Two strong pitching performances lift Wisconsin-Stevens Point to sweep
MAUSTON, Wis. -- JP Feyereisen threw a complete-game shutout and Cam Seidl struck out nine Titans through eight innings as second-ranked Wisconsin-Stevens Point notched a pair of victories against Wisconsin-Oshkosh 4-0 and 8-3.
No. 2 Wisconsin-Stevens Point 4, Wisconsin-Oshkosh 0
Feyereisen (3-0) scattered three hits on the day, fanning seven on his way to the victory. On a day where the wind was blowing stiffly in from left field, Feyereisen induced 16 ground ball outs.
Offensively, the Pointers tallied 10 hits, seven of Titans starter Ben Messenger. Taylor Carlson led four Pointers who tallied multiple hits, driving in a pair of runs with singles in the fifth and ninth innings.
No. 2 Wisconsin-Stevens Point 8, Wisconsin-Oshkosh 3
Kyle McHugh tallied three hits, all doubles, in game two, tying a Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and school record, and drove in four runs for the Pointers. Carlson and Jimmy Coady also had multiple hits on the afternoon for UWSP.
Seidl threw eight solid innings on the mound, scattering seven this and three runs, all earned, while fanning nine batters. Luke Watson came in to finish the ninth and seal the sweep.