Anderson Shines Again, Dolphins Drop Two of Three


Photo By: George Wahl

Another weekend series has come and gone and again Chris Anderson was the Dolphins bright spot of the three-game set against the TCU Horned Frogs.
In the first game Friday, JU sent their ace to the mound and he delivered. Anderson struck out 13 batters, pitching a complete game and allowing just one earned run as JU won 5-3.
The Dolphins received a solo home run in the first from Dylan Dillard and followed that up with a four-run inning in the second jumping out to an early 5-0 lead.
Alex McRae belted a two-RBI double combined with a towering two-run home run off the bat of Brady North.
On Saturday, little went right for the Dolphins as they were shut out 10-0 by TCU.
The JU offense was rocked to sleep by one of the most highly touted sophomore prospects in all of college baseball.
Preston Morrison went eight strong innings allowing just five hits and facing just two batters more then the minimum.
On Sunday, the Horned Frog offense continued to steam roll Dolphin pitching as they jumped out to a 13-0 lead through four innings of play and needed nothing more to put away JU.
Neither team would score from there on out. TCU took two of three from the Dolphins and JU was victorious in Anderson’s dominant performance in the opening game.