College Baseball Players See Limited Action
College sports fans have already lost out on postseason basketball action due to the coronavirus pandemic, and it looks like spring sports will be negatively affected as well.
Baseball and softball seasons have seen postponements and cancellations, so local athletes have not been able to compete on college diamonds.
Two players from Okawville and another from Nashville only had a few games to make an impact for their teams on the field.
Okawville graduate Brad Fuhrhop had four at bats in four games for Kentucky-Wesleyan. in Owensboro. He is listed as an outfielder and catcher for the Panthers.
Former Rocket Will Aubel did not see any action in his first year at Bellarmine University in Louisville, Ken.
Nashville’s Jacob Woodrome saw limited action on the mound for Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, Indiana.
Woodrome made one start and gave up seven runs in two innings, but he bounced back with 1.2 innings of scoreless relief in his next outing. He has posted seven strikeouts in less than four innings of work.