It was a tough day at the yard for the Tiffin University baseball team, falling 17-3 to the Saginaw Valley State Cardinals. The Cardinals used big innings to rack up their run total, while relying on great starting pitching to take down Tiffin.
The Tiffin University women's lacrosse team will play a set of games this coming weekend, both of which put them indoors. The Dragons will take on the Golden Bears of Concordia St. Paul on Friday, and then the Wildcats of Northern Michigan University.
The Tiffin University baseball team will attempt to play a four game series with Saginaw Valley State University this week, battling the elements along with the Cardinals. The four game set is to be played on, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Just when you thought that baseball would bring some warmth to Northwest Ohio, Old Man Winter throws a curve ball and has forced a change to the Dragons' series with Saginaw Valley State University. Instead of a Friday, Saturday, Sunday series, the two teams will attempt to squeeze all four games into two days. The series will open on Thursday at 1:00 pm with a doubleheader, and will conclude the following day with game one beginning at noon.
Tiffin University could not duplicate its strong showing from round one, falling 17 strokes off their day one score in finishing 6th at the Saginaw Valley State Spring Invitational played at Cherry Blossom Golf Course in Georgetown, Kentucky.
Tiffin University was five strokes back after day one, and finished five strokes back after the final round, as they finished 4th overall at the Saginaw Valley State Spring Invitational at Kearney Hills Golf Links at Lexington, Kentucky.
The Tiffin University baseball team salvaged the last game of their three game set with the University of Indianapolis, defeating the Greyhounds 8-4. Tiffin got good starting pitching, and the bullpen was equally impressive, tossing four innings while allowing one run.
The Tiffin University baseball team narrowly dropped their Saturday afternoon nine inning affair with the University of Indianapolis. The Dragons clawed back to within a run twice, but couldn't find the hit they desperately needed to tie or take the lead, falling 6-5.
The Tiffin University baseball team saw their lead dissipate in the middle innings in their matchup with the nationally ranked University of Indianapolis Greyhounds on Friday afternoon. A five run bottom of the 5th proved too much for the Dragons to overcome as they fell 7-5.
The Tiffin University men's tennis team will hit the road for a weekend tilt with GLVC foe Lewis University. The Dragons, coming off a hard fought victory over Hillsdale on Wednesday, will look to make it back-to-back wins.
To honor the National Runner-up finish by the Men's Indoor Track and Field team at the NCAA Division II National Indoor Championships held at Pittsburg State March 9-10, a Celebration Week will be held from March 12-16 to honor their top accomplishments.
Tiffin University (8-11) wasted little time getting back on track after their trip to Florida, exploding against Urbana for 22 runs in a sweep. The Dragons scorched the Blue Knights 10-1 and 12-3 in two five-inning games.