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    A-State Swept in Doubleheader at ULM
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    May 17, 2024

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    MONROE, La. (5/17/24) – Arkansas State baseball (21-31-1, 7-21-1 SBC) was unable to snatch a win in the doubleheader against ULM (24-30, 10-19 SBC), falling by scores of 12-4 and 6-1 on Friday afternoon at Lou St. Amant Field.
     
    Max Charlton (3-4) made his seventh and final start as a Red Wolf in the second matchup, surrendering two runs on five hits and two walks while striking out four over five innings pitched. Wil French led the team in hits, going 2-for-4 at the plate with one run scored.
     
    GAME ONE
    Walker Williams took the mound as last night’s contest restarted with one out in the eighth inning. Jake Haggard scored two on a single up the middle while a bases loaded walk and wild pitch capped off a seven-run inning for the Warhawks.
     
    The Red Wolves were unable to respond in the ninth, falling by eight runs in Game 1. Zach Shaw (1-1) earned the win while Arlon Butts (3-2) took the loss.
     
    More information on the series opener can be found in the link below.
     
    https://bit.ly/3ylwxdU
     
    GAME TWO
    Wil French led off the opening frame with a triple before scoring on an RBI-single from Jared Toler in the next at-bat. ULM would respond in the bottom of the third, using an RBI-knock from Easton Winsfield to tie the game at 1-1.
     
    Neither team would score again until the sixth when Shawn Weatherbee put the Warhawks in front with a solo-homer to right field. An RBI-single from Jake Haggard was complemented with a sacrifice fly from Marcus Aranda, putting the Scarlet and Black down by three runs.
     
    Michelle Artzberger launched a two-run shot past the right-field wall in the next inning to make the score 6-1 going into the final stretch.
     
    A-State was unable to answer, falling by five runs and dropping the final series of the 2024 season. Chipper Menard (2-3) earned the win while Charlton took his fourth loss of the year.
     
    NEXT UP
    Arkansas State concludes the 2024 season against ULM on Saturday, May 18 at Lou St. Amant Field. First pitch is set for 1:00 p.m. on ESPN+ and can be heard on FM Newstalk 102.1/KBTM-AM 1230 along with the A-State Red Wolves mobile app.
     
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    For the latest on the A-State baseball program, follow @AStateBaseball on Twitter/X and @astatebaseball on Instagram, while also liking Arkansas State Baseball on Facebook.

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