No. 13 Rebels deal No. 18 Chants third straight loss

ccubase-33pitchTate Blackman had three hits and three RBI to lead #13 Ole Miss to an 8-2 victory over host and 18th-ranked Coastal Carolina Saturday afternoon at Springs Brooks Stadium. The Chants (5-5) will close the weekend by facing Ball State Sunday at 3 pm.

The Rebels (9-1) took advantage of two early CCU errors to take a 3-0 lead in the top of the first. Leadoff hitter Errol Robinson reached on an error and Will Golsan followed with a double to center field. J.B. Woodman plated Robinson with a sacrifice fly to right field. Two batters later, Blackman dropped an RBI double in right field to bring home Golsan. Blackman later took third on a wild pitch and scored on the play thanks to a throwing error.

Coastal answered with a run in the bottom of the first. Michael Paez (2-for-5) hit a double and scored on an RBI single from G.K. Young (2-for-5).

Ole Miss regained a three-run lead in the top of the third. Golsan drew a leadoff walk and moved to second on a wild pitch. Blackman came through with a two-out single to plate Golsan for a 4-1 lead.

The Chanticleers cut their deficit in half, 4-2, in the fifth. Seth Lancaster drew a leadoff walk, moved to second on a sacrifice bunt and took third on Paez single. Zach Remillard came through with a two-out, RBI single to left to score Lancaster.

The Rebels got that run back and another in the sixth to go up 6-2. Holt Perdzock and Connor Cloyd each drew a one-out walks. A wild pitch put runners on the corners to set up a squeeze bunt from Cameron Dishon. Robinson singled to right and Cloyd just beat the throw home.

Ole Miss pushed its advantage to 7-2 in the seventh. Woodman hit a leadoff double and scored on a two-out single from Henri Lartigue.

With bases loaded in the eighth, Blackman hit an RBI double to give Ole Miss an 8-2 lead. The deficit would have been more for CCU, but Connor Owing hit cut-off man Lancaster. who threw a strike to home plate to retire Woodman.

Tyler Poole (2-1) was saddled with the loss. He pitched 5.1 innings and only allowed four hits but walked four that led to six runs – three earned. The senior struck out five.

Chad Smith (1-1) earned the win. He scattered seven hits and allowed two runs with two walks and six strikeouts.

Photo courtesy of CCU Athletics

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