BURLINGTON, N.C. – Coming into the day, the task for the third seeded King University baseball team was simple, win and the Conference Carolinas Tournament championship was theirs. However, second seed Coker College had other ideas as their offense erupted for 14 runs on 18 hits to force a winner-take-all game with the 14-11 victory.
BURLINGTON, N.C. – Due to rain moving through the Burlington area, the completion of the King University-Coker College baseball game has been postponed. The Conference Carolinas Baseball Tournament championship game is scheduled to resume tomorrow at 1:00 p.m. in Burlington.
BURLINGTON, N.C. – After dropping their first game of the Conference Carolinas Baseball Tournament on Sunday, the second game between King University and Coker College was postponed until Monday afternoon. The Tornado dug out of a 3-0 deficit, but the Cobras bounced right back to take the game 6-3.
BURLINGTON, N.C. – With a spot in the Conference Carolinas Baseball Tournament championship on the line, third seed King University’s Reiss Stanley shutdown the top seed, and No. 1 ranked Mount Olive College offense for six innings. The Tornado bats stayed hot as King topped the Trojans 6-4 to move into the title game.
BURLINGTON, N.C. – In their second game of the Conference Carolinas Baseball Tournament, third seeded King University jumped on third seed Coker College early, and didn’t look back. The Tornado turned three double plays behind the complete game performance by Alex Gonzalez on the mound in the 7-2 victory to stay in the winner’s bracket.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – During the first day of the Conference Carolinas Baseball Tournament, the conference awarded their all-conference performers. King University’s Steven Todoschuk, Josh Huffman, Garrett Cook, Tyler Gaby and Cory Rhodes all earned second team honors.
BURLINGTON, N.C. – In the opening game of the Conference Carolinas Baseball Tournament, it looked as though third seeded King University would cruise past fourth seed Belmont Abbey College. However, the Crusaders tied the game with a five run seventh, but the Tornado answered with a run in the bottom of the inning to take the game 7-6 and move into the winner’s bracket.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – Playing for seeding in next weekend’s Conference Carolinas Tournament, the King University baseball team opened a key series with North Greenville University on Saturday. The Tornado came back to take game one of the doubleheader 3-2 in 10 innings before dropping the nightcap 3-1.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – With the threat of rain on Friday, King University’s baseball game with North Greenville University has been postponed until Monday. Saturday’s doubleheader time has also been adjusted and will now start at 1:00 p.m., with Monday’s game starting at 3:30 p.m.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – The King University baseball team took on Carson-Newman University in a non-conference matchup. The Eagles jumped ahead early only to see King come back. However, Carson-Newman registered 18 hits en route to the 13-8 victory.
MISENHEIMER, N.C. – In a key Conference Carolinas matchup in terms of seeding for the conference tournament, the King University baseball team took two-out-of-three from Pfeiffer University. The Tornado took Sunday’s rubber match 6-3 behind a great start by pitcher Alex Gonzalez.
MISENHEIMER, N.C. – In a key Conference Carolinas series, the King University baseball team took a split in Saturday‘s doubleheader at Pfeiffer University. The Tornado fell 9-5 in game one before taking a 3-2 victory in game two behind a complete game from Cory Rhodes.
BRISTOL, Tenn. - The King University baseball team continued their hot streak of late on Wednesday when they hosted Tusculum College. The Tornado scored early, and added some insurance runs late to top the Pioneers 9-4.
BRISTOL, Tenn. - Following a week where the King University baseball posted a record of 4-1 and took a road sweep at Limestone College, second basemen Steven Todoschuk was named Conference Carolinas Baseball Player of the Week.
MARS HILL, N.C. - The King University baseball stayed hot in their non-conference game at Mars Hill College on Tuesday afternoon. The Tornado fell behind early, but came back with six runs in the fourth inning en route to the 14-8 victory.
GAFFNEY, S.C. - The King University baseball team capped a three-game sweep at Limestone College behind a white hot offense on Sunday afternoon. The Tornado plated 11 runs in the first three innings en route to the 13-8 victory.
GAFFNEY, S.C. - The King University baseball team set the tone of their Conference Carolinas series at Limestone College early, with two runs in the first inning of game one. The Tornado went on to take game 9-4 before their offense exploded in the second game. After plating seven runs in the first inning of game two, King cruised to the 16-5 victory for the doubleheader sweep.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – Wednesday’s baseball game between King University and Concord University looked like it was going to be a pitcher’s duel early. However, both offenses woke up late in the game, and the Tornado came back from a 9-2 deficit to win the non-conference contest 12-11.
HARROGATE, Tenn. – The King University baseball team jumped out of conference to take on Lincoln Memorial University on Tuesday afternoon. The Tornado came back from a three run deficit, but it wasn’t enough as the Railsplitters regained the lead and took the game 6-3.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – The King University baseball team had a chance to win a Conference Carolinas series against Erskine College at home on Saturday. However, the Flying Fleet recorded 35 hits in the sweep of Saturday’s doubleheader. Erskine took a 13-9 extra-inning win in game one, and followed it with an 11-0 victory in game two.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – The King University baseball team returned to Conference Carolinas play, and trailed Erskine College for most of the game. However, the Tornado took their first lead of the game with three runs in the seventh, and Alex Martin closed down the 6-3 victory.
GREENVILLE, Tenn. – In game that was rescheduled three times, the King University baseball team quickly jumped ahead at Tusculum College on Thursday evening. However, the Pioneers scored in all but one inning to top the Tornado 9-5 in the non-conference affair.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – The King University baseball team showed no sign of slowing down after last weekend’s series win against No. 1 Mount Olive on Wednesday afternoon. The Tornado scored three runs in the first inning, and six in the first three innings en route to their 10-8 victory over Virginia Intermont College.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – Tuesday’s baseball game between King University and Tusculum College has been rescheduled for Thursday night. The contest will start at 6:00 p.m., and Tusculum will provide live video and live stats.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – After splitting Saturday’s doubleheader at top-ranked Mount Olive College, the King University baseball team earned the series win with a 12-7 win on Sunday afternoon. The Tornado fell behind early, but finished strong with seven runs in the final three innings to clinch the victory.