April 22, 2005
IOWA CITY – The University of Iowa baseball team’s game with Penn State Friday night was suspended due to rain in the top of the seventh inning. Iowa was leading 5-4 in the game, which will be picked up tomorrow at noon.
Hawkeye starter Luke O’Loughlin had a shaky first inning, giving up four runs before settling into a groove. The junior got the leadoff hitter to ground out to short, then gave up six consecutive hits before a pop foul and groundout to first ended the onslaught.
Yoho led off the bottom of the third with another double, moved to third on a flyout to right, then scored on an RBI groundout from Dusty Napoleon.
The Hawkeyes tied the game in the bottom of the sixth when Andy Cox ripped a double off the wall and scored on a base hit from Jason White. Iowa took a 5-4 lead when Skyler Moss reached on an error, scoring White from second.