Saturday, April 16, 2011

Hallock strikes out seven, nabs fifth win of season

Perkins graduate Kyle Hallock struck out seven batters in seven masterful innings to help Kent State bounce back against Central Michigan with a win, 9-3, in a Mid-American Conference game at Theunissen Stadium on Saturday.

Despite battling poor weather conditions, Hallock fanned seven, walked one, allowed one earned run on eight hits to tie for the Kent State (23-11, 9-2 MAC) lead with his fifth victory of the season.

"Kyle Hallock was the difference," seventh-year Kent State head coach Scott Stricklin said. "He really performed well in tough surroundings. The wind was really blowing, and it was raining. The conditions were not favorable for baseball today, and I thought our players played really well through that."

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