West Chester Rams ousted from tourney
West Chester dropped a pair of contests on Saturday in their regional and have been eliminated from the NCAA D-II tournament.

In Game One, the Rams fell to Gannon, 6-4. The club collected just six hits in the contest and committed two errors. Gannon starter Deven Judy collected 14 strikeouts against WCU.

Kyle Feaster, Justin Horn, and Luke Cantwell accounted for two hits each for the Rams.

Zach Rice took the loss, surrendering five runs - four earned - over four innings.

In an elimination game, the Rams fell to Charleston, 3-1.

Evened at 1-1 entering the eighth, Charleston scored two runs on a Jesse Bailey homer that ultimately ended the season for the Rams.

Feaster went 3-for-5 to lead the WCU offense, while Horn and Jared Melone both recorded two hits in the loss.

West Chester, winners of nine out of their last 10 games entering the tournament, finish the 2019 campaign with a 31-16 overall record after going winless in the regional championship for the second year in a row.
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