Cougars continue winning streak, hang up 14 runs
The 9th ranked Cougar baseball team rattled off another win in the early part of the season, hanging a 14-1 win over McNeese State University on Tuesday.
Thanks to 13 hits and a lights-out performance from the pitching staff, the Cougars improved to 4-0 on the season.
Freshman first baseman Joe Davis led the way for UH offensively, batting three for five with two doubles and a home run, ringing up five RBI and two runs on the night.
Sophomore right fielder Clay Casey also showed power as he belted a home run of his own, adding two RBI and two runs.
Junior starting pitcher Marshall Kasowski pitched five innings, allowing just four hits, two walks and a run while striking out seven batters.
A pair of freshman, Tanner Lawson and Nolan Bond, pitched in relief for the Cougars for four innings, allowing a combined three hits while Lawson recorded one strike out.
With the victory, the Cougars now turn their attention to the Shriners Hospitals for Children College Classic this weekend and their first game of the round-robin against Texas Tech University on Friday at noon.