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2003 Baseball Box Scores
 
Site  Date  Opponent                                                               Time
 H      4/12   Carleton                                                                  1:00

Last Year: Concordia 9, Carleton 3; Concordia 7, Carleton 5 (8 inn.)
 
 2003 Concordia Baseball Line Score
Game Two
Teams 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E
Carleton 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 6 3
Concordia 1 1 0 0 0 0 x 2 7 1
Derek Dormanen pitches the final two innings to pick up his 3rd save of the year.

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Cobbers Get Clutch, Two-Out Hits and Sweep Carleton 4-3, 2-1.
Bryan Romsa (So., Great Falls, Mont.) slides safely into third base after he advanced on a sacrifice bunt.  He later scored the game-winning run for Concordia in game 1 of their 2-game sweep over Carleton.

Series Recap -
(MOORHEAD)-- Concordia received clutch, two-out hitting from unlikely heroes - and swept Carleton 4-3, 2-1. The Cobbers scored all six runs on the day with two outs in the inning.  Concordia improves to 5-1 in the MIAC and has now won six of the past seven games. Carleton drops their fourth straight close game and falls to 1-5 in league play.

In the first game of the doubleheader, Concordia (13-9-1) spotted the Knights three runs in the second inning, and scratched four unanswered runs to prevail 4-3. Cobber starting pitcher Jeremy Hinderks (Jr., Renville, Minn./Renville County West HS) entered the game without giving up an earned run in 28.2 innings and had his streak snapped when Tony LePage and Noah Brenner hit back-to-back doubles to lead off the second frame. Carleton scored two more runs in the inning, as the Cobbers committed two costly errors to keep the inning from ending.

Concordia started the comeback in the bottom of the third when they scored twice. Both runs came with two outs in the inning. The big hit in the frame belonged to Ryan Hebrink (Jr., Sacred Heart, Minn./Renville County West HS) who tripled to center field. His hit plated Luther Kangas (Jr., Vadnais Heights, White Bear Lake HS), who had reached on an error to keep the inning alive. The Cobbers tacked on a lone run in the fourth inning when pinch-hitter Jack Dwyer (Jr., Bismarck, N.Dak./Shiloh Christian HS) singled through the left side and drove in Jim Johnson (Jr., Anoka, Minn./Anoka HS).

The game-winning run for Concordia came in the bottom of the sixth and again was delivered with two outs. After Bryan Romsa (So., Great Falls, Mont./Great Falls HS) doubled to lead off the inning, Ben Kvidt (Sr., Detroit Lakes, Minn./Detroit Lakes HS) laid down a sacrifice bunt to move Romsa to third. Dwyer struck out for the second out, and then Jesse Barnacle (Jr., Deer River, Minn./Deer River HS) singled to score the go-ahead run. Barnacle was the only Cobber with more than one hit in the game. He went 2-for-3, scored a run and had the key RBI.

Ben Phillips was the only Carleton player with more than one hit. He finished the game 2-for-3.

Derek Dormanen (Sr., Menahga, Minn./Menahga HS) pitched two scoreless inning in relief to pick up his third win of the season. Will Nissen pitched a complete game for the Knights. He scattered seven hits, struck out four and only allowed two earned runs.

In the second game, Concordia bolted to a 2-0 lead after two innings and then let three-headed pitching monster of Isaac Triebold (Sr., Oriska, N.Dak./Fargo South HS), Matt McLeod (So., Fargo, N.Da./Fargo South HS) and Dormanen shut the door on the Carleton offense. Triebold pitched the first four innings, gave up one run, five hits and struck out three. McLeod kept the Knights at bay for the fifth inning, allowing Bucky Burgau to get the ball in the hands of Dormanen. McLeod a single hit and struck out one. Dormanen cam on in the top of the sixth inning and pitched the final two innings without giving up a hit. He picked up his third save of the season. Dormanen was helped in the sixth inning by a spectacular defensive play from shortstop Nick Esala. After Dormanen hit Ben Cooprider, Luke Muellerleile hit a hard smash back up the middle of the infield. Esala got a great jump on the ball and was able to dive to his left, glove the ball and then flip it to second baseman Jesse Barnacle  to start an inning-ending 6-4-3 double play.

