The Hiram College baseball team dropped a pair of games to Wabash on Saturday afternoon in Wooster.
The Terriers played a neutral site doubleheader with the Little Giants due to field conditions at home. The games marked the 13th and 14th neutral site games for Hiram this season.
The Little Giants captured game one 25-6, stringing together 25 hits in the game. Wabash tallied seven, extra-base hits in the game, posting 16 runs between the third and fourth innings.
Seven different Little Giants posted multiple RBIs, led by five from Jackson Blevins.
The Terriers got on the board in the fourth inning, getting RBIs from their senior class. Tyler Carcioppolo posted an infield single to drive home PJ Suso. Kyle Watson then chased home Curtis Caithaml with a bases-loaded walk.
In the sixth, Vince Suso singled home Carcioppolo, before coming home on an error.
Curtis Caithaml led the offense with a three-hit game. The performance marked his fifth three-hit outing of the season.
Lonigro tallied a pair of RBIs, while Carcioppolo posted two hits.
In game two, Hiram fell 10-2.
Vince Suso doubled home Perrella in the first inning to open the scoring.
After Wabash posted four unanswered runs, Will Howell knocked in Suso with a RBI double in the third to cut the Little Giants' lead to 4-2.
Wabash responded with six runs in the final three innings to push their advantage to 10-2 before the end of the game.
Hiram will get back to work on Sunday, April 29, as the Terriers are set to host Kenyon College for a nine-inning affair. The senior-day game is scheduled for a 4 p.m. start at Fishel Field.