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March 04, 2015

Privateers Maul Sacred Heart, 13-1

OF Ryan Calloway
With the opening of Southland Conference play looming on Friday, the Privateers (6-7) poured it on Sacred Heart on Tuesday night at Maestri Field, 13-1. New Orleans was propelled by 17 hits, led by Ryan Calloway's 4-for-5 night.

Hezekiah Randolph went 3-for-3, and Chaz Boyer 3-for-4. Boyer put an exclamation mark on the evening with a grand slam pulled hard down the right field line in the bottom of the eighth inning.

Next up for UNO is a road weekend series at Sam Houston State beginning on Friday.

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March 02, 2015

Nicholls Bests UNO in Overtime

Terrance Syon's double-double
wasn't enough for UNO on Monday
The Privateers (9-16, 5-11) rallied to force overtime, but back-to-back Sam McBeath threes to open the extra frame buried New Orleans, who fell 89-79 to the Colonels at Lakefront Arena.  T.J. Carpenter had a huge 28-point effort for Nicholls.

Christavious Gill led UNO with 25 points, and Nate Frye added 16. Terrance Syon had 15 points and 16 rebounds in the losing effort.

New Orleans concludes its home schedule on Thursday night against Southeastern Louisiana.

March 01, 2015

UNO Salvages One Vs. Blue Raiders

Sam Carriere (foreground) and Hezekiah
Randolph (background) were two of five
Privateers with two hits on Sunday
The Privateers (5-7) secured one win in five tough games this week, blasting former Sun Belt rival Middle Tennessee, 8-2. New Orleans' offense generated 12 hits to support a fine start by veteran Alex Smith (2-1), who tossed six innings without surrendering an earned run.

Official box score

The win was a much needed one for the Privateers, who fell 2-1 on Friday night in a frustrating 12-inning affair.  Shawn Semple and the bullpen pitched well enough to win, but the UNO offense was stymied, much as they were earlier in the week in consecutive shutouts against Tulane and also on Saturday against the Blue Raiders. In that Saturday contest, New Orleans was routed 15-2, giving up an eight-spot in the sixth inning along the way.

Official box score (Friday)
Official box score (Saturday)

UNO's next baseball contest will be at Maestri Field on Tuesday night against Sacred Heart, a tune-up for the Southland conference opener at Sam Houston later in the week.

February 28, 2015

Privateers Cruise to 20-Point Win

Senior G  Kevin Brown
In a rare runaway over a Division I opponent, New Orleans grabbed a large early lead and were never threatened by the visitors from Abilene Christian. The Privateers (9-15, 5-10) decked ACU by a 75-55 score at Lakefront Arena on Saturday night.

On Senior Night, UNO was led in scoring by seniors Kevin Brown (19) and Terrance Syon (12).

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In the early game, the UNO women also had little trouble, routing ACU 71-50 behind freshman sensation Randi Brown's second consecutive 27-point outing.

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February 25, 2015

UNO Blanked Twice by Tulane

The Privateers were shut out on consecutive nights by Tulane, dusting off the Privateers by a 9-0 score at Maestri Field on Tuesday and 4-0 at Tulane on Wednesday.

The Green Wave used a six-run fourth inning to break open Tuesday's contest.  On Wednesday, New Orleans got a fairly effective start from Alex Smith but only mustered two hits on the night.

UNO will take on former Sun Belt rival Middle Tennessee for a three-game weekend series at Maestri Field beginning on Friday night.