Once again Ben Phillips was the only Carleton hitter with more than one hit. He went 2-for-4 in the game and 4-for-7 for the doubleheader. Chris Siverson (Sr., Fargo, N.Dak./Fargo South HS) went 3-for-3 for the Cobbers and drove in the team's first run. Dormanen, who went hitless in the first game to break his five-game hitting streak, went 1-for-2 in the nightcap and drove in the game-winning run.

Concordia will host UM-Morris on Monday, April 14 at 4:00pm in a single, nine-inning game. The Cobbers will then play at Macalester on Wednesday, April 16 at 2:30.
 

Carleton College - 1 vs Concordia College - 2



Box Score


                        The Automated ScoreBook                  Carleton College at Concordia College                      Apr 12, 2003 at Moorhead, MN Carleton College 1 (3-14,1-5-0 MIAC) Name (Pos)                 AB  R  H RBI  BB SO PO  A Ben Phillips ss...........  4  0  2  0    0  2  0  3  Noah Brenner rf...........  3  0  1  0    0  0  1  0  Kyle Udseth lf............  3  0  0  0    0  2  1  0  Tony LePage p.............  2  1  1  0    1  0  1  2  Ben Cooprider c...........  2  0  1  0    0  0  5  1  Luke Muellerleile 3b......  2  0  0  1    0  0  0  3  Roddy Theobald 1b.........  3  0  0  0    0  0  6  1   Chris Parsons pr.......... 0  0  0  0    0  0  0  0  Xander Meadow 2b..........  2  0  1  0    0  0  4  1   Nate Flaherty ph.......... 1  0  0  0    0  0  0  0  Gunnar Stapp cf...........  2  0  0  0    0  1  0  0   Matt Bond ph.............. 1  0  0  0    0  1  0  0  Totals.................... 25  1  6  1    1  6 18 11  Concordia College 2 (13-9-1,5-1-0 MIAC) Name (Pos)                 AB  R  H RBI  BB SO PO  A Derek Dormanen 3b/p.......  2  0  1  1    2  0  1  3  Luther Kangas rf..........  4  0  0  0    0  1  2  0  Ryan Hebrink 1b...........  3  1  1  0    0  1  9  0  Ben Kvidt c...............  2  0  0  0    1  0  6  0  Chris Siverson cf.........  3  0  3  1    0  0  1  0  Jim Johnson lf............  3  0  0  0    0  1  0  0  Jack Dwyer dh.............  1  1  1  0    1  0  0  0   Bryan Romsa 3b............ 1  0  1  0    0  0  0  0  Nick Esala ss.............  1  0  0  0    0  1  0  3  Jesse Barnacle 2b.........  3  0  0  0    0  1  2  3  Isaac Triebold p..........  0  0  0  0    0  0  0  0   Matt McLeod p............. 0  0  0  0    0  0  0  0  Totals.................... 23  2  7  2    4  5 21  9  Score by innings:                   R  H  E ------------------------------------------- Carleton College      000 100 0  -  1  6  3 Concordia College     110 000    -  2  7  1 ------------------------------------------- E - Phillips 2, Stapp, Ry.Hebrink.  DP - Carleton 1, Concordia 2. LOB - Carleton 6, Concordia 9.  2B - LePage, Dwyer.  CS - Dormanen.  SH - Esala 2. SF - Muellerleile.  Carleton College       IP   H   R  ER  BB  SO  AB BF Tony LePage.........  6.0   7   2   1   4   5  23 29  Concordia College      IP   H   R  ER  BB  SO  AB BF Isaac Triebold......  4.0   5   1   1   1   3  15 17  Matt McLeod.........  1.0   1   0   0   0   1   4  4  Derek Dormanen......  2.0   0   0   0   0   2   6  7  Win - Triebold 2-2.  Loss - LePage 2-4.  Save - Dormanen (3). WP - Triebold, McLeod. PB - Cooprider, Kvidt.  HBP - by Dormanen (Cooprider).  Umpires -  Start: 3:00   Time: 1:50   Attendance: 120 Game 2 of doubleheader.

