LIVONIA, MICH. – Madonna University's baseball team set multiple records during their Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference doubleheader against Siena Heights University.
In the first game, the Crusaders won 25-2 and broke the school record for most home runs in a single game with nine, beating the previous record of eight from 2004. Freshman Brady Krzciok set an individual school record with three home runs and six RBIs, while Cal Fournier's two-run home run in the bottom of the sixth helped the Crusaders reach 25 runs, the second-most in school history. Dustin Cummins earned the win on the mound after allowing only two hits and striking out two Siena Heights hitters. In the second game, the Crusaders won 20-6 and were led by Anthony Sharkas, who hit a two-run home run in the first inning and finished with four RBIs. Matt Staelgraeve added five RBIs, while Carson Collins recorded the win on the mound after throwing four innings and striking out two. Madonna finished with 26 total hits in the first game and got back-to-back RBI triples from Sharkas and Alex Garbacik in the third inning of the second game. The Crusaders finished with a mercy rule victory.
For a full recap of the games, visit mucrusaders.com