March 12, 2011123456789RHE
Catawba0111013007120
Newberry400000000472
PitchingIPHRERBBSO
Win: JJ Jankowski (4-0) 8.0644110
Loss: Cole Robison (3-3) 6.1106512
BattingABRHRBIBBHR
Ryan Bostian (CATBB) 512101
Josh Hohn (CATBB) 422000
Keaton Hawks (CATBB) 312210
Brett Underwood (CATBB) 412210
Sanchez Gartman (NEW) 412000
Zach Morgan (NEW) 402100
March 12, 20111234567RHE
Catawba333031013111
Newberry1000001232
PitchingIPHRERBBSO
Win: Austin Moyer (4-1) 5.011117
Loss: Chauncey Mattei (2-3) 2.269663
BattingABRHRBIBBHR
Chris Dula (CATBB) 323601
Terrence Gray (NEW) 101000
Jovan Rohena (NEW) 201000
Robby Scaggs (NEW) 301100
Catawba earns series sweep with two wins over Newberry on Saturday


Catawba earns series sweep with two wins over Newberry on Saturday
Saturday, March 12, 2011

NEWBERRY, S.C. - The Newberry College Wolves dropped the first game of their Saturday doubleheader with South Atlantic Conference foe Catawba College, 7-4, and also lost the second game, 13-2, to give Catawba the series sweep.

Newberry falls to 12-12 overall and 6-6 in SAC play while Catawba solidifies its spot at the top of the league with a 19-5 overall record and 11-1 SAC record.

Newberry hosts Coker at 6 p.m. Tuesday in its next action before traveling to Lander for a 6 p.m. game Wednesday. The Lander game was originally scheduled as a home game for Newberry, but was moved to Greenwood after the weather-related schedule swaps in the first week of the season.

Game One: Catawba 7, Newberry 4
The Wolves jumped out to an early lead in the first inning, but the Catawba Indians chipped away at the lead and earned the win with three runs in the seventh inning.

An RBI double by Jovan Rohena (Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico) was followed up by a two-run homerun to left-center by Chris Love (Columbia, S.C.) to give Newberry a 3-0 lead. Zach Morgan (Simpsonville, S.C.) would extend the lead with an RBI single later in the inning to give Newberry an early 4-0 advantage.

Catawba cut away at the lead with an RBI single from Keaton Hawks in the second, a solo homer to left field from Ryan Bostian in the third and an RBI fielder's choice by Brett Underwood in the third. Greg Lawson tied the game at 4-all in the sixth inning with an RBI infield single.

The Catawba Indians took the lead for good in the top of the seventh after the first two batters reached on infield singles. Three straight run-scoring singles by Austin Moyer, Hawks and Underwood pushed the lead out to 7-4.

After Newberry's big first inning, Catawba starter JJ Jankowski (4-0) calmed down and kept Newberry off of the board for the remainder of his outing. He went 8.0 innings, striking out 10 and scattering six hits while walking only one. Newberry starter Cole Robison (Greer, S.C.; 3-3) took the loss in 6.1 innings of work, allowing six runs - five earned - on 10 hits.

Catawba 7, Newberry 4
(Mar 12, 2011 at Newberry, S.C.) (Game 1)
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Catawba............. 011 101 300 - 7 12 0 (18-5, 10-1 SAC)
Newberry............ 400 000 000 - 4 7 2 (12-11, 7-4 SAC)
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Pitchers: Catawba - JJ Jankowski; Clay Watson(9) and Greg Lawson; Josh Hohn. Newberry -Cole Robison; Matt Mege(7); Nate Edler(9); Matthew Jolly(9) and Chas Goodwin.
Win-JJ Jankowski(4-0) Save-Clay Watson(1) Loss-Cole Robison(3-3) T-2:23 A-0
HR CATBB - Ryan Bostian (2).
HR NEW - Chris Love (3).
Weather: Clear, sunny, perfect
Nate Edler faced 2 batters in the 9th.
FULL BOX SCORE

Game Two: Catawba 13, Newberry 2
The Wolves' pitching could never find its groove as Catawba jumped out to an early lead and kept the offense rolling en route to the series sweep.

Catawba's Chris Dula went 3-for-3 with six RBIs in the game and started the scoring with an RBI double in the first, followed by a run-scoring single by Keaton Hawks to make it 3-0. Love's sacrifice fly in the bottom of the first inning made it 3-1. The Catawba Indians made it 6-1 in the second with a two-run sungle by Cameron White and an RBI single from Dula, all with two outs. A series of wild pitches in the third helped the visitors extend the lead to 9-1.

After a scoreless fourth, Dula's two-run homerun and an RBI fielder's choice from Brett Holmgren in the fifth made it 12-1 and Catawba capped its scoring with a pinch hit RBI single by Kevin Parrish in the sixth.

Catawba starter Austin Moyer (4-1) kept Newberry off the basepaths in the middle innings and Newberry was unable to score until the bottom of the seventh on an RBI double from Robby Scaggs (North Augusta, S.C.), one of Newberry's only two hits in the game.

Catawba 13, Newberry 2
(Mar 12, 2011 at Newberry, S.C.) (Game 2)
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Catawba............. 333 031 0 - 13 11 1 (19-5, 11-1 SAC)
Newberry............ 100 000 1 - 2 3 2 (12-12, 6-6 SAC)
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Pitchers: Catawba - Austin Moyer; Corey Norman(6); Ross Whitley(7) and Josh Hohn; Aaron Meadows . Newberry - Chauncey Mattei; DJ Hearsey(3); Chris Mansbach(5); Chris Phillips(6); Kyle Christian(6); Tyler Sturkie(7) and Tommy King.
Win-Austin Moyer(4-1) Loss-Chauncey Mattei(2-3) T-2:14 A-302
HR CATBB - Chris Dula (2).
Weather: Clear, Sunny
FULL BOX SCORE