Three summers ago, Wilmington College baseball players Tyler McDaniel and Kyle Short wanted a way to continue developing their skills in the summer. Between the minds of the two Edgewood High School graduates, the Mudcats were born.
The Wilmington College baseball team wrapped up the 2017 season by dropping a pair of Ohio Athletic Conference games to Heidelberg Sunday. The twin bill was moved from Saturday due to inclement weather.
The Wilmington College baseball team committed six errors, leading to six unearned runs, and the Fightin? Quakers dropped their home finale, 9-2, Wednesday to Wittenberg in non-conference action at Delaney-Tewksbury Field.
The Wilmington College baseball team received two excellent pitching performances from some youthful arms as the Fightin’ Quakers split an Ohio Athletic Conference doubleheader with Ohio Northern Tuesday at Tewksbury-Delaney Field.
The Wilmington College baseball team dropped both ends of a non-conference doubleheader to Earlham Saturday at Sadler Field. The FIghtin’ Quakers fell in the first game, 10-0, and then lost in the nightcap, 10-1.
After helping lead the Wilmington College baseball team to the first sweep since 2012, freshman pitcher Matt Oney was named Ohio Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week – the league announced today (Monday, March 6, 2017).
Wilmington College pitching was lights out Saturday as the Fightin’ Quakers swept Mount St. Joseph Saturday at UC Medical Field in non-conference action. Four pitchers combined to hurl 18 innings of scoreless baseball as Wilmington claimed 4-0 and 1-0 victories.