The Spring Hill College baseball team swept a non-conference doubleheader at Selma University on Tuesday afternoon by the scores of 9-3 and 29-17, giving the Badgers a 4-game season series sweep of the Bulldogs.
In the first game, six Badgers hitters had multiple-hit afternoons as Ryan Hall, Bobby Voss, Brad Holstein, Ryan Cummings, Andy McCall and Justin Harrison each recorded two hits. The hits by Voss, Holstein and McCall also included homeruns.
SHC starter Mike Scanio moved to 4-0 on the season and allowed all three Bulldog runs off six hits.
In the nightcap, Cummings broke two school records with six hits and eight RBIs in a 6-for-6 performance that also included two homers - one of which was a Grand Slam.
The Badgers totaled 29 hits with seven round trippers as a team. Hall tallied four hits with four RBIs and scored four times. Voss ripped out three hits including the Badgers' record 20th team triple of the year.
Blake Nelson cranked two homers in the second game while Kendell Carvin stroked three hits and McCall and Harrison each had two hits with a dinger.
Theodore's William Tillman (1-0) picked up his first win of the season in one of the wildest contests in SHC history.
This weekend Spring Hill (23-16, 12-11 GCAC) will host 15th-ranked Belhaven University (27-10, 17-5 GCAC) in a 3-game conference series beginning with a single game Friday at 6 p.m. and finishing with a Saturday doubleheader at 1 p.m. on historic Stan Galle Field.