Baseball team struggles to find their footing

The Wolves Men’s baseball team opened up Monday night’s contest against Harper College with an overall record of 12-20.

Thursday, April, 15 the Wolves will host Black Hawk College at Wayne L. King Field.

This doubleheader sweep with final scores of 9-2 and 5-3 helped end a dreadful 10 game losing streak.

The Wolves recently come off a four game road trip in which they ended up losing all four games. The road trip started with a Friday doubleheader on April 2 against Carl Sandburg.

The first game ended with a 6-16 loss, followed by 9-15 loss.

Triton College was the opponent for the second half of the road trip.

Another doubleheader that took place on Tuesday, April 6, the Wolves battled to the end in both game, but came short 8-9 and 8-11.

The 10 game losing streak dates back to March 26 in a doubleheader split against College of L. Lake County. Where the Wolves picked up a 4-0 win in the first game, but fell short 2-3 in extra innings ultimately starting the 10 game losing streak.

Through then the Wolves suffered losses to McHenry College County in a doubleheader on March 28, 5-8 and in extra innings 8-13. Two days later on March 30 a 4-6 loss came against Southern Suburban College.

The wolves will look to bounce back and try to rally out some wins, as the regular season will be played through May 8 with a loaded NC4 conference schedule.

The NJCAA Region IV Division III Tournament will begin play on May 13.