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WolfPack snap losing skid against Morton, fall in upset bid of #6 Western Okla. State
TUCSON, ARIZ. - The Madison College baseball team took a day trip through the desert Tuesday to play a pair games at the Kino Sports Complex and came away with one win and win loss. The #15-ranked WolfPack run-ruled Region IV foe Morton College by an 11-1 final in five innings, then went back-and-forth with #6-ranked Western Oklahoma State College before falling 9-8 in an extra innings walk-off.
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Mesa pulls away from WolfPack in top 15 showdown
MESA, ARIZ. - One day after playing 15 innings against Scottsdale Community College and combining to score a total of two runs, Madison College and Mesa Community College combined for 16 runs in a single nine-inning game on Sunday. The matchup of nationally-ranked programs saw the #11 Thunderbirds earn a 12-4 decision over the #15 WolfPack, who have now lost four straight games after a 2-0 start. The loss drops the 'Pack to 1-4 all-time against Mesa Community College.
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LATE RUNS: WolfPack use late-game scoring to net two more spring trip wins
CLERMONT, FL. - In both games during the third day of the 2019 Madison College softball spring trip, the WolfPack rallied from behind to score seven runs over the final two innings to win each game. In the first game, the WolfPack beat Anderson University JV, 7-1, while rallying to beat Iowa Lakes Community College, 9-4, after trailing 4-2 after four innings.
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Pair of pitchers' duels end in WolfPack defeat
SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ. - In a rematch of a 2018 NJCAA Division II World Series elimination game, Madison College and Scottsdale Community College went pitch-for-pitch in a pair of tightly contested games that both finished with 1-0 final scores. The Fighting Artichokes won the doubleheader opener in the first extra inning before taking the nightcap in similar fashion in the seventh inning. WolfPack pitchers put forth a dominant effort, led by freshman Patrick Foldy's no-hit bid through six innings of the second game. Madison College has now dropped three straight games after a 2-0 start and trails Scottsdale Community College by a 12-3 margin in the head-to-head series.
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RUNS RULE: WolfPack score double-digit runs to run-rule both Moraine and Marian
KISSIMMEE, FL. - Madison College bats were alive on day two of the Florida spring trip. Against NJCAA Region IV opponent, Moraine Valley Community College, the #12-ranked WolfPack generated 14 hits and nine runs as they run-ruled the Cyclones, 9-1, in six innings. Against Marian University JV, it was the same result, as the 'Pack belted 12 hits, scoring 12 runs, and run-ruling the Sabres in the fifth inning, 12-2.
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Late collapse sends WolfPack to season's first loss
PHOENIX, ARIZ. - For six innings of Friday's nine-inning matchup against Paradise Valley Community College, the Madison College baseball team appeared to have everything going their way, but in one half inning it all fell apart in a 7-4 loss. The setback is the first of the season for the #15 WolfPack and snaps a short two-game win streak to open the 2019 campaign. It also drops the 'Pack to 3-5 in the all-time series with the Pumas.
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SPLIT DECISION: Martin shuts out Mott, Cuyahoga too much for Pack
KISSIMMEE, FL. - Jordan Martin wasted no time making her presence felt in Madison College softball's first game of the spring trip. The first year righthander from Hortonville H.S. allowed only one hit over seven innings of work, posting her second one hit shutout of the season. The Pack' won 5-0 over Mott Community College from Michigan. In the second game, the WolfPack scored just one run on five hits and fell 8-1 to Cuyahoga Community College from Ohio.
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FAST START: WolfPack win first two games of season, Arizona Spring Trip
CHANDLER, ARIZ. - Despite a flight delay and just 12 hours between their arrival in the desert and first pitch of their season opener, the Madison College baseball team made an early statement with a pair of wins in sweeping the season-opening doubleheader with wins of 7-3 and 12-5. The 2-0 start to the Arizona Spring Trip marks the second time in the last three years, while also improving the #15-ranked WolfPack's all-time record against the Coyotes to 4-2 with three straight wins.
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PHASE TWO: WolfPack ready to build off momentous 2018
One year after taking the program to its greatest season ever, Madison College head softball coach Leo Kalinowski is looking to build a consistent presence on the national stage.
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Experienced WolfPack aiming for big goals in 2019
"This is probably one of the most experienced teams that I have had in my 20-plus years of junior college coaching."