COOKEVILLE, Tenn. --- The Tennessee baseball team battled with the Illinois State Redbirds in game two of their three-game series Saturday.
ISU managed to come away with the 9-4 victory, primarily behind a five-run second inning.
For the Golden Eagles Michael Morris had the big hit of the day as he hit his first homerun of the season. Morris finished the day with a team-high two runs.
Three players recorded a pair of hits for ISU, including Zac Johnson and Stewart Brock who each hit a home run.
Brad Sorkin earned the win for the Redbirds as he threw seven innings, while giving up just a pair of runs. David Hess was saddled with the loss.
The Golden Eagles wrap up their three-game series against Illinois State Sunday. The opening pitch is set for 1 p.m.