ST. JOSEPH, Mo. - The Missouri Western baseball team was finally able to play a home game for the first time all season as they took on Washburn. Although the game was played at the Spring Sports Complex it was technically a home game for Washburn as their field is not playable.
The Griffons had a 4-2 lead going into the eighth inning lead by Andrew Curry for Western who had a solo home-run in the fifth.
Washburn would have a six-run rally would quickly change the score as the Ichabod's would get the win 8-4.
This series continues Sunday and Monday with both games beginning at 1 p.m.
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- Griffons lose series with Ichabods 3-2 on walk off sac fly
- Bronchos top Griffons in MIAA softball championship
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- Bearcats outlast Griffons in football season opener
- Griffons struggle at UCM