No. 17 Baseball at Vanderbilt -- Game Three -- Post-Game Notes

March 30, 2014

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2014 Kentucky Baseball
Post-Game Notes
UK at Vanderbilt
March 30, 2014 - Nashville, Tenn.
Charles Hawkins Field

Team Records and Notes

  • Kentucky falls to 19-9, 4-5 SEC, while Vanderbilt moves to 23-6, 5-4 SEC.
  • The series marks the first time in school history that Kentucky has faced top five teams in back to back weekends.
  • UK leads the series with Vanderbilt 142-138-5.
  • UK is 2-3 in its blue and grey uniform combination.
  • Kentucky drops to 4-6 on the road this year.
  • UK holds a record of 16-8 in day games.
  • UK moves to 13-6 when facing a right handed starting pitcher.
  • UK turned its 24th double play of the season.
  • UK has a record of 2-3 on Sundays.
  • Kentucky holds a record of 12-7 in the month of March.
  • UK moves to 14-4 when scoring first.
  • UK continues action on Tuesday, April 1 against Louisville at Cliff Hagan Stadium with the first pitch set for 6 p.m. ET.

Individual Notes

  • Junior right hander Andrew Nelson made his fifth start of 2014.
    • Nelson tossed 77 pitches, 47 of them for strikes.
    • Nelson pitched 5.2 innings while striking out two batters.
  • Freshman JaVon Shelby captured his first career three hit game.
    • Shelby had the fourth multi-hit game of his career.
    • Shelby hit his fifth double of the year.
  • Junior centerfielder Austin Cousino made his team-leading 139th consecutive start.
    • Cousino has reached base safely in 132 of 145 career games.
    • Cousino captured his third and fourth assists of 2014, the 12th and 13th of his career.
    • Cousino stole a base for the 12th time this year, the 41st time of his career.
    • Cousino collected five hits and three assists over the span of the series.
  • Freshman left hander Logan Salow made his ninth appearance of the year.
    • Salow has inherited eight runners this season, not allowing any to score.
  • Senior catcher Micheal Thomas captured his 10th hit of SEC play.
  • Sophomore Zach Brown made his seventh appearance of the year.
  • Sophomore outfielder Ka’ai Tom collected his sixth career multi-hit game.
  • Junior Max Kuhn extended his hitting streak to four games.
  • Freshman Storm Wilson made his fifth start of the season.
  • Sophomore lefty Dylan Dwyer made his sixth appearance of 2014.
    • Dwyer inherited two runners, giving him 12 inherited runners for his career.
  • Junior reliever Spencer Jack made his 13th appearance of the year, his fourth SEC appearance.
    • Jack inherited the 11th runner of his career, not allowing the runner to score.