Srs Fall In Final, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Srs Fall In Final
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Monday, October 13, 2014
Westfield, IN - The Terriers dug themselves into an early hole with some uncharacteristic shabby defense in Sunday's final in Indiana. The SRs made four errors in the top of the third to fall behind the Prospects from Missouri 5-0 and could never recover. They took a small step toward closing the gap in the bottom of the third when Daito Kojima scored from second on Konar Smith's RBI line drive to right field.

Unfortunately Missouri answered with a run in the top of the fourth to make the score 6-1. Bottom of the seventh heroics fell short after a two RBI triple by Elliott Curtis made the score 6-3. Elliott eventually scored on Konar Smith's ground out, but that was as close as it got ‎. Make the final 6-4. ‎The Terriers will begin their winter strength training in a couple of weeks, then resume baseball activities in January in preparation for their annual Florida trip in March.
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