Martin & Hough Go Deep, Clark Shines In Non-Conference Finale

Martin & Hough Go Deep, Clark Shines In Non-Conference Finale

MONTGOMERY, Ala. A six-run fourth inning that included home runs by Jonathan Martin and Bradley Hough propelled the Georgia Southwestern State University baseball team to a 10-4 victory over Tuskegee University Tuesday evening at Paterson Field.

  • GSW won its second consecutive game and improved to 10-32 overall this spring.
  • Tuskegee saw its three-game winning streak come to an end and its record drop to 12-29.


  • Kole Clark led a trio of Hurricane batters to finish with multiple hits. Clark went 2-for-3, walked twice, drove in a pair of runs and scored three times.
  • Tyler Skelton and Andy Moore both finished 2-for-4 with a walk. Skelton had a double and an RBI.
  • Hough's home run in the fourth inning was a grand slam. It was the first GSW grand slam since April 1, 2017, a blast off the bat of Martin.
  • Freshman relief pitcher Jared Donalson earned his first collegiate victory (1-0) after four innings on the hill. Donalson held Tuskegee to one run and three hits, walked one and struck out four.
  • A.J. Hayes threw 1 2/3 innings of scoreless relief to close out the game. 
  • For Tuskegee, Matthew Reed went 2-for-5 with a double and a pair of RBIs.


  • A two-out infield single by Clark in the second inning gave GSW an early 1-0 lead.
  • Moore led off the fourth inning with a single and scored on the next GSW at bat, the home run by Martin.
  • GSW's first seven batters reached base safely in the six-run fourth inning.
  • Tuskegee hurlers hit three Hurricane batters with pitches and walked seven in the game.
  • GSW held Tuskegee scoreless over the final four innings.


  • GSW posted 10 hits, Tuskegee was held to six.
  • GSW left seven runners on base, Tuskegee stranded 10.
  • Neither side committed an error.


  • A three-game Peach Belt Conference series at UNC Pembroke this weekend closes out the Hurricanes season. First pitch of Saturday's doubleheader is slated for 1 p.m.