Purdue Athletics had a day!
Here is a quick recap.
Purdue went into the bottom of the 9th inning down 0 to 4. But, after a rally in the bottom half of the 9th inning where the Boiler scored 7 to win the game, the second home game of the year ended with fireworks. Giving the limited fans something to cheer loud about.
Full highlights package from a fun day at Alexander. It was a pitcher's duel for the first 6 innings belive it or not.— Purdue Baseball (@PurdueBaseball) March 27, 2021
11 runs on the board, but those were scored in just 2 half innings.#Purdue has scored 12 runs in the series, 11 coming in the 9th inning. pic.twitter.com/i6LZl89GlU
In similar fashion, Purdue Softball won with a walk off single by local Harrison High School product, Kiley Goff in the bottom of the 12th inning. Just like baseball, this is their first home series of the year and they also have limited fans for the first time in two years.
WALKOFF WINNERS— Purdue Softball (@PurdueSoftball) March 27, 2021
Kiley Goff wins it in the 12th with a walkoff single! pic.twitter.com/UEMiZQhiVo
The #10 ranked Boilers took on #9 Ohio State and won pretty handedly, winning 3 sets to 1. Purdue Volleyball continues to be the most consistent program on campus.
From first point to match point, the back line was on point.— Purdue Volleyball (@PurdueVB) March 27, 2021
Purdue Track and Field:
The Purdue Track and Field Team continues to surge and set school records at the same time. Lead by Marcellus Moore and Malcolm Dotson, the Boilermaker men’s sprinting team continues to set country wide marks.
As Biggie once said,
Today was a GOOD DAY!