Winter Haven, FL -- The Beloit College Baseball team enjoyed their unscheduled off-day on Thursday and came out with bats blazing on Friday, resulting in an 18-0, 20-2 sweep of Northland College of Wisconsin.
The Buccaneers totaled 17 hits in both games while nicely backing winning pitchers Alex Norman and Mike Kovach, respectively.
In the sweep-completing game two, Beloit scored twice in the first, third and fifth, four times in the second, and ten times in the sixth.
Mike Ross, Jordan Jaenicke and Kovach each had three hits in the game, with Ross and Jaenicke both drove in three. Jake Tresemer stayed hot with two hits and two RBIs. Kovach also had two runs-batted-in.
Kovach went five innings on the mound, giving up four hits and two earned runs while striking out six and walking none.
In game one, the Bucs got six in the second, five in the fourth, six more in the fifth and closed it with a run in the sixth. The team shatted the team record for triples in a game with five, including two by Tresemer, which tied the individual single-game mark.
Dan Edwards went 4-4 with two RBIs to lead the way. Joe McGannon and Jon Siil each had two hits and three RBIs while Jake Majeski and Jaenicke had two hits and two RBIs.
Norman went six innings, allowing three hits while striking out seven and not walking a batter.
The Buccaneers finish up their Spring Trip on Saturday morning when they take on Vassar College in Auburndale.