Albany State Baseball Advance With Victory Over Kentucky State University


Albany State Sports Information



Albany State Sports Information


ALBANY, Ga. – Albany State University took advantage of a pair of big innings to defeat Kentucky State, 9-4, Friday afternoon at Golden Rams Field to advance in the 2019 Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Baseball Championship.

The Golden Rams used a five-run first and second inning and a four-run fourth and fifth inning to improve their record to 31-18. While the visiting Kentucky State University falls to 27-15.

Albany State jumped to a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first inning when Kevin Bryant flied out center field to bring Reyes across home plate.

ASU took advantage of a triple by Reyes to score three runs in the bottom of the second to take a 4-0 lead. Jonathan Circullo singled to bring Reyes home to bring the score 5-0 in favor of ASU.

The Thorobreds of Kentucky State University answered in the top of the third inning when Dom Lawson flied out to center field to score Russell Sims to cut ASU’s lead 5-1.

In the top of the fourth, KSU’s J. Ransom hit a home run to followed by a double to right center by Jace Wilson to add two runs to make the score 5-3.

The Golden Rams continued to add four points to the scoreboard in the remaining innings to take a 9-4 victory. KSU added its final run in the top of the eighth inning.

Golden Rams starting pitcher Michael Reddick (6-2) picked up the pitching win, allowing 11 hits and four runs while striking out 11 and walking one over eight innings. KSU’s Brady Bibbs was charged with the loss after allowing nine runs on 11 hits and walking two over four innings pitched.

Quantico Dodson-Williams and Chasen Roulhac led the hitting charge for the Golden Rams with three hits each. Ernis Reyesand Gavin Sloan both contributed two hits each.

The Golden Rams will return to action on Saturday, May 4thas they face Spring Hill College at the Golden Rams Field on Albany State University West Campus. First pitch slated for 10 a.m.

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