College Baseball Roundup

Wolfpack rolls to sweep of Blue Hose

News ServicesMay 5, 2013 

— N.C. State turned a third-inning error by Presbyterian (23-25) into four unearned runs and cruised to a 12-3 victory on Sunday to sweep the three-game series.

The Wolfpack has won 19 of its past 20 games.

Carlos Rodon earned the win with nine strikeouts and no walks in his seven innings of work.

Logan Ratledge went 3-for-4 and scored two runs for the Wolfpack.

Liberty 4, Duke 3: Duke took a 3-2 lead in the eighth inning, but Liberty (27-21) responded with two runs in the bottom of the frame to topple the visiting Blue Devils .

Andrew Istler did not give up an earned run but took the loss after an inning of work. Istler allowed one hit, walked one and struck out one batter.

Duke (25-23) had five hits in the game with Jeff Kremer, Chris Marconcini, Aaron Cohn, Grant McCabe and Kenny Koplove recording one hit each.

Big South

Campbell 7, High Point 2: David Olson drove in two runs and Brent Graham scored four times for the visiting Camels, who won the series against High Point (23-24, 10-8).

Campbell is 39-9, 16-5.

Coastal Carolina 12, Georgia Tech 8: Jacob May’s two-run home run in the second inning boosted the visiting Chanticleers to a series win against Georgia Tech (29-18).

Patrick Corbett earned the win for Coastal Carolina (29-18).

Conference USA

East Carolina 3, Southern Miss 2: Chase McDonald’s RBI single in the ninth inning lifted the host Pirates to a series win against Southern Miss (25-21, 14-7).

Drew Reynolds extended his current hit streak to 12 games for the Pirates (26-22, 10-8).

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