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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

KU baseball shut out against Wichita State

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The Kansas baseball team was shutout for the third time this season Wednesday in an 11-0 road loss to Wichita State at Eck Stadium.

Kansas (19-17) was held to four hits while its first three pitchers — Conner VanCleave, Jonah Ulane and Daniel Hegarty — allowed two or more runs apiece. WSU (26-9) starter Tyler Davis struck out eight in five innings, giving up just two hits.

"That is as poor of an offensive performance as we have had the entire season," KU coach Ritch Price said. "Once we got behind, we weren't even able to compete at the plate to get back in the game. Wichita State completely dominated us."

The Jayhawks will travel to Oklahoma State for a three-game series, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Friday.

Kansas 000 000 000 — 0 4 1

Wichita State 110 051 03x — 11 15 0

W — Tyler Davis (1-0). L — Conner VanCleave (0-2).

2B — Jaxx Groshans, KU; Luke Ritter, Gunnar Troutwine, Greyson Jenista, Dayton Douglas (2), Paxton Wallace (2), Jordan Boyer, WSU.

Comments

Chris Condren 8 months ago

Well another loss. Before the season Coach Price told us that this team would be pretty good. Right. Another bold prediction by a KU coach gone of the rails. Jayhawk fans are well accustomed to disappointing results.

Chris Condren 8 months ago

Well another loss. Before the season Coach Price told us that this team would be pretty good. Right. Another bold prediction by a KU coach gone off the rails. Jayhawk fans are well accustomed to disappointing results. And in the world of Jayhawk Athletics there are no consequences to the Administrators and Coaches for consistently producing poor results.

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