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Senior right fielder David Lawson had seven RBI's and six hits in a double-header sweep of Lincoln.
 
Senior right fielder David Lawson had seven RBI's and six hits in a double-header sweep of Lincoln.
 
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Tribe Sweeps Double-Header From Lincoln

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Cape Girardeau, Mo. (March 26, 2003)- The Southeast Missouri State Indian baseball team swept a double-header from the Blue Tigers of Lincoln University today by the scores of 17-0, and 7-2. The win moves the Indians record to 8-8, while Lincoln falls to 6-20.

Southeast got 14 runs in the first three innings as they jumped out to an early 14-0 lead. Senior lefty Tim Alvarez (6-0) cruised through the first five innings allowing only three hits and one walk, while striking out five. The Tribe got another three off a home run from senior David Lawson in the seventh. Lawson had five RBI's in the game.

Lincoln scored first in game two, but it was a short-lived lead. Southeast answered with a run in the first and three in the third to take a 4-2 advantage. Sophomore lefty Jon Nourie (1-2) tamed the Blue Tigers in his five innings as he allowed just two runs, one earned, while striking out nine and walking none. He allowed just four hits. Stan Skakalski, James Beever and Gary Gilbert combined for one hit over the final two innings.

Lawson led the Tribe on the day as he was 4-6 in the two games with seven RBI's and two runs scored. Senior catcher Tristen McDonald had six RBI's on the day as he was 5-8 on the afternoon with a double.

The Tribe pitchers were spectacular today. Half of Southeast's 48 outs on the day came via the strikeout as the pitchers combined for 24 strikeouts while walking only one. Southeast pounded out 17 hits in the first game and 10 in the second.

Southeast next will play host to the Vikings of Missouri Valley College on Friday at 4 p.m. and on Saturday at 1 p.m.

 
 

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