Thursday, April 26, 2012

Colorado Baseball Defeats Rams By One

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (04/26/2012) — The University of Colorado baseball team squared off against in-state rival the Colorado State University Rams on Saturday at Security Service Field, winning 6-5.

This is the Buffs second victory against the Rams, improving their record against CSU to 2-7 and their mark on the overall season to 7-19. This record includes games against junior colleges that are a higher level of competition than club sports.

Conor Vidulich pitched for the Buffs, and threw all nine innings. The Buffs racked up 14 hits in the game and were able to hold off the Rams for the entirety of the contest, contributing to their successful win against the Rams.

“The team was lucky enough to be supported by numerous fans that made the two-hour drive to the game,” said Captain Ben Fuchs. “We fought hard and played the game all the way to the end.”

The Buffs next meeting will be against Northern Colorado on May 1st at Nelson Park in Johnstown, Colo. If they are able to combat UNC they will have a good chance to make the postseason.

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