MONTGOMERY, Ala. - Huntingdon College's Anthony Spivey hit two home runs as Guilford College dropped a Sunday afternoon season-finale contest with Huntingdon, 11-1.
The Hawks (27-17) scored at least one run in the first five innings of the contest, sparked by a four-run first inning where Spivey started the first-inning rally with a two-RBI triple. Spivey followed the triple with a two-run home run in the next at-bat as the Hawks increased their lead. Spivey's second home run came with one out in the bottom of the fifth frame as the Hawks increased the lead. Guilford (17-23) got on the board in the bottom of the seventh inning as Nathan Fulbright knocked a single into left field to drive in a run.
Fulbright finished the contest two-for-four as four different Quakers tallied a multi-hit effort. A.J. Girting and Grayson Tuttle also hit two-for-four. Andrew Brann rounded out Guilford's multi-hit batters with his own two-for-four effort.
Darin Salter (2-2) took the loss for the Quakers, walking three in two and two-third innings. John Todd threw four innings of middle relief work, striking out five and walking one while giving up four runs (two unearned) on three hits. Nick Blackwood and Drew Martin finished the final one and one-third inning allowing only one hit.