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Published On: July 24th, 2022

Duluth, MN – St. Cloud (35-14) couldn’t pull out Sunday’s game against Duluth (27-22), losing 6-5 before returning to the Rock Pile for the longest homestand of the year.

The Rox bats had a huge second inning, scoring five runs to take the early lead over the Huskies. Ethan Mann (Dallas Baptist) hit his seventh home run of the season, a solo shot which tied him for the team lead and put the Rox’ first run on the board.

Later in the inning, John Nett (St. Cloud State) drove in a run and later came around to score on a Carson Keithley (Texas State) two-RBI double. Nett went three-for-four on Sunday and with his run scored, he broke the Rox’ single-season record with 59 runs this summer.

St. Cloud used the defense to hold onto the lead late in the game. The Rox worked out of a bases-loaded jam in the seventh as Trevor Austin (Mercer) started a double play that cut down a runner at the plate to keep the Rox on top.

Then, in the eighth, Magnum Hofstetter (Hawai’i) made a diving stop and started another double play after Duluth started the inning with two runners on and nobody out.

For a full box score from Sunday’s game, click here.

The Rox return to St. Cloud for a six-game homestand on Monday with the first two games against the Huskies. First pitch at the Rock Pile against Duluth is scheduled for 7:05 pm.

For the full 2022 Rox schedule, click here. The 2022 season is presented by Fleet Farm. For more information regarding this release, season tickets and partial season ticket packages for the 2022 season including Kwik Trip 7-Game Packs, please contact the Rox office at 320-240-9798 or visit

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