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Baseball - Sat, Feb. 1, 2014

In his second-ever start for the No. 9 Concordia Eagles, senior right-handed starter Keegan Yuhl took the mound on Friday afternoon, January 31, and pitched the first no-hitter in Concordia baseball history, a history dating back to 1983.

It took him 115 pitches and he only walked three, striking out 12 of the 30 batters he faced.  With the exception of a couple hard hit balls to shortstop and second base, which were swallowed up smoothly by Ryan Goodman and Justin Hodges, and a diving catch by Mitchell Esser in center field in the third inning, Yuhl dominated the Pioneer batters.  He struck out the final two batters to claim the no-no.