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February 28, 2014

College baseball roundup

CENT. MISSOURI 3, NSU 1; NSU 5, CENT. MISSOURI 4 – The RiverHawks won their first MIAA game of the season by taking the nightcap after falling to the Mules in the opener. Cody Robinson contributed to five of NSU’s six runs on the day as he hit three home runs, including a three-run go-ahead blast in the fifth inning of the second game.

OU 9, MANHATTAN 0 – The University of Oklahoma baseball team was victorious over Manhattan College on Thursday. The Sooners snapped a brief two-game slide to improve to 6-3 on the season, while the Jaspers fell to 1-4.

OSU 2, GONZAGA 0 –  Four Oklahoma State pitchers combined for the Cowboys’ first shutout of the season as coach Josh Holliday’s 11th-ranked club defeated Gonzaga, 2-0, on Thursday at the Sanderson Ford College Baseball Classic.

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