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College baseball: UWS swept in Arizona

Wisconsin-Superior dropped a pair of nonconference baseball games Wednesday in Tucson, Ariz., falling 4-3 to Oberlin (Ohio) College and 12-2 to Carroll (Wis.) University.

Wisconsin-Superior dropped a pair of nonconference baseball games Wednesday in Tucson, Ariz., falling 4-3 to Oberlin (Ohio) College and 12-2 to Carroll (Wis.) University.

In their opener, the Yellowjackets (1-9) trailed 4-0 until Braeden Barr, who was 3-for-4, launched a three-run homer to left field in the ninth inning. That was the end of UWS' scoring, however.

Later in the day, Carroll turned a 4-1 game into a rout via a six-run fifth. The Pioneers banged out 20 hits, with leadoff man Jacob Langford notching five. Barr and Greg Pitts had two apiece for UWS.

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