SAN DIEGO – The San Diego Christian Hawks baseball team finished up a suspended game with Point Loma University with a 6-5 win in 15 innings before losing a regular scheduled 9-inning game 3-2 Tuesday.
With the split, the Hawks now stand at 28-12 on the season and previous GSAC member Point Loma comes in at 18-15.
In the suspended game dating back to Feb. 11, the Hawks tallied the game-winning run in the top of the 15th. Jacob Rogers singled with two outs before Peter Hoyt singled after him. Rogers scored on the throw to give SDC the win.
Joey Aquino threw all three innings played for his fourth win of the season. He allowed three walks and struck out three without allowing a hit.
The Hawks found themselves up 2-0 in Game 2 but a late rally by the Sea Lions spoiled SDC's hope for a sweep.
Michael Stowers doubled home Taylor Eichhorst for the first run of the game in the fourth inning. Chad Erickson doubled down the left field line that scored Dawson Jones and ended the scoring for the Hawks as they led 2-0 heading into the seventh.
Point Loma scored a run off Calvin Chambers in the bottom of the seventh before scoring two runs in the eighth, one off of Codi Scanlon and current GSAC Pitcher of the Week Gabriel Hemmer for the 3-2 win.
SDC heads to Arizona Christian on Friday to return to GSAC play.
The Hawks fell three spots in the NAIA Top 25 Poll to No. 8.