Wright State beats Cincinnati in lightning shortened game


The Wright State baseball team used three homeruns to win 5-1 in a rain-shortened game at Cincinnati Tuesday afternoon. The game was called off after the top of the seventh due to storms.

The Raiders were led by Gabe Snyder who homered in the second and was a triple shy of a hitting for the cycle as he added a double and two singles with an RBI and a stolen base. Seth Gray picked up three hits with a double and an RBI. Zane Harris homered in the second, behind Snyder, and Peyton Burdick hit a two-run round tripper in the fifth.

Jason Foster started the game on the mound for the Raiders as he went 4.2 innings with one earned run and two strikeouts to receive the win. Jeremy Randolph pitched 1.1 innings for the save.

Wright State is now 16-10 and will play a three-game series at Horizon League foe UIC this weekend.


Top of Second

SNYDER homered to right field, RBI.

HARRIS homered to right field, RBI.

Top of Fifth

BURDICK homered to right field, 2 RBI, unearned; MORROW scored.

GRAY singled, RBI; ALDERS advanced to second; HARRIS advanced to third; SNYDER scored, unearned.

Bottom of Fifth

MOTTICE doubled to right field, RBI; HABERKORN advanced to third; BREMNER scored.

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