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Baseball Weekly Report – April 19
COLUMBIA, Ky. – The baseball regular season comes to a close this week with all seven Mid-South Conference teams in action, playing a total of 21 games this week.
Beginning on Wednesday, Georgetown (Ky.) plays host to Cincinnati-Clermont (Ohio) and Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) completes its season series against Brescia (Ky.).
The final conference series' of the season feature Cumberland (Tenn.) hosting Shawnee State (Ohio) and Lindsey Wilson plays host to Pikeville (Ky.). The final series of the week sees Cumberlands (Ky.) hosting Campbellsville (Ky.). All three series' are scheduled for Thursday and Friday.
Georgetown is out of conference this week and is slated to host Brescia for a three-game series on Friday and Saturday.
During the midweek, Shawnee State plays at Point Park (Pa.) and Pikeville has a doubleheader at Rio Grande (Ohio) on Tuesday. The action on Tuesday finishes with Cumberlands, Lindsey Wilson and Cumberland playing on the road at Tennessee Wesleyan, Bryan (Tenn.) and Brescia, respectively.
Campbellsville wraps up the regular season next Wednesday night on the road at Indiana Southeast.
Last week, Pikeville spilt a road doubleheader at Cincinnati Christian (Ohio) and Georgetown lost two games against Milligan (Tenn.). Cumberlands earned a 14-5 victory over Midway, while Campbellsville swept Brescia on the road, 12-2 and 2-1.
In conference action, Cumberlands swept Shawnee State on the road and Cumberland took all three games at Pikeville. After dropping the first game at Georgetown, Lindsey Wilson rallied to win the final two games of the series.
Campbellsville earned two non-conference wins over West Virginia Tech, 14-9 and 9-4, before dropping a doubleheader at Missouri Baptist.
The week finished with Cumberland and Lindsey Wilson dropping non-conference games to Bryan (Tenn.) and Indiana Southeast, respectively, while Georgetown defeated Cincinnati Christian, 16-4.
In the national poll, Cumberlands moved up five spots to No. 20 with 152 points, while Campbellsville moved into the receiving votes section of the poll with 22 points. The Tigers are seven spots outside of the poll.
To view the entire NAIA Baseball Coaches' Top 25 Poll, click here.