan
Wiemer had 1 hit each.
23 vs. Embry Riddle (@ Florida Gulf Coast)
State lost a 4-0 decision to the #1 ranked Embry Riddle
University. Matt Thompson took the loss as he allowed
4 runs (all unearned) on 3 hits and 3 bases on balls.
Shawnee State managed 4 hits in the game, 2 by Nolan
Crabtree. Brent Johnson went 0-3 snapping a 13-game
23 vs. William Woods (@ Florida Gulf Coast)
State lost a 5-0 decision to William Woods to snap a 2-game
win streak. The game was a scoreless tie through 7
innings when William Woods broke through with 5 runs in the
top of the 8th inning. SSU starter Brian Hines allowed
just 2 hits through 7 innings. William Woods scored 5
runs on 5 hits in the final frame. The Bears did not
get their only hit of the game until a Brent Johnson single
in the 7th inning. Johnson's hit extended his streak
to 13 games.
22 vs. William Woods (@ Florida Gulf Coast)
State defeated William Woods 12-2. Tyler Saxton picked
up his first collegiate win as he allowed 2 runs (1 earned)
on 4 hits over 5 innings. He struck out 3 and walked
5. Ted Tom and Dan Wiemer had 2 hits apiece.
Brent Johnson had a hit to extend his streak to 12
games. Tom and Johnson had 2 RBI each. Wiemer
drove in 3 runs.
22 vs. Calvin (@ Florida Gulf Coast)
State snapped a 3-game skid with a 15-5 victory over Calvin
College. Brent Johnson picked up the complete game
victory. He allowed 5 runs, all earned, on 11 hits
over 7 innings. He walked 5 and struck out 5.
Nick Wayne was 4-4 in the game with 3 runs scored. Dan
Wiemer, Brent Johnson, and Jared Perdue had 3 hits
apiece. Andy Malone and Nolan Crabtree each had 2 hits
and 4 RBI.
20 @ Florida Gulf Coast
State lost a double-header to Florida Gulf Coast University
by scores of 3-0 and 9-0 on the opening day of the Florida
Gulf Coast Invitational. Brian Hines took the loss in
the opener as he allowed 3 runs (2 earned) on 5 hits in 6
innings of work. He walked 4 and struck out six.
The Bears out hit FGC 7-5, but could not manage to scratch
the scoring column. Matt Thompson worked the second
game. He allowed 6 runs (4 earned) on 6 hits over 5
innings. He struck out 4 and did not walk a
batter. Scott Lynd worked the final 3 innings and gave
up 3 runs on five hits. Shawnee State managed 6 hits
in the game. Three came off the bat of Brent Johnson
extending his hitting streak to 10 games.
14 vs. Walsh
State split a double-header with Walsh University. SSU
won the opener 11-8.
Seth Morrison (2-0) picked up the win.
He worked 4 innings allowing 7 runs on 9 hits and 3
Matt Thompson worked the final 3 innings to pick up
his first save of the season.
He allowed 1 run on 2 hits.
He did not walk a batter.
SSU had homeruns from Nick Wayne (1) and Nolan
In all, the Bears collected 13 hits in the game,
including 3 from Jeremy Jakubowski.
Ted Tom and Dan Wysong had 2 hits apiece.
Kuchenski took the loss for Walsh as he allowed 8
runs on 6 hits in 2 1/3 innings. SSU
took a 9-6 lead in the bottom of the 5th inning
of the final game of the series.
Walsh then scored 4 runs in the top of the 6th
inning to secure the 10-9 Cavaliers win.
Brent Johnson worked the final 1 2/3 innings and
absorbed the loss.
Tyler Saxton gave up 9 runs (7 earned) over 5 1/3
innings for the Bears in his first collegiate start.
Ted Tom, Jeremy Jakubowski, Dan Wysong, and R. J.
Niemer had 2 hits apiece for SSU.
Tom, Wysong, and Niemer drove in 2 runs each.
13 vs. Walsh
split a double header with Walsh University. Brent
Johnson hit a walk-off 2-run homerun in the bottom of the 7th
inning to cap a comeback from a 5-0 deficit and give the
Bears a 6-5 win in the opener.
Brandon Conn (1-0) picked up the win in relief as he
pitched a perfect inning in the 7th.
Brian Hines started the game.
He allowed 5 runs (2 earned) on 7 hits over 6.0
He walked 4 and struck out 4.
Steiner took the loss for Walsh.
Ted Tom, Dan Wiemer, Nolan Crabtree, Brent Johnson,
and R. J. Niemer had one hit apiece for the Bears.
won the second game in a slugfest by a score of 13-12.
The Cavaliers jumped out to an 8-0 lead as they
scored 7 runs in the top of the 3rd inning.
SSU responded with 9 runs in the bottom of the
SSU held a 10-9 lead going into the 7th
inning, but Walsh scored 3 runs inn the inning off of
reliever Brandon Conn.
The Bears scored twice in the bottom of the 7th
to send the game to extra innings.
Walsh added yet another run off of Conn (1-1) in the
top of the 8th.
Lahna pitched 2 scoreless innings to pick up the win
Brent Johnson was 3-3 in the game with 4 RBI and 2
Jeremy Jakubowski and Nick Wayne were each 2-5 in the
Jakubowski drove in 3 runs and Wayne drove in 2.
8 vs. Rio Grande
Shawnee State University Baseball Team split a double-header
with the University of Rio Grande. Shawnee State
picked up the 1-0 win in the opener behind Seth Morrison’s
Morrison allowed a lead-off hit in the top of the
first to Gabe DeVono.
He would allow two more base runners (one base on
balls and a hit batter) the rest of the game.
He struck out seven.
Dan Wysong led off the 6th inning with a
double and then scored on a Ted Tom single. Rio Grande
picked up the win in the nightcap to avoid the series sweep.
Brent Johnson (0-1) took the loss as he gave up 4
runs on 5 hits in 3 2/3 innings.
Tyler Saxton pitched 2 1/3 innings of scoreless
Rio Grande added 2 runs off Scott Lynd in the 6th
Gabe DeVono and Brent Ewing had 2 hits apiece for
Shawnee State managed just 4 hits, all singles.
7 vs. Rio Grande
| The Shawnee
State University Baseball Team opened the 2004 season with a
double-header sweep of the University of Rio Grande.
The Bears won the opening game 3-1 behind the arm of Brian
(1-0) allowed1 earned run on 6 hits over 7 innings.
He struck out 7 and walked 5.
SSU jumped on top with 2 runs in the bottom of the
first inning. The
Bears scored on an RBI single by Brent Johnson and a Rio
Grande error off the bat of Jeremy Jakubowski.
Rio scored on a double by H.A. Scott in the 3rd
Bears added an insurance run on an RBI single by Seth Myers
in the 4th inning.
Nate Chau (2-2) took the loss for Rio. Rio
Grande scored 2 runs in the first inning and 3 in the 5th
to take a 5-0 lead in the nightcap.
Rio’s Kevin Hale (3-2) allowed just one SSU hit
through the first 4 innings and then the wheels fell off.
The Bears scored 7 times in the 5th inning
on 5 hits and 3 walks.
The big blow was a base clearing triple by Nolan
Thompson (1-0) allowed 5 runs on 12 hits.
He struck out 6 and walked 2.