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Junior Tabitha Murray is batting .480 with five home runs and 21 RBI this season.

BASEBALL
The Yellow Jackets traveled to Alliance, Ohio on Saturday, April 6 to play the Mount Union Purple Raiders in a double-header. Baldwin Wallace defeated Mount Union, 10-5, and 13-7.
In the first game, BW was led by sophomore shortstop Eric Murphy. Murphy had three hits in four at-bats with a run scored and three runs batted-in.
On the mound, senior Pat Havens threw a complete-game six-hitter, allowing five runs, struck out five batters, and improved to 6-1 on the 2013 campaign.
The nightcap of the double-header saw an offensive explosion from the start for the Yellow Jackets. This 13-7 victory was highlighted by junior third baseman Brad Gugliotta’s day at the plate. Gugliotta had three hits, two runs scored, and four runs batted-in.
In addition to Gugliotta, sophomore right fielder Alex Green also contributed three hits, senior Nolan Neuschaefer had two runs batted in, and senior Brendan Toughey scored three times.
Sophomore Anthony Alioto pitched three innings, earning his second victory of the season.
The Yellow Jackets hosted Wilmington College on Saturday, April 13. BW won both games in the double-header.
BW’s 15-6 victory in the first game was highlighted by Toughey’s day at the plate. Toughey homered, tripled twice, reached on a fielder’s choice and walked in his five plate appearances. He scored four runs and drove in three.
In the second game, the Jackets defeated Wilmington, 16-4.
Murphy led the charge for the Yellow Jackets, contributing three hits in four at-bats. He had two singles and a triple, three runs scored and three runs batted-in in the first three innings alone.
Baldwin Wallace baseball competes tomorrow, Saturday, April 20, in an Ohio Athletic Conference matchup at Ohio Northern.

SOFTBALL
After an explosive start to the season offensively in Arizona, the Yellow Jackets have struggled to find their hot bats in Northeast Ohio.
On Saturday, April 6, BW hosted the University of Mount Union. The Yellow Jackets defeated Mount Union, 2-0 in the first game, led by junior Tabitha Murray’s complete – game two-hit shutout on the mound.
The Yellow Jackets, led by Murray’s fifth homerun of the season, split a double-header with Ursuline on April 14. BW lost the first game, 8-5, but won the second game, 6-2.
Since Saturday, April 13, the Jackets have competed in a double header each day for six consecutive days.
BW competes next on Saturday, April 20, when they host Ohio Northern at the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds Field.

MEN’S TRACK
The Baldwin Wallace University men’s outdoor track and field team finished second on Saturday, April 13, 2013 at the annual Division III All-Ohio Championship Meet.
This was the fifth overall and third scoring meet of the spring for the Yellow Jackets.
The Yellow Jacket men scored 75 points to place second of 20 teams.
Senior three-time NCAA Division III All-American Mitch Supan placed first in shot put with a toss of 54-feet and 5.5-inches, finished first in the discus with a toss of 53 meters and placed second with a personal best throw of 193’11”.
In addition, senior CAPITAL ONE Academic All-American distance standout Ken Janosko won the men’s 10,000-meter run in 31:16.19 and freshman Ben Biedelman ran a personal best winning the 200-meter dash in 21.99.
Junior sprinter Kevin Johnson placed first in the men’s 100-meter dash with a personal best of 10.75.
BW is back in action on Friday and Saturday, April 19-20 when it hosts the annual Paul “Sparky” Adams Meet at The George Finnie Stadium in Berea.
On Friday, the hammer will be contested at 2:30 p.m. Field events begin on Saturday at 10 a.m.

WOMEN’S TRACK
The Baldwin Wallace University women finished in third place on Saturday, April 13, 2013 at the annual Division III All-Ohio Championship Meet. This was the fifth overall and third scoring meet of the spring for the Yellow Jackets.
The Yellow Jacket women scored 65 points to place third of 20 teams.
Freshman Melanie Winters led the way for the Yellow Jackets finishing first in long jump with a personal best 18’10.5” and placing second in the 200-meter run in 26.01.
Senior All-OAC sprinter Kaylan Lemon finished second in the women’s 100-meter race with a time of 12.53, while junior Brooke Hradisky also finished second in the 800-meter run with a personal best time of 2:20.48.
In addition for the women, the 4×100 team of Winters, Lemon, junior Sheuquella Greeno and senior Lauren Nanni finished second with a team best time of 49.14.
The women’s 4×400 meter team of Hradisky, freshmen Samantha Lang and Ashley Wakut and junior Nicole Smith placed second in 49.14. In the 10,000-meter run, senior Shaina Kovatch finished third in 39:05.35.
The Yellow Jackets are back in action on Friday and Saturday, April 19 – 20 when they host the annual Paul “Sparky” Adams Meet.

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MEN’S TENNIS
The defending OAC champion Baldwin Wallace University men’s tennis team is putting together another remarkable season.
The Jackets traveled to the University of Mount Union on Saturday, April 6, 2013, winning, 7-2.
On Saturday, April 13, BW hosted Wilmington College inside the Lou Higgins Center. BW defeated Wilmington, 9-0.
This victory improved the Yellow Jackets to 4-0 in the OAC this season.
It was the 48th win in the last 49 dual matches, and BW’s 14th consecutive OAC regular season victory.
Senior Joe Horvath defeated Wilmington’s Justin Arehart by the scores of 6-3 and 6-2, to win his 92nd career match and improve to 92-11 for his career.
He is second all-time in career singles wins at Baldwin Wallace University behind James Daly (2005-2008) who compiled 105 career victories.
Saturday, April 20, the BW men travel to Ada to play OAC archrival Ohio Northern University in a key match at 1 p.m.

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