Panthers Split With Cougars
April 22, 2003
CHICAGO - The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee scored three times in the fourth inning to break a 3-all tie and earn the Panthers a split of a doubleheader with Chicago State Tuesday afternoon.
UWM (15-14) won the nightcap, 7-3, after dropping the opener, 6-4.
The Panthers got two hits apiece from Troy Doering, Charlie Reschke and Sam Jansen in their game-two win. UWM had nine hits in all to support starter Jay Molstad, who worked the first four innings to claim the victory.
In game one, Chicago State roughed up Panther starter Aaron Bushong for six runs, all in the third inning. The Panthers rallied for three runs in the fourth and one in the sixth but could not come all the way back.
Doering and Stanczyk had two hits apiece while P.J. Cannon drove in two runs to lead UWM.
The Panthers return to action Thursday with a doubleheader at UW-Parkside.