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Baseball ends season with losses in the NAIA

2 days, 21 hours agoAt the Championship Opening Round, UBC won 12-2 against Olivet Nazarene University before dropping 3-0 and 8-4 decisions to the top-ranked Georgia Gwinnett College Grizzlies from Georgia and Lindsey Wilson College Blue Raiders from Kentucky.

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