The Bucs come into the game at 11-5, one of their best starts in school history. ETSU has an explosive offense, led by senior second baseman Nick Crowe (
Crowe leads the team with a .377 batting average through 16 games and Hargis is second on the team, hitting .373.
Wednesday's game will also be a great pitching matchup as ETSU sends their ace, junior righty Jeremy Hall (
Hall is 3-1 in five starts this season with a 5.03 ERA. He leads the Bucs with 34 innings pitched and has struck out 19 batters while holding opponents to a .265 batting average. Cobb is 2-0 with a 2.30 ERA in five appearances. He has made two starts and has allowed 18 hits in 15.2 innings while striking out 12.
Wednesday night's game will be broadcast on the Mountain States Health Alliance Buccaneer Sports Network, starting with the pre-game show at