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2022 BJU BRUINS BASEBALL SCHEDULE

 

Apr 8 (Fri) 6 p.m. Home Paine College Greenville, SC

Apr 9 (Sat) 12:30 p.m. Home Paine College Greenville, SC

Apr 9 (Sat) 3:30 p.m. Home Paine College Greenville, SC

Apr 12 (Tue) 4 p.m. Home Maryville College Greenville, SC

Apr 15 (Fri) 6 p.m. Away Mid-Atlantic Christian University Elizabeth City, NC

Apr 16 (Sat) 12 p.m. Away Mid-Atlantic Christian University Elizabeth City, NC

Apr 16 (Sat) 3 p.m. Away Mid-Atlantic Christian University Elizabeth City, NC

Apr 19 (Tue) 3 p.m. Away Truett McConnell University Cleveland, GA

Apr 19 (Tue) 6 p.m. Away Truett McConnell University Cleveland, GA

Apr 22 (Fri) 3 p.m. Away Covenant College Lookout Mountain, GA

Apr 23 (Sat) 12 p.m. Away Covenant College Lookout Mountain, GA

Apr 23 (Sat) 3 p.m. Away Covenant College Lookout Mountain, GA

Apr 26 (Tue) 6 p.m. Home Brevard College Greenville, SC

Apr 29 (Fri) 6 p.m. Home Mid-Atlantic Christian University Greenville, SC

Apr 30 (Sat) 12 p.m. Home Mid-Atlantic Christian University Greenville, SC

May 20 (Fri) TBA Neutral TBA Kansas City, MO

Home Games - Conestee Park: 840 Mauldin Rd. Greenville, SC, 29607

Admissions: All home games are free for fans to attend

through the 2021-22 school year.

                                 

BRUINS ROSTER

1Chad Bayne  INFIELDER  Jr .Business Administration  Easley, SC

2Isaiah Brandt OUTFIELDER  So. Christian Ministries  Treasure Island, FL

3Daniel Williams  PITCHER Jr.Engineering  Santee, SC

4Douglas Goldstrom CATCHER  So.Sport Management  Greenville, SC

5Riley Ramsey  OUTFIELDER  So.Business Administration Gaffney, SC

6Noah Weaver  PITCHER Fr  .EngineeringSuffolk, VA

7Jerry Dunwoody PITCHER So.Criminal JusticeGreenville, SC

9Conley BurkIN  FIELDER/CATCHER  Sr.Kinesiology Lake Waccamaw, NC

11Adrian Lasval INFIELDER  So.Criminal Justice  Fort Lee, NJ

12Daniel BarcenaC/PSo.Sport ManagementCape Coral, FL

14Zach Burk PITCHER So.Business Administration  Lake Waccamaw, NC

15Bryson French  CATCHER/INFIELDER  Sr.Accounting  Winfield, WV

17David Gonzalez INFIELDER Jr.  Information Technology  Lakeland, FL

20Shane ParuchINFSr.Ministry and LeadershipFruita, CO

21Brandon DavisOFJr.KinesiologyMacon, GA

24Henry WallachPSr.Business AdministrationRoswell, GA

26Nikita SifoniosOFJr.Health SciencesHaskell, NJ

27Reid GigglemanPSo.EngineeringMoncks Corner, SC

29Daniel WoodINF/PFr.EngineeringWest Chester, PA

30Joshua LegnardPSo.Sport ManagementMoncks Corner, SC

31Ethan RogersPJr.Premed/PredentMoore, SC

33Nicholas CortezPFr.Criminal JusticePflugerville, TX

36Colby HoganOFFr.Business AdministrationMonroe, GA

37David TwiddyOFFr.International StudiesTemple Terrace, FL

38Cole PearsonINFFr.Business AdministrationAnderson, SC

41Tyler PearsonINF/PSo.Sport ManagementAnderson, SC

42David ChappellPFr.Business AdministrationPensacola, FL

43Thomas DeloneyPFr.AccountingCantonment, FL

 

Baseball Coaching Staff

Brent CasteelHead Coach - Baseball

Kyle MorrisonAssistant Coach - Baseball

Jim RulapaughAssistant Coach - Baseball

Jackson DukeshierTeam Manager - Baseball

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The Bruins were back in action on Saturday afternoon as the team battled region opponent Toccoa Falls College in a doubleheader. The two teams went back and forth but the Screaming Eagles were able to edge the Bruins 4-1 and 8-4 on the day. 

"We continue to show progress and I'm proud of our guys," Bruins Head Coach Brent Casteel said. "We just couldn't put up runs when we needed them today." 

The Bruins came into the doubleheader on the heels of an 8-4 win on Friday night. Henry Wallach pitched his second complete game of the season while Daniel Barcena carried the Bruins going 3 for 3 in the win. The team was hoping to finish out the weekend with a series win as they took the field on Saturday afternoon. 

Josh Legnard would be on the mound for the Bruins in game one and the freshman came out strong with good pitching from the start. The two teams went back and forth before Zach Burk singled home a run to give the Bruins a 1-0 lead in the 3rd inning. 

The Screaming Eagles battled back in the bottom of the third as a pair of doubles and a triple helped Toccoa score three runs and take a 3-1 lead. Toccoa would add another run in the 4th while the Bruins began to struggle offensively as the team couldn't get the runs to keep pace. As a result, Toccoa was able to hold off the Bruins and win 4-1 in game one of the doubleheader. 

After a short break, the two teams were back on the field to decide who would take the three-game series. Jerry Dunwoody would pitch for the Bruins in the second game of the day. 

The Bruins came out strong from the start as Conley Burk hit a double to score two runs and give the Bruins a 2-0 lead. Colby Hogan helped the Bruins defensively as the second baseman had a pair of great plays to keep Toccoa off the board. Jerry Dunwoody continued to pitch well for the Bruins as the team looked to extend their lead. 

Toccoa would tie the game in the bottom of the 3rd inning as a triple and two doubles tied the game at 2-2. The Bruins were able to regain the lead in the 4th as Bryson French and Chad Bayne each drove home a run to make it 4-2. 

Again, Toccoa would rally to tie the game at 4-4 before taking their first lead of the game thanks to a single to make it 5-4. The Screaming Eagles then extended their lead thanks to a homerun in the 5th as they pushed the lead to 7-4. 

The Bruins tried to get back into the game, but the team left key runs on base throughout the remaining innings as Toccoa would finish off the Bruins 8-4 to win game two of the doubleheader. 

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