Western Kentucky’s baseball team split its doubleheader against Middle Tennessee on Saturday afternoon at Nick Denes Field.
The Hilltoppers dropped game one, 3-0, before bouncing back for a 5-4 victory in game two.
“I thought we pitched well in both games,” WKU coach John Pawlowski said in a news release. “Sean (Bergeron) gave us seven innings and didn’t walk anyone, then Devyn (Terbrak) and Mason (Vinyard) had to make some big pitches there at the end to finish this thing off. I think we walked one guy all day, much better than we did yesterday.”
Bergeron earned the starting nod in game one of the doubleheader, tossing a complete game while allowing just three runs and striking out a pair over seven innings.