Longwood’s baseball program is no stranger to changes in their schedule due to uncontrollable forces. The program has played their first seven games in seven days, and has admittedly shaken things up for Head Coach Ryan Mau.
After a disappointing 15-2 loss in their home opener on Friday, Feb. 23 against Niagara, Longwood baseball head coach Ryan Mau challenged his team with a quick turnaround doubleheader coming the very next day.
Longwood baseball opened up their 2018 campaign this past weekend in a three-game road series against Southeastern Conference powerhouse Auburn Tigers, to which the team lost all three games. The Lancers were only able to score one run off of 13 hits in the series and were outscored 34-1.
With returning experience and added dimensions to the team, the Longwood baseball team looks to be a threat in upcoming 2018 campaign.
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