KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) — No. 21 Tennessee extended its season-opening winning streak to fifteen video games earlier than losing the collection finale to Fresno State on a sunny Sunday afternoon Lindsey Nelson Stadium. Recaps of games and three may be determined below. GAME 2 OF SERIES (Resumed after being suspended on Saturday): No. 21 Tennessee 13, Fresno State 9 After Saturday night time’s sport turned into sport suspended with one out in the eighth inning because of the deterioration of the mound from heavy rain all through the game, the
Volunteers survived a livid comeback try using Fresno State to keep on for a thirteen-9 victory to take the series. Tennessee stepped forward to 15-zero to start the year and pulled themselves right into a tie for the second one-longest winning streak in program history with the win. 1951, 1994, 1997, and 2004 team all published 15-sport prevailing streaks as well. The Vols led eleven-zero heading into the eighth inning before permitting the Bulldogs to score nine runs on three hits and seven walks. UT used four pitchers in the inning, with Garrett Crochet took the mound when the sport resumed on Sunday to forestall the bleeding eventually. Crochet went directly to strike out the aspect inside the ninth to earn his 0.33 keep of the season.
All five batters the left-hander retired came via strikeout. The Big Orange opened the scoring within the backside of the second inning. Freshman catcher Connor Pavolony tripled to proper center to lead off the inning and scored on the double to left-center by Ricky Martinez one batter later. Evan Russell began a two-out rally within the 1/3 through drawing a stroll to extend the inning and convey Alerick Soularie to the plate. After running the count number complete, the sophomore drilled the subsequent pitch over the wall in right discipline for a
contrary subject home run to put UT in advance 3-0. The Vols blew things huge open with a six-spot within the bottom of the fourth. Martinez hit his 2d double of the night time to steer off the inning and scored batters afterward an RBI unmarried by using Jake Rucker. UT went directly to load the bases for Lipsius, who hit his 2d-grand slam of the 12 months on a ball that simply saved carrying over the wall in the proper area. Two batters
later, Soularie went deep once more for his second four-bagger of the nighttime to make it 9-0. The Big Orange introduced runs in the 5th and sixth to make it eleven-0 before the Bulldogs started their valiant comeback strive inside the top of the 8. After Crochet got the Vols out of the 8th, they delivered a pair of insurance runs within the top of the ninth to account for the final score of thirteen-9. Zach Linginfelter spun some other gem to get the win andto 4-0 on the 12 months. The proper junior hander allowed just three hits and struck out 4 in six shutout innings. GAME three OF SERIES: Fresno State 10, No. 21 Tennessee 7 Two large innings for Fresno
The state has distinguished Sunday’s collection finale because the Bulldogs ended No. 21 Tennessee’s 15-recreation win streak with a ten-7 win at Lindsey Nelson Stadium. Justin Ammons had every other stable game on the plate with hits, including a two-run homer that tied the sport at 4 in the 2d inning. The Memphis local has been the Vols’ most steady hitter this season, main the group with a. Four hundred batting common at the same time as attaining base in all 16 video games. Senior pitcher Will Neely struggled and was hit along with his first loss of the season after allowing eight runs on nine hits in 3.1 innings of labor. The Big Orange dug
themselves an early hollow, falling behind four-zero in the first inning. Back-to-back RBI doubles by Nolan Dempsey and JT Arruda made it 2-0 earlier than a two-run homer via McCarthy Tatum prolonged the Bulldogs’ benefit to four. UT came some feet far from tying the game in the bottom of the first while Landon Gray hit a protracted fly ball with the bases loaded that was stuck at the wall in right discipline for the very last out of the inning. Struggles with the bases loaded turned into a subject for the Vols on Sunday, as they left them loaded 3 times inside the contest. The Vols exploded for five runs in the bottom of the second one to take their only lead
of the afternoon. Using Tatum on a bunt via Jake Rucker, throwing blunders allowed runs to score earlier than Ammons tied the game with a two-run homer into the left-field porches. An RBI bloop unmarried by using Evan Russell capped the scoring in the inning and positioned UT in advance, 5-4. Following a scoreless 0.33 inning for each group, the Bulldogs answered with a five-run inning of their personalities within the top of the fourth. Zach Ashford and Dempsey drove in runs with consecutive singles to chase Neely from the sport. After a pitching trade,
Arruda hammered the first pitch he noticed from freshman Chase Silseth for a 3-run homer to put Fresno State up by 4. The Bulldogs brought every other run inside the 5th however had been held scoreless for the final four innings with the aid of the trio of Redmond Walsh, Andrew Schultz, and Chase Wallace. Ashford and Arruda did most of the harm for Fresno State, combining seven hits, four runs, and six RBI in the sport to help the Bulldogs keep away from the collection sweep. NOTABLE SUPER SOULARIE: Alerick Soularie persisted in his energy
surge for the Vols with two more domestic runs in Saturday nighttime’s contest. The sophomore outfielder went deep two times inside the Game Two win over the Bulldogs with a -run shot in the 1/3 and solo homer in the fourth. Solaris is tied for the group lead with four long balls this season. He turned into three-for-5 with three runs and 3 RBI inside the Game Two win. Solaire led the crew in batting average (.Six hundred), hits (six), runs (5), home runs (3), walks (five), slugging percent (1.500), and on-base percentage (.733) even as also riding in six runs
in the series win over Fresno State. AMMO EXTENDS ON-BASE STREAK: Justin Ammons continued to be a staple on the base paths for the Volunteers this season. The junior leadoff guy extended his on-base streak to sixteen video games this weekend after registering four hits and four walks for the series. Ammons leads the team with
a. Four hundred batting average and 20 hits thru sixteen video games this season. ANOTHER GRAND SLAM FOR ANDRE: Andre Lipcius has been lethal with the bases loaded this season and came via again within the fourth inning of Saturday’s recreation. The junior slugger hit his 2d grand slam of the season and the 1/3 of his profession to position the Vols beforehand 8-0. He is the primary Tennessee player to hit two grand slams inside the same season in view that Blake Forsythe did it in 2010. Lipcius hit his first grand slam of the 12 months in a
7-1 win over Liberty on Feb. 26. The Williamsburg Va., native, brought every other home run inside the collection finale to increase his season overall to four. LINGO KEEPS DEALING: On a weekend in which UT’s pitching had a few struggles, starter Zach Linginfelter put forth another masterful overall performance on Saturday night time, permitting just three hits while hanging out 4 in six shutout innings. The junior from simply up the street in Sevierville is now four-0 at the 12 months with a team-main zero.75 ERA.