College baseball: St. Mary's pitchers handcuff Cobbers

Three Cardinals hurlers limited Concordia to just a run on two hits in an 11-1 win on Sunday in Winona.

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WINONA, Minn. — Three St. Mary's pitchers surrendered just a run on two hits as the Cardinals defeated Concordia 11-1 in seven innings Sunday at Max Molock Field.

St. Mary's starter Jake Mercado allowed a run on two hits in five innings and Jonathan Cieminski and TJ Bergland both worked a scoreless inning in relief.

Concordia's Canaan Fagerland singled and scored the Cobbers' lone run on Toby Sayles' RBI single in the second inning.

The Cobbers are 3-6 in the MIAC and 9-10 overall. Two games scheduled at St. Olaf on Wednesday have been canceled so the Cobbers play next at Macalester in a doubleheader that begins at 1 p.m. Saturday, April 24.

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