A disputed call haunts the Hampton baseball team and is the source of tension among players. In the game against the University of Rhode Island on May 11, the pitcher was ruled out for violating a rule. The call was ruled incorrect, but the loss remains a heartbreaking one for the team. The game was played at a field that is supposed to be designated for baseball. Earlier in the game, the umpire ruled that the pitcher was dead on. Disputed calls like these are extremely difficult to handle, but in the end, it’s the only way to resolve them.
Xavier volleyball team has a good year
The Xavier volleyball team had a good season last year, despite the controversial call that ended the match. The team won the Mountain Pass League tournament and will play Claremont in its first playoff game on Thursday night. Senior night is always a big night for the team, and they hope to continue this success this season. The volleyball team finished 12-22 last season, with its best record coming in the first round.
The Xavier Musketeers compete in NCAA Division I athletic competition. The school’s mascot is D’Artagnan the Musketeer. Xavier offers eight intercollegiate sports for men and eight for women. The university has a 94% graduation rate for athletes, and has long had rivalries with local universities. The volleyball team is having a solid year despite the disputable call.
Xavier baseball team has two excruciating losses
A disputed call has haunted the Hampton baseball team since its last game. In the middle of a game, the umpire decided that the batter had a foul ball, but the ruling was not upheld. The call has plagued the Hampton baseball team for three days and has cost them two games in a row. Earlier in the week, the team lost to Plainville in 11 innings and then to Manchester on a walk-off.