BIG EAST Baseball
A battle of two teams with losing streaks and something to prove.
The final non-conference game for the Musketeers.
Here’s what we noticed at DePaul’s open practice over the weekend.
After a big win over Oklahoma earlier in the day, the Musketeers couldn’t quite finish the job against the Cardinals.
The Musketeers were unsuccessful in their opening round game.
The Musketeers hung 4 runs in the 7th inning to propel them to their second consecutive BIG EAST Tournament Championship.
The Johnnies scored 6 in the first two innings off 3 errors by the Creighton defense & hit cruise control the rest of the way.
Frenzied hitting in the 5th, started by a walk on a passed ball, opens the floodgates for the Musketeers.
Cullen Dana’s gem goes into the endless ocean of great games lost while Robbie Knightes enjoys baseball IRL.
Joe Gellenbeck hung dong while Zac Lowther was brilliant through 7 innings.
Let’s take a look at the first matchup of the 2017 Big East Baseball Tournament
They’ll be your number one seed come Thursday.
Defensive miscues ultimately led to their demise.
The Creighton offense sputtered and stalled like a 1987 Ford Festiva.
Dave Gerber gets the save and breaks Creighton’s career saves record with 25.
Bannon’s hot bat stayed piping hot on a frigid night in Omaha.
11 straight for the Bluejays! They’re a buzzsaw from hell!
Villanova’s Tim Lilly had a chance to send the game to extras but dropped the ball. Literally and figuratively.
Two meat units and a walk with the bases loaded gave Creighton 3 runs in 3 consecutive at bats in the 7th.
The veteran third baseman had 4 hits on the evening, none bigger than his last.
Bluejays win 5-1 as the offense got going early, giving Chief Keith a nice cushion.
Creighton downs #14 St. John’s 7-4; Jeff Albrecht was phenomenal as the Johnnies plunked a bunch of Bluejays
So many meat units, so little control.
Ryan Tapani has probably had better days in his life.
Resembling a man trying to run on the moon, the offense kicked and floated into the sun and exploded.