Baseball team sweeps Brewton-Parker

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Baseball team sweeps Brewton-Parker

Wolf Pack third baseman and junior Spencer Rosenbohm, interceptes a ground ball at the John A. Alario Sr. Event Center baseball diamond in Westwego, on January, 14. Rosenbohm, who is pursuing a physics major said he looked forward to the season. Photo credit: Osama Ayyad

Wolf Pack third baseman and junior Spencer Rosenbohm, interceptes a ground ball at the John A. Alario Sr. Event Center baseball diamond in Westwego, on January, 14. Rosenbohm, who is pursuing a physics major said he looked forward to the season. Photo credit: Osama Ayyad

Wolf Pack third baseman and junior Spencer Rosenbohm, interceptes a ground ball at the John A. Alario Sr. Event Center baseball diamond in Westwego, on January, 14. Rosenbohm, who is pursuing a physics major said he looked forward to the season. Photo credit: Osama Ayyad

Wolf Pack third baseman and junior Spencer Rosenbohm, interceptes a ground ball at the John A. Alario Sr. Event Center baseball diamond in Westwego, on January, 14. Rosenbohm, who is pursuing a physics major said he looked forward to the season. Photo credit: Osama Ayyad

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The Loyola baseball team takes out the brooms as they close out the Brewton-Parker series with a seat in the SSAC playoffs.

With wins in the first two games, the Wolf Pack put a 16-6 stomping on Brewton-Parker in Game 3 on the road.

Loyola did not give their opponents a chance to breathe, as they scored 8 runs in just the first three innings alone. The team went on another 8 run spurt late in the game to solidify the win.

Rawlings Elam and Ben Condara both tied for game-high three runs.

Loyola now has a 21-25 overall record and is the eighth seed in the SSAC playoffs.

Their next series will be in Baton Rouge against NCAA DI Southern University on April 18.

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