Army Baseball Walks It Off Against Tulane, 7-6
The Army West Point Baseball Team scored two runs in the bottom of the ninth to walk off against Tulane, 7-6, here Sunday afternoon. The Black Knights and Green Wave put together an exciting final few frames as the teams combined for eight of the game's total 13 runs after the fifth inning. Army trailed 6-5 heading into the bottom of the ninth inning but never wavered. Jacob Hurtubise earned a one-out walk to get the tying run on board. The cow then did what he does best and stole back-to-back bases to shift himself into a prime position. After the Green Wave recorded the second out of the inning, Hurtubise tied the game by scoring on a wild pitch. Fortunately for the Black Knights the inning was far from over. Anthony Giachin and Josh White posted consecutive walks before Army scored the game-winning run on a fielding error to complete the comeback. Jeremiah Adams and Trey Martin led the Army offense with two hits each, while five different Black Knights posted a run batted in. Read more.