DENVER, Colo. In the remaining recreation in their four-sport collection, Colorado State University-Pueblo Baseball fell to Metro State University Denver thirteen-five at the Regency Athletic Complex. Jesse Holguin (Fr., Colton, Calif.) clubbed his first collegiate domestic run. Holguin’s dinger drove in runs, matching his profession-high. He scored two runs. Holguin went 1-for-2 with a stroll. Adrian Martinez (Jr., Tucson, Ariz.) had the Pack’s only other greater base hit with a double. Martinez went 2-for-4 and scored on
Holguin’s domestic run. Stone Romero (Jr., Albuquerque, N.M.) gathered two hits in 4 trips and drove in a run. Reggie Williams (Fr., Castle Rock, Colo.) knocked in runs. He finished 1-for-3. Easton Adler (Jr., Mead, Colo.) and Rion Santamaria (Jr., Yorba Linda, Calif.) each went 2-for-4. Santamaria also scored a run. The Roadrunners raced out to a 4-0 lead inside the first. They added greater runs inside the 0.33 inning. CSU-Pueblo battled lower back with 3 runs inside the fifth. Romero plated Holguin with a single.
Williams followed with a -run single personality that drove in Santamaria and Gilbert Sauceda (Sr., Indio, Calif.). MSU Denver spoke back with 3 runs on their own within the 5th. The Pack fought returned inside the sixth when Holguin swatted his first Pack home run to reduce the Roadrunner cause nine-5. That would be the Pack’s remaining offensive showing. The Roadrunners could turn away with a thirteen-five win. Brett Matthews (Jr., Queen Creek, Ariz.) took the loss in his Pack debut.
Nine Pack pitchers appeared in the sport. Seniors Tylor Beach (Cedaredge, Colo.) Timmy Burtzloff (Thousand Oaks, Calif.) every threw a scoreless inning. Andrew Coverly (Jr., Centennial, Colo.) had 0.2 scoreless innings of work. The Pack and Roadrunners now both sit down 2-2 in Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference play. CSU-Pueblo owns a 7-nine overall. The ThunderWolves will go back domestic to host Regis University for a four-recreation series. This series between the Pack and Rangers will start Friday, March 15 at 6 p.M.