ATLANTA, Ga. -- Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology freshman Trever Bruno tossed a two-hit shutout to help lead the Fightin' Engineers to a doubleheader split to end an eight-game Southern Trip on Saturday at Oglethorpe University.
The Fightin' Engineers won game two of the twinbill 4-0 behind a two-hit shutout from Bruno. He allowed just two singles and no walks with two strikeouts in the strong seven-inning performance.
Offensively, Logan Cody led the Rose-Hulman offense with four singles and two runs scored in game two. David Burnside added two singles and one RBI, and Harris Camp contributed a single and scored once to provide balance to the Engineers.
Oglethorpe narrowly won the opener of Saturday's twinbill 8-7. Rose-Hulman scored twice in the top of the seventh inning to take a 7-6 lead, but the Petrels scored twice in the bottom of the seventh to secure the game one win.
Cody led the offense with two singles, two runs scored and one RBI. Burnside added a single and a double with one run and one RBI. Conner Shipley had a multiple-hit game with two singles, and Luke Calabrese added a single and two RBIs.
Rose-Hulman completes its spring trip with a 2-6 record and two wins in its last three games. The Fightin' Engineers will travel to Augustana (Ill.) for a two-game set next weekend.