By Gavin Greer
Purdue Fort Wayne’s baseball team collect one win this weekend in a three game series against Wright State.
This was an important series for the Mastodons as Wright State is the reigning champions of the Horizon League.
PFW’s weekend series started on Friday with a double header where they collected their lone win in the first game. The team had Saturday off before the series ended Sunday afternoon.
The Mastodons won the first game of the series 12-10. Jacob Walker was PFW’s best batter as he went 3/5, scored two runs and drove in two RBIs.
Bryce Martens got the win and Mac Ayers got the save for PFW. Ayers led PFW with three strikeouts in this game.
PFW’s second game of Friday ended as a 2-6 loss. PFW struggled batting in this game as they only had three hits as a team.
PFW’s best batter in this game was Ben Higgins as he went 1/4, scored a run, and drove in two RBIs.
PFW’s Enas Hayden took the loss as he allowed three runs in one inning.
The series came to an end today in a 4-13 loss. PFW did better batting in this game, but the team pitched poorly.
PFW’s best batter in this game was Jacob Walker who went 2/5 and scored one run.
PFW’s Jacob Meyer took the loss today as he allowed six runs in 2.2 innings.
PFW is now 4-16 on the season and are 1-2 in Horizon League Play.
PFW’s next matchup will be Tuesday against Bowling Green.
Home play will begin for the Mastodons as they have a three game weekend series against Northern Kentucky.