WICHITA, Kan.- The Shocker baseball team lost the second game of a three-game series against the Tulane Green Wave, 7-2, on Saturday afternoon at Eck Stadium.
Starting pitcher Albert Minnis pitched 6.2 innings for the Shockers, allowing four runs on five hits and striking out one in a losing effort.
Taylor Doggett went two-for-three with two walks.
The Wave got on the board first in the fourth inning. A single by Blake Crohan scored Brandon Boudreaux, then, in the next at-bat, Sean Potkay hit a three-run homerun over the left field wall to put Tulane up, 4-0.
The Shockers had the bases loaded in the sixth, but were only able to score one run on a Dayne Parker sacrifice fly that scored Taylor Doggett, to put the score at 4-1.
In the seventh, Erik Harbutz would cut into the lead a little more when he singled to left field to score Tyler Coughenour, putting the score at 4-2.
Tulane would put the game away in the ninth. Nick Schneeberger hit a solo homerun, and then after Blake Crohan walked, Sean Potkay hit another homerun for the Wave over the left field wall.
The Shocks will take on the Green Wave in the final game of the series on Sunday at Eck Stadium. The game starts at 1 p.m.