Play-by-play


                        The Automated ScoreBook                  Carleton College at Concordia College                      Apr 12, 2003 at Moorhead, MN Score by innings:                   R  H  E ------------------------------------------- Carleton College      000 100 0  -  1  6  3 Concordia College     110 000    -  2  7  1 ------------------------------------------- Carleton College inning 1   Phillips struck out looking (1-2).  Brenner singled to center field (2-2).    Udseth struck out swinging (1-2).  Brenner advanced to second on a wild   pitch.  LePage walked (3-1).  Cooprider reached on a fielder's choice (0-2);   LePage advanced to second; Brenner out at third 3b unassisted.  0 runs, 1   hit, 0 errors, 2 LOB. Concordia College inning 1   Dormanen grounded out to ss (2-1).  Kangas grounded out to p (2-1).    Ry.Hebrink reached on an error by ss (0-0).  Kvidt walked (3-0); Ry.Hebrink   advanced to second.  Siverson singled to right center, advanced to second on   the throw, RBI (2-1); Kvidt advanced to second, advanced to third on an   error by cf; Ry.Hebrink scored, unearned.  Johnson flied out to lf (0-1).  1   run, 1 hit, 2 errors, 2 LOB. Carleton College inning 2   Muellerleile grounded out to ss (2-2).  Theobald flied out to rf (1-2).    Meadow singled to third base, bunt (0-1).  Stapp struck out swinging (2-2).    0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 1 LOB. Concordia College inning 2   Dwyer doubled to left center (0-0).  Esala struck out swinging (3-2).    Barnacle grounded out to p (0-2); Dwyer advanced to third.  Dormanen singled   to center field, RBI (0-0); Dwyer scored.  Dormanen out at second c to 2b,   caught stealing.  1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB. Carleton College inning 3   Phillips singled to right field (0-0).  Brenner grounded into double play 3b   to 2b to 1b (2-2); Phillips out on the play.  Udseth grounded out to ss   (3-2).  0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 0 LOB. Concordia College inning 3   Kangas out at first 1b to p (3-2).  Ry.Hebrink struck out swinging (3-2).    Kvidt reached on an error by ss (3-2).  Kvidt advanced to second on a passed   ball.  Siverson singled to right field (2-1); Kvidt advanced to third.    Johnson struck out looking (1-2).  0 runs, 1 hit, 1 error, 2 LOB. Carleton College inning 4   LePage doubled down the lf line (1-0).  Cooprider singled to right field   (0-0); LePage advanced to third.  Muellerleile flied out to cf, SF, RBI   (3-1); LePage scored.  Theobald fouled out to 1b (2-1).  Meadow grounded out   to 3b, bunt (1-1).  1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors, 1 LOB. Concordia College inning 4   Dwyer walked (3-2).  Esala grounded out to 3b, SAC, bunt (0-1); Dwyer   advanced to second.  Barnacle flied out to rf (1-2).  Dormanen intentionally   walked (3-0).  Kangas reached on a fielder's choice (2-2); Dormanen out at   second ss to 2b.  0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 2 LOB. Carleton College inning 5   McLeod to p for Triebold.  Stapp grounded out to 1b unassisted (1-1).    Phillips singled to second base (3-2).  Phillips advanced to second on a   wild pitch.  Brenner grounded out to 2b (1-1); Phillips advanced to third.    Udseth struck out swinging (1-2).  0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 1 LOB. Concordia College inning 5   Ry.Hebrink singled to left field (3-2).  Kvidt reached on a fielder's choice   (0-2); Ry.Hebrink out at second 3b to 2b.  Siverson singled to right center   (0-1); Kvidt advanced to second.  Johnson grounded into double play ss to 2b   to 1b (0-0); Siverson out on the play.  0 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors, 1 LOB. Carleton College inning 6   Dormanen to p.  / for McLeod.  Romsa to 3b for Dwyer.  LePage grounded out   to p (1-1).  Cooprider hit by pitch (0-0).  Muellerleile grounded into   double play ss to 2b to 1b (1-1); Cooprider out on the play.  0 runs, 0   hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB. Concordia College inning 6   Romsa singled to shortstop (1-2).  Esala grounded out to 3b, SAC, bunt   (1-0); Romsa advanced to second.  Barnacle struck out looking (0-2).    Dormanen intentionally walked (3-0).  Kangas struck out looking (0-2).  0   runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 2 LOB. Carleton College inning 7   Theobald reached on an error by 1b (1-2).  Parsons pinch ran for Theobald.    Flaherty pinch hit for Meadow.  Flaherty flied out to rf (2-1).  Bond pinch   hit for Stapp.  Parsons advanced to second on a passed ball.  Bond struck   out swinging (3-2).  Phillips struck out swinging (0-2).  0 runs, 0 hits, 1   error, 1 LOB. Game 2 of doubleheader.
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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