Two Simpson baseball players – senior pitcher Matt Pennings and senior infielder Jake Sciesinski – were voted to the 2015 All-Iowa Conference Baseball Team, as announced by the league office Wednesday.
The Simpson baseball team showed a flair for the dramatic in a doubleheader sweep of Dubuque on Friday evening, coming back from four runs down to win the opener 7-6 and out-lasting the Spartans 5-4 in 11 innings in game two.
Jonathan Greiner had three hits and sparked a four-run third inning that helped the Simpson baseball team pull away in a 9-5, game-two win in a doubleheader split against No. 8 Wartburg on Sunday. Wartburg won game one 5-0.
Matt Pennings had his best outing of the season and the Simpson baseball team provided plenty of run support in a 9-1, game two win over Central to split Tuesday’s doubleheader. Central won the opener 9-3.
Devan Wicks drove in all three runs and Matt Pennings tossed a six-out save as the Simpson baseball team beat Buena Vista 3-1 in the first game of a doubleheader split on Friday. Buena Vista came back to win the nightcap 5-4 in 13 innings.
TUCSON, Ariz. - Gage Reis tied a school record with five hits in a win over Minot State as the Simpson baseball team split its final two games at the Tucson Invitational, beating Minot State 13-8 and falling to Carroll (Wis.) 13-5.
The Simpson baseball team earned its first win of the season by splitting a doubleheader with Bethany Lutheran at the Tucson Invitational on Sunday, losing game one 1-0 in eight innings before taking the nightcap 3-2.