Providence Captures Lead Early To Defeat Musketeers, 24-2, after a big 17 run first inning from Providence. 

Musketeers fell behind early and couldn’t come back in a 24-2 loss to Providence on Tuesday.

Providence scored on a home run by Borden, a walk by Taylor, a double by Betz, a single by Lewis, a walk by Davis, a single by Graf, a walk by Tackett, a walk by Taylor, and a double by Betz in the first inning.

Providence captured the lead in the first inning. With zero outs in the first inning Borden drove in three runs when he homered.

Home runs for Providence came when Borden homered in the first inning and Uhl homered in the third inning.

Dawson Dupin and Ridge Hall each drove in one run to lead Musketeers.

Providence collected 16 hits. Wurm, Taylor, Graf, and Betz each collected multiple hits for

Providence. Wurm went 3-for-3 at the plate to lead Providence in hits. Providence was sure-handed and didn’t commit a single error. Proctor made the most plays with five.