Huskies’ late push falls short in loss to Rox

(Duluth, MN) — A late push put the Huskies in good position to overcome a six-run deficit, but the rally fell short and the Huskies lost to St. Cloud, 7-4.

The bats were kept relatively quiet until the bottom of the 9th, where they knocked out four hits and scored three runs. Trent Chatterton led the charge from the leadoff spot, picking up two hits and two RBI. Keach Ballard had three hits and one RBI, Dom Brugnoni had two hits and scored a run, and Nolan Rodgers had two hits, scored one run, and had one RBI.  Mitchell Bauer (MN State Mankato) allowed only one run on four hits in four innings of relief.

The Huskies will finish up the series with the Rox tomorrow at 5:05pm.

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