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Alex Klonowski
Senior Alex Klonowski (Kearney, Missouri/Kearney) set the NIU baseball (16-33-1, 11-13 MAC) single-season record for complete game shutouts in a season Sunday to clinch the series over Akron in a 2-0 victory. Klonowski scattered two hits, striking out seven with two walks on Senior Day. The shutout by Klonowski also tied the career record for...
Anthony Andres
Against arguably the top Major League League Baseball pitching prospect in the Mid-American Conference – Jordan Foley – the NIU Huskies (9-27-1, 5-8 MAC) outhit Central Michigan (25-14, 11-2 MAC), 7-6, but fell one run short as Northern Illinois dropped game one of the series, 3-2. NIU starting pitcher Anthony Andres (Western Springs, Ill./St. Rita) threw...
Tommy Hook
The NIU Huskies (8-22-1, 4-6 MAC) were relentless Friday in the series opener at Eastern Michigan (11-20, 1-9 MAC) as it scored in five innings and amassed 12 hits to defeat the Eagles, 10-2. The Huskies were error-free defensively and turned four double plays, a new season-high. Northern Illinois improved to 5-2 in the last...
Connor Schomig
Northern Illinois baseball (5-21-1, 2-6 MAC) started slow against Toledo (12-15, 4-3 MAC) in its first two games at the Ralph McKinzie Field, mounting two late rallies on the Rockets. A pinch-hit grand slam by Micah McCulloch (Rochelle, Ill./Rochelle Township) in game one and a four run seventh in game two opened the door for...
Anthony Andres
Despite a biting wind and cold, the Northern Illinois baseball team (4-17-1, 2-3 MAC) accounted for 10 hits and nine runs versus Bowling Green (6-16, 0-4 MAC) in the series opener at Grand Park. With solid defense and pitching to compliment the hitting, NIU held BG scoreless for the Falcons first shutout of the season,...
Landon Tenhagen
After surrendering five runs in the bottom of the eight inning to trail UIC, 7-3, Northern Illinois (2-15-1) plated five runs in the top of the ninth inning to put out the Flames (4-10), 8-7. Senior Landon Tenhagen (Burlington, Wis./Madison Area Tech) hit a three-run homer — his first of the season — to lift...
Tommy Hook
The Northern Illinois University baseball team threatened on several occasions Tuesday night at Baggett Stadium, but was unable to complete the comeback as they fell to No. 11 Cal Poly, 4-2, in the first game of the three-game set. Justin Fletcher (Pekin, Ill./Illinois Central College) and Alex Klonowski (Kearney, Mo./Kearney) each batted in a run...
Eli Anderson
In frigid baseball temperatures, the Northern Illinois pitching staff outlasted Souther Illinois in the series opener as the Huskies (1-6-1) defeated the Salukis (5-3), 1-0. Pitcher Eli Anderson (Glenview, Ill./New Trier) hurled 7.1 innings, striking out eight while scattering five hits and allowing two walks. The temperature at first pitch, 12:03 p.m., was 43 degrees...
Landon Tenhagen
For the first time since April 26, 2005, a Northern Illinois baseball game ended in a tie, as the Huskies (0-6-1) drew with New Mexico (3-3-1) at Lobo Baseball Field, 3-3. NIU stranded 14 runners on base, while UNM left 11. The game was called due to time limit as NIU had to catch its...
Tommy Hook
Playing extra innings baseball for third time in the last five games, the Northern Illinois baseball team (22-33) surrendered two runs in the top of the 11th to Bowling Green (21-28) as the Huskies fell to the Falcons, 6-4. “We had a great approach on the offensive side of the ball on their starting pitcher....
Connor Schomig
MAC West champions! The Northern Illinois baseball team (22-32, 16-11 MAC) clinched its first ever Mid-American Conference West division championship Saturday afternoon in 10 innings at Ball Diamond as the Huskies defeated Ball State (28-23, 15-12 MAC) on Connor Schomig’s (Darien/Hinsdale South) three-run double, 6-4. NIU now travels to the MAC Tournament in Avon, Ohio,...
For the first time since March 22-24 versus Kent State, the Northern Illinois baseball team (20-26, 14-7 MAC) dropped a series, falling in game three at Toledo (19-27, 10-11 MAC), 9-2. “Toledo came out swinging the bat and won the game. There’s no doubt about that; that’s just how baseball works sometimes. They were the...
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