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Junior LHP Trey Setzer
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Maroon Team Donates Blood Following 3-2 Series Loss

Release: 11/05/2012
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MONROE, La. -- On Monday afternoon the members of the ULM Baseball Maroon team donated blood at LifeShare Blood Center in Monroe.  Members of the victorious Grey team were also volunteers as they donated Monday.

For more information and to learn how you can help please visit www.lifeshare.org.

In the best of five series, Maroon held a 2-1 advantage as Trey Setzer (game two; Oct. 19) and Cale Wine (game three; Oct. 20) earned victories.  Setzer surrendered just one run on four hits in six innings of work.  He also struck out six and walked two as Maroon evened the series with a 6-3 win.  Wine earned the win in game three as he allowed two runs on eight hits in six innings on the hill.  He walked three while striking out five in the 13-2 rout of the Grey squad.

The Grey team evened the series with a 2-0 victory in game four on Oct. 26.  Josh Faciane drove in the only runs of the game with a two-out, two-RBI single in the bottom of the first inning.  Shelby Aulds improved to 2-0 in the series as he allowed just one hit and three walks while fanning four during six innings of work.  Alex Dumaine earned the save after allowing just one hit and one walk with six punchouts during the final three innings.

The Grey team captured the fall series with an 11-6 victory in the finale on Oct. 27.  The final contest between the two teams totaled 17 runs, 30 hits and seven errors. 

Logan Fiasco and Judd Edwards led the Grey team with nine hits each while combining for seven runs and five RBI.  Shelby Aulds was a force on the mound as he finished with a 2-0 record and a 0.00 ERA in 12.0 innings of work.  He struck out 11 during the series with three hits and three walks.  Maroon team batters posted a .079 batting average off of the senior.

Jeff Fuller led the Maroon team with a .474 batting average (9-19) during the series with five RBI and five runs.  Andrew Richardson posted a 0-1 record and finished with a 1.00 ERA in two appearances in the fall series.  He struck out eight batters and allowed just one run during his nine innings of work in the fall.

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