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Bulldogs beat Campbellsville, stay 20th in poll
Apr 17, 2007 12:00 am
CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. — Cumberland held at No. 20 in the latest NAIA baseball rating released Wednesday, less than 24 hours after the Bulldogs beat Campbellsville 7-3.
Eric Mull got Cumberland started with a first-inning home run and Luis Martinez doubled the score by going deep an inning later. Jeremy Wilson followed Martinez's homer with a triple and scored on Austin Morgan's groundout to first.
Martinez doubled home James Lilley in the third. Morgan, who had three of Cumberland's 10 hits, doubled home Jeremy Wilson in the sixth and scored on a wild pitch.
Cumberland's timely hitting benefitted Myles Anderson, who gave up nine hits in 6 2/3 innings, but only three runs, one on Chris Curley's homer, as he improved to 4-2. Anthony Fomasi fired 1 1/3 innings and Matt Madigan the ninth for his first save as the Bulldogs improved to 27-15-1.
Andrew Carroll had four hits for the Tigers, who slipped to 27-13.
Cumberland will return home to Woody Hunt Stadium this weekend for a three-game TranSouth Conference series with Mid-Continent. The teams will play a 2 p.m. single game Friday and a noon double header Saturday.