Louisville-Rice Game At A Glance
THE GAME AT A GLANCETurning Point
Senior shortstop Chris Cates couldn't handle Aaron Luna's hard smash in
the bottom of the fifth. If he had, Louisville might have turned a
double play to end the inning and retained a 10-4 lead. Instead, a run
came home, Rice scored three runs to close within 10-7 and never lost
: In a game
with 25 runs scored, it was still a pitcher--lefthander Bobby Bramhall,
who came out of the Rice bullpen to throw two scoreless innings.
You May Not Have Noticed
Louisville committed four errors overall. As Cardinals coach Dan
McDonnell said, the Owls played "cleaner baseball," one of the reasons
they won the game. Also, Louisville's Logan Johnson homered twice and
just missed a third homer in the ninth, flying out to the warning track
in right in the seventh.