|Our Lady of the Lake (18-19)||0||2||0||0||2||1||1||0||0||6||10||2|
|Trinity University (17-7)||0||7||1||0||3||1||0||0||X||12||15||2|
|San Antonio, TX TU Baseball Field|
|Our Lady of the Lake||Pitching||Trinity University|
|John B. Ortega II||Loser||-|
|Our Lady of the Lake||Indv. Stats||Trinity University|
|3 Players||Doubles||3 Players|
|#19 Pablo Trevino||Triples||#25 MJ Metz|
|2 Players (#15,#30)||Home Runs||#28 Tyler Pettit|
SAN ANTONIO (April 5, 2022) – The Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) baseball team fell to NCAA D3 Trinity University (TU) 12-6 on Tuesday. The Saints drop to 18-18 overall. The Tigers improve to 17-7.
Head Coach Bryan Aughney commented, "I thought we made some good adjustments offensively and hit some balls hard. We had one bad inning that dug us in a hole. Trinity is a solid, well-coached team and each year we play them we know we have to be on our game. We are ready to go back to work and prepare for the weekend."
The Saints were 3-6 against the Tigers prior to the game.
Trinity scored double-digit runs for the sixth game in a row. They have won seven straight games dating back to March 26. The Saints took an early 2-0 lead in the second inning after Noah Rodriguez (JR/Victoria, Texas) stole home on a throwing error. Jarod Smith (FR/Baytown, Texas) followed with a single to score Tyler Vivier (SO/San Antonio, Texas). TU responded by plating seven runs on seven hits in the bottom of the frame. The Saints were down 8-2 heading into the fifth inning. Jacob Montejano (JR/San Antonio, Texas) hit a two-run home run that scored Pablo Trevino (FR/San Juan, Texas). Vivier smacked a solo home run one inning later and the Saints trailed 11-4 at that point. The back-and-forth scoring continued, and the Tigers won 12-6 in the nine-inning affair.
Starting pitcher John B. Ortega II (FR/Harlingen, Texas) pitched 1.2 innings and suffered the loss after allowing six earned runs. Arredondo and Rodriguez both had a multi-hit game. Montejano drove in three RBIs.
The Saints welcome Huston-Tillotson University for a three-game series starting on April 8 at 6 p.m.