The USA South baseball series against Covenant College has been altered. Maryville will host Covenant for a single game on Thursday evening beginning at 7:00 p.m. On Friday, the battle of the Scots will continue with a doubleheader on Scotland Yard with a scheduled 3:00 p.m. first pitch. Follow Maryville College athletics on www.mcscots.com or via social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) @MCScots.
Anthony Rodriguez dominated on the mound and the Scots manufactured a pair of key runs to help No.18 Maryville College defeat LaGrange College 2-0 in a key USA South baseball series in LaGrange, Georgia on Friday evening.
Four Scots’ hurlers limited the hard-hitting lineup of Huntingdon College to only three hits and MC catcher Evan Ezell drove in a pair of runs to help Maryville College claim the USA South baseball series from the Hawks by the score of 4-1 on Saturday on MC’s Scotland Yard.
One bad inning. Just one crooked inning makes a big difference.
In a key USA South Athletic Conference doubleheader, the Maryville College Scots were just one inning away from a home sweep.
Instead, Huntingdon College defeated MC 7-2 in the series opener before the Scots rallied for an 11-3 victory in the nightcap.
The Maryville College baseball team took advantage of six Brevard College errors to win the second game of the three-game series by the score of 10-2. This game was concluded on Sunday after darkness halted the game in the sixth inning on Saturday evening in Brevard, North Carolina.
A ninth-inning walk-off single by senior Andrew Henry and a strong bullpen effort helped the Scots Diamondmen defeat the Golden Eagles of Spalding University 4-3 on Tuesday afternoon on MC's Scotland Yard.
Maryville College’s Christian Poulsen took the ball in relief in the third inning and earned his second mound victory of the season helping the Scots defeat USA South foe North Carolina Wesleyan College 10-5 in the second game of a league doubleheader on MC’s Scotland Yard on Saturday evening.
Head Baseball Coach Cody Church has announced that the scheduled three-game series with Southern Vermont on Saturday and Sunday has been canceled due to the wet forecast for East Tennessee on Friday and Saturday.
Maryville College Head Baseball Coach Cody Church has announced that the program will pick up a home game on Friday, February 9th. They will host Johnson University on Scotland Yard with a 6:30 first-pitch scheduled.
College baseball fans planning to attend the USA South Athletic Conference baseball tournament in LaGrange, Georgia will need to be there a day earlier. The conference has announced that the league tournament will begin April 11th. Per USA South commissioner Tom Hart, games will be played at LaGrange College and Point University at noon and 3:30 on Wednesday, April 11. Thursday, April 12th will feature 10:00 a.m. and 1:30 challenges at both locations before the remainder of the tournament will be played on the Panthers' Cleaveland Field at Phil Williamson Stadium. Sunday would be used as a rain date if needed.