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UMD falls in NSIC baseball tourney

Wayne State parlayed a four-run sixth inning into an 8-3 victory over Minnesota Duluth on the second day of the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference tournament on Thursday at Franklin Rogers Park in Mankato, Minn.

Wayne State parlayed a four-run sixth inning into an 8-3 victory over Minnesota Duluth on the second day of the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference tournament on Thursday at Franklin Rogers Park in Mankato, Minn.

Senior pitcher Josh Foreman allowed just one run on two hits through the first five innings before the Wildcats (26-18) finally got to him, keyed by a three-run home run from outfielder Mike Bisenius.

UMD (21-24) loaded the bases with no outs in the third inning but only came away with one run. Mike Darley had three hits to lead the Bulldogs while Tyler Erickson added two hits and Duluth Marshall graduate Orry Engebretsen had two RBIs.

UMD plays Winona State at noon today in a loser-out game in the double-elimination tournament. The tournament champion receives an automatic berth into the NCAA Division II playoffs.

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