Thompson Rivers University’s baseball team had a strong showing at home over the Thanksgiving long weekend, winning four of five exhibition games at NorBrock Stadium.
On Friday, the Pack downed the University of Calgary Dinos 10-2. TRU pitcher Tyler Moskalyk earned the win, going seven innings allowing five hits, one earned run and striking out seven.
Offensively, TRU was led by Taylor Van Ham, Adam Filmon and Liam Shibata.
All were two-for-four at the plate. Van Ham scored two runs and drove in a pair, while Filmon tallied a double and a stolen base while scoring three times. Shibata earned one RBI.
The WolfPack defeated Calgary again on Saturday, earning a 7-2 win on a strong performance on the mound by Qwinn Nesplak and Tyler Hodder, who earned the victory in relief.
Late on Saturday, TRU downed UBC 9-7. Christian McAuley pitched three innings to earn the victory. He gave up one earned run, walked one, allowed four hits and notched one strikeout.
On Sunday, the WolfPack split a double-header against the Dinos.
In Game 1, Calgary trounced the hosts 11-1. TRU pitcher Joe Siniscalchi took the loss, giving up three hits and four runs over three innings. TRU won the nightcap 3-2 on the back of pitcher and Kamloops product Bryant Jameus.
—TRU Sports Information.