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OSU women’s soccer team headed to Sweet 16


Paige Maxwell (courtesy of OSU athletics)

The OSU women’s soccer team scored two second-half goals in 17 minutes as the Buckeyes beat #2 seed Wisconsin-Milwaukee 2-1 on Friday night in Durham, North Carolina in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

The Buckeyes, now 12-8-2, has advanced to the Sweet 16 for the second straight year and will play #1 seed Duke on Sunday at 1 p.m.

Paige Maxwell broke a 0-0 tie in the 68th minute when she scored in the penalty box. In the 85th minute, Caitlyn Martin made it 2-0.


Info compiled from OSU athletics

Bulls rally past Clippers, 7-4


Scott Barnes struck out nine (file photo)

The Columbus Clippers were up 4-1 going into the bottom of the sixth inning.

But the Durham Bulls belted three home runs and scored six runs in the late innings to defeat the Clippers in Durham, North Carolina.

Scott Barnes started for Columbus and allowed one run and four hits in five innings. He struck out nine and walked one.

The Bulls won the game against the Clippers bullpen of Nick Hagadone (1-1), Justin Germano and Jensen Lewis. Hagadone was the loser giving up two runs in two-thirds of an inning.


Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

Arkansas RHP Baxendale named to USA Baseball Collegiate National Team

DJ Baxendale (courtesy of Arkansas athletics)

Arkansas sophomore pitcher DJ Baxendale has been selected to the 22-man roster for the 2011 USA Baseball Collegiate National Team.

Baxendale was thrilled with the honor. “It’s a real honor to be selected for the team and to be able to represent the University of Arkansas on Team USA,” he said. “I’m looking forward to playing some tough competition this summer and representing my country on the baseball field.”

Baxendale is the eighth Arkansas player to be selected for the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team and the first since Andy Wilkins was picked for the team in 2009. Baxendale joins Arkansas head coach Dave Van Horn on this year’s team as an assistant coach.

A Jacksonville, Florida native, Baxendale is one of the most versatile pitchers in college baseball, seeing time in both the Razorbacks’ starting rotation and in the bullpen. Baxendale currently ranks third in the SEC with a 1.58 ERA and has a 7-1 record with two saves in 14 appearances, including eight starts. In 57 innings pitched this season, Baxendale has given up 14 runs, only 10 earned, and struck out 53 batters, while issuing 11 walks. Opponents are batting just .226 against the sophomore right hander.

The 2011 USA Baseball Collegiate National Team will get together on June 22. The team will play 11 games during the summer, culminating with a five-game series against Japan July 3-8. The series opens on July 3 at 3:05 p.m. at Durham Bulls Athletic Park in Durham, North Carolina. Additional players will be selected to the team in the absence of players on the 22-roster who are competing in Omaha at the NCAA College World Series.


Info courtesy of Arkansas athletics



IL FINALS, GAME 4: Columbus dominates Durham, 13-2; 2010 Governor’s Cup Champions!

The Columbus Clippers closed out an exciting, up-and-down 2010 season by winning their first IL Governor’s Cup championship since 1996.

The Clippers were slumping coming into the playoffs as the wild-card team and beat the North Division champion Scranton/Wilkes-Barre in the semifinals and the defending league and South Division champion Durham Bulls in the championship finals.

Paolo Espino wins deciding game (MiLB)

The Clippers beat the Bulls in Durham, North Carolina, 13-2 in the fourth and deciding game of the best-of-five International League finals.

The win allows Columbus to play against the Pacific Coast League champions for the Triple-A championship game Tuesday in Oklahoma City.

Paolo Espino pitched six innings to earn the series-clinching win for the second time in the postseason run. He was supported by 13 runs and 20 hits.

Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

IL FINALS, GAME 3: Durham edges Columbus, 3-2 to stay alive; Clippers still up 2-1

The Governor’s Cup series shifted to Durham, North Carolina on Thursday night and the Bulls home field of Athletic Park.

Durham used their home crowd advantage and solid pitching to stave off elimination in the finals, winning the best-of-five series, game three.

Leslie Anderson (MiLB)

The defending IL champion Bulls used four pitchers to shut down the Clippers and scored a run in the ninth inning for a 3-2 win.

Leslie Anderson hit a bases-loaded sacrifice fly off Josh Judy to score Eliot Johnson with the winning run.

Game four is tonight in Durham at 7:05 p.m.

Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

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