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Baseball drops 3 of 4

BY DI STAFF | MARCH 08, 2010 7:30 AM

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The Iowa baseball team dropped three of its four games against Kansas in Lawrence, Kan., this past weekend.

The Hawkeyes (4-5) split a double-header with the Jayhawks on March 5, dropping the first game, 8-1, before bouncing back to win the second, 5-3.

Iowa then dropped the March 6 and Sunday contests, 8-4 and 15-7.

Junior Kurtis Muller continued to stay hot at the plate for the Hawkeyes, recording eight hits this weekend and extending his hitting streak to 20 games, dating back to last season.

Hawkeye junior Zach McCool belted his first home run of the season, and fellow junior Trevor Willis added five hits and a pair of RBI over the four-game stretch.

Phil Schreiber picked up his first win of the season. The sophomore hurler allowed five hits and one earned run over six innings of work.

The Hawkeyes will take the field in Texas for their next nine games. Iowa has a four-game series with Texas March 12-14, followed by two contests against Texas-San Antonio on March 16-17 and a three-game series with Texas-Pan American on March 19-20.

— by Mitch Smith


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