Kentucky-Miami Postgame Notes

Miami (Ohio) at No. 22 Kentucky 
April 27, 2016
Cliff Hagan Stadium, Lexington, Ky.

FINAL SCORE: Kentucky 11, Miami 1 (game called with one out in the top of the eighth inning because of inclement weather)

Team Records and Series Notes

  • Kentucky is now 26-15 overall and the Wildcats have won three in a row. Miami is 20-20 overall
  • UK head coach Gary Henderson is 252-189 in his eighth season
  • Kentucky leads the series, 23-15
  • Next for UK: Kentucky has a three-game series at Auburn
* Friday at 7 p.m. EDT, televised on SEC Network +, broadcast on UK Radio Network
* Saturday at 7 p.m. EDT, televised on SEC Network, broadcast on UK Radio Network
* Sunday at 2 p.m. EDT, televised on SEC Network +, broadcast on UK Radio Network 

Team Notes

  • Kentucky’s 11 runs were the most since the Wildcats tallied 14 at Georgia on March 20
  • Kentucky is 18-7 at home this season
  • UK is 8-8 in April
  • UK is 18-14 when facing a right-handed starting pitcher
  • UK has a 6-8 record in night games
  • UK is 4-1 on Wednesdays.

Game Notes

  • Sophomore left-hander Zach Logue earned the win, improving his record to 2-1 on the season
  • Logue went the first five innings, allowing one run on only four hits
  • Logue struck out a season-high seven batters, tying the career high he set on March 3, 2015, in a win over Murray State
  • It was his fifth start of the season, eighth of his career
  • UK is 3-2 in Logue’s starts this season, 4-4 in his career
  • Sophomore shortstop Riley Mahan had a big game for the Wildcats, going 3-for-4 with two RBI
  • He doubled in his first two at-bats, his eighth and ninth two-baggers of the season. It is the first time he has had two doubles in a game as a Wildcat
  • He added a triple in the fourth inning, his third of the season
  • He had seven total bases, tying his career set March 27 in a win over Florida
  • Sophomore first baseman Evan White had a 4-for-5 evening
  • It is the second time this season and third time in his career with four hits
  • He singled in his first three at-bats
  • He swatted his third home run of the season, leading off the fifth inning
  • He had a career-high seven total bases
  • He has made a team-leading 93 consecutive starts
  • Junior Zach Reks drew a career-high three walks
  • Junior third baseman JaVon Shelby made his team-leading 144th career start.  He smacked an RBI double in the third inning, his team-leading 18th extra-base hit of the season
  • Sophomore Brad Schaenzer made his ninth relief appearance of the season and tossed two shutout innings.