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MSU Denver baseball wrap-up

Metro baseball was swept in its four-game series against the No. 13 Colorado Mesa University Mavericks April 11-13 in Grand Junction. Metro lost 13-4 in the first game April 11. Metro scored one run in the top of the first inning but gave up nine runs in that same inning. Junior starting pitcher Nick Hammett

Metro junior DH Chris Spirek takes a strike in his first at-bat which ended in a walk during Metro's first game of a double-header versus Colorado School of Mines, March 23. Metro won their first game 6-5 but lost their second 2-6.
Photo by Alyson McClaran • amcclara@msudenver.edu

Roadrunner baseball wrap-up

Metro junior DH Chris Spirek takes a strike in his first at-bat which ended in a walk during Metro’s first game of a double-header versus Colorado School of Mines, March 23. Metro won their first game 6-5 but lost their second 2-6. Photo by Alyson McClaran • amcclara@msudenver.edu   March 28 The Runners split a

Metro junior starting pitcher Nick Hammett delivers an off-speed pitch during in Metro’s 10-0 win over CSU-Pueblo Feb. 28. Hammett pitched a complete game at the Auraria Field.
			         Photo by Courtland Wilson • cwils104@msudenver.edu

Complete game precedes three-run loss

Metro junior starting pitcher Nick Hammett delivers an off-speed pitch during in Metro’s 10-0 win over CSU-Pueblo Feb. 28. Hammett pitched a complete game at the Auraria Field. Photo by Courtland Wilson • cwils104@msudenver.edu   Game 1 Nick Hammett took the ball for game one against Colorado State University-Pueblo and never gave it back. The

Metro diamond games slide into season

Softball Metro softball went 4-1 in the West Texas A&M tournament in Canyon, Texas to open its season after last week’s four games were canceled because of snow. Senior Aubree Maul led the offensive charge from the designated player position in an 11-2 win over Texas A&M Kingsville in the tournament opener Feb. 14. Maul

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