College baseball: Yellowjackets get back to .500 mark

The win was UWS's sixth in a row.


SUPERIOR — Wisconsin-Superior baseball claimed its sixth consecutive win and returned to the .500 mark with a 10-5 Upper Midwest Athletic Conference win over Northland on Tuesday, May 3 at NBC Spartan Sports Complex.

The Yellowjackets (15-15, 11-4 UMAC) have won 11 of their last 13 contests.

Playing as the visitors, UWS briefly fell behind 4-1 after an inning, but tied it in their next at-bat. The game remained tied until a four-run fifth inning which the Yellowjackets' Sam McNosky busted open with a bases-clearing double in the left-centerfield gap.

UWS added two more insurance runs, unearned, on an error in the eighth.

Nick Fredrikson led the UWS offense, going 3-for-6. McNosky and Christian Garcia had two hits apiece.


Ethan Coady earned the win in relief for UWS, allowing one run on two hits in 4 2/3 innings.

UWS begins the last weekend of UMAC play on Friday at Crown.

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