Huibers Spins Gem In 5-2 Terrier Victory, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Huibers Spins Gem In 5-2 Terrier Victory
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Wednesday, July 15, 2009
Nashville, TN - The Terriers defeated the Murfreesboro Diamondbacks 5-2 in game three of the World Series, to win their pool. Lefty Austin Huibers went six strong innings, scattering just five hits, striking out five and walking just two. Austin had Diamondback hitters off balance all day with a steady diet of all three of his pitches. Riley Bohar came on to pitch the seventh. The Terriers scored one run in every inning till the fifth.

Chandler McLaren and Nathan Loehle continued to swing hot bats with two hits each. Joel Stubbs had an RBI double and a triple. Brandon Dailey, Kevin Nickel and Tanner Nivins all chipped in with hits. The game was also highlighted by several excellent defensive plays by shortstop Brandon Dailey. Championship round play begins Friday. The Terriers will play at 3:00pm CT.
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