The 2018 Puget Sound baseball season was a great indicator of the Loggers’ bright future. Kyle Strash was named the 2018 Northwest Conference Freshman of the Year after he led the NWC in both batting average (.393) and on-base percentage (.524) through the regular season. Strash was also tabbed the D3baseball.com West Region Rookie of the Year.
Kyle Strash was named the West Region Rookie of the Year by d3baseball.com, as announced Monday. The outstanding first-year Logger from Sammamish, Washington, was also named the Northwest Conference Freshman of the Year in April.
The Puget Sound baseball team rallied for three runs in the eighth inning to beat Pacific, 5-2, in the final game of the 2018 season. The Loggers lost to Linfield earlier in the day, 16-3. Pacific Lutheran hosted both games.
For the second consecutive season, the Puget Sound baseball team brings its crosstown rivalry against Pacific Lutheran to Cheney Stadium, Thursday, April 26, at 7 p.m. Cheney Stadium is the home of the Tacoma Rainiers, triple-A affiliate of the Seattle Mariners. The game counts as a home contest for the Loggers.
University of Puget Sound athletics celebrated its 2017-18 year with the annual All-Sports Celebration in Memorial Fieldhouse Tuesday night. Former men's basketball student-athlete Matt Reid '16 was the emcee for the event.
Senior Ryan Moyes ripped a three-run home run in the first inning of Senior Day, but the the Puget Sound baseball team lost to George Fox, 15-9, Sunday afternoon. The Loggers hosted the Bruins at Pacific Lutheran.
Michael Warnick struck out nine batters in five innings, and Kyle Strash pushed his hitting streak 10 games, but the Loggers lost two Northwest Conference games against George Fox Saturday afternoon. The Loggers hosted the Bruins at Pacific Lutheran.
Strash went 2-for-4 in both games. He has a 10-game hitting streak in which he’s hitting .441 (15-for-34).
Six Logger seniors and their loved ones are to be honored on Logger Field this weekend as the Puget Sound baseball team plays host to George Fox for three games. Saturday’s doubleheader, which starts at 12 p.m., will be held at Pacific Lutheran. Sunday’s 12 p.m. game is slated to be played on Logger Field.
Nick Ultsch belted a first-inning grand slam as the Puget Sound baseball team picked up a big Northwest Conference win at Pacific Lutheran, 10-8, Monday afternoon. The contest was a make-up game from February.
Despite outhitting Whitman, 26-18, errors proved costly for the Puget Sound baseball team as it lost both ends of a home doubleheader Friday afternoon. The Loggers totaled seven errors between the two games, and the Blues didn’t commit any.
The Puget Sound baseball team loaded the bases with nobody out in the bottom of the ninth inning, but it was unable to capitalize in a big way as the Loggers lost to Lewis & Clark, 10-7, in a non-conference game Tuesday evening.
Michael Warnick was sharp and the top of the Loggers’ lineup did some damage as the Puget Sound baseball team split a doubleheader at Whitworth Sunday afternoon. Puget Sound recorded at least 10 hits in each game Sunday, and the Loggers now have double-digit hits in seven of their last eight games.
Puget Sound’s bats were riding high entering Spokane, but the Loggers’ offense was silenced in a 6-1 loss at Whitworth Saturday afternoon. The second game for the day is postponed and rescheduled for a doubleheader Sunday, March 25, starting at 11 a.m.
Tyler Brazelton homered and the Puget Sound baseball team rallied for five runs in the eighth inning, but it wasn’t enough as the Loggers lost a Northwest Conference game at Pacific Lutheran, 15-9, Tuesday evening. The contest was a make-up game from February.
Joe Brennan hurled seven shutout innings, Makoa Mau tossed eight shutout innings as the Puget Sound baseball team kept Pacific off the scoreboard in both games of a Northwest Conference doubleheader on Logger Field Saturday afternoon.