Levi MaVorhis threw a complete game, two-hit shutout to lead K-State to a 10-0 win over Northern Colorado.
The win is K-State’s eighth in a row, and the two-hitter was the first at K-State since Chase Mitchell two-hit Kansas in 2005.
MaVorhis retired the first 18 batters he faced before Northern Colorado’s Jake Ekman led off the 7th inning with a line drive that went just over the glove of K-State’s Carter Yagi at second base.
K-State’s offense was locked in as well. The Wildcats scored three runs in each of the first two innings to jump all over the Bears early. Shortstop Austin Fisher led the attack with three hits and four RBI’s, two of which came on his second home run of the year in the 2nd inning.
K-State is now 9-7 and will play a doubleheader with Northern Colorado on Saturday, starting at 2:00.