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By Rickey Fuquay, Jr.//Contributing Writer MURFREESBORO – Middle Tennessee (28-20, 18-6 C-USA) used an efficient offensive performance to romp Western Kentucky, 9-2, Sunday afternoon at Reese Smith, Jr. Field. With the win, the Blue Raiders clinched their fourth C-USA series sweep of the season. MTSU also maintains its first place position in the C-USA standings, …

By Rickey Fuquay, Jr.//Contributing Writer MURFREESBORO – Middle Tennessee rallied in the eighth inning, scoring three runs, to edge rival Western Kentucky, 5-4, Friday night at Reese Smith Jr. Field. The win gives MTSU (26-20, 16-6 C-USA) its seventh win in its final at-bat. With a loss by Florida Atlantic Friday night, the Blue Raiders …

By Rickey Fuquay, Jr.//Contributing Writer NASHVILLE – Middle Tennessee (24-20, 15-6 C-USA) could not muster any offense in the late inning against Lipscomb Tuesday night, as the Blue Raiders lost 11-3 at Dugan Field. Austin Bryant led the way on offense with a 3-for-4 performance on the night. Ronnie Jebavy also tallied a multi-hit game, …

By Rickey Fuquay, Jr.//Contributing Writer BEKLEY, W. Va. – Middle Tennessee split its doubleheader against Marshall Sunday afternoon at Epling Stadium, with the Blue Raiders winning the first game 2-1 before dropping the second game 2-0. Both games were shortened to seven innings. With the split, the Blue Raiders (24-19, 15-6 C-USA) dropped their second …

By Jim Bratton//Contributing Writer CHARLESTON, W. Va.- The Conference-USA leading Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders took their 14-4 conference record to West Virginia on Friday to begin a three-game series against the Marshall Thundering Herd. However, the end result was not what MTSU had hoped for as the Blue Raiders dropped Friday’s contest, 3-1, at Appalachian …

NASHVILLE – MTSU opened up the midweek schedule looking to continue its hot streak. The Blue Raiders came into Tuesday’s contest with No. 13 Vanderbilt having won six games in a row, including a sweep at Charlotte the previous weekend. Then Vanderbilt lefty Ryan Johnson happened. Johnson threw eight innings in giving up five hits …