FAYETTEVILLE – The No. 15 University of Arkansas baseball team dropped a 5-2 decision to Ball State Saturday afternoon at Baum Stadium. Playing catch up the entire game, the Razorbacks (1-1) had their opportunities to even the score or take the lead, but 12 runners left on base kept the home team on the short end of game two’s outcome.
“We had our chances,” head coach Dave Van Horn said. “We had guys that didn’t put the bat on the ball, completely opposite of last night where we’re driving in runs with sacrifice flies. There were a couple of times where we had a runner on third with less than two outs and couldn’t get them in.”