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Bemidji State opens home baseball season against Minnesota-Duluth

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Bemidji Minnesota P.O. Box 455 56619

BEMIDJI - The Bemidji State University baseball team begins its home schedule today and Sunday with a Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference four-game series against Minnesota-Duluth. Today's doubleheader is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. while Sunday's twinbill will start at noon.

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All NSIC doubleheaders feature a seven-inning opener and a nine-inning second game. The nine inning game has a 10-run rule after seven complete innings.

The Beavers own a 10-8 overall record and are 3-1 in NSIC play after winning three of four games last weekend at Concordia-St. Paul

Junior Jaryd Marks had at least one hit in each game and seven in the four games to increase his team-best hitting streak to 13. He leads the Beavers with a .377 batting average and his .607 slugging percentage tops the squad and sits eighth in the NSIC.

Junior lefty Phil Bray is 4-1 on the mound this season and is tied for third in the NSIC in wins. Junior right-hander Logan Kalis has 21 strikeouts to lead the team and is tied for 10th in the NSIC.

The Bulldogs are 5-11 overall and 0-4 in NSIC play after being swept last weekend at Minnesota State. Marcus Riewer leads UMD with a .390 average, 23 hits and 11 runs scored. Collin Stinogel has started five games and owns a 1-1 record with a 3.52 ERA. In 23 innings pitched he has allowed 11 runs (nine earned) on 18 hits with nine strikeouts.

E BSU has hosted 18 games in March all-time and stands 4-14.

E The Beavers are No. 9 in the latest NCBWA Division II Central Region poll (March 27). BSU has been ranked or received votes in each poll this season, with a highest ranking of No. 5 (March 13).

E BSU has hosted 18 games in March all-time and stands 4-14.

- The Beavers are No. 9 in the latest NCBWA Division II Central Region poll (March 27). BSU has been ranked or received votes in each poll this season, with a highest ranking of No. 5 (March 13).

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