Tuesday’s win at SLU comes a little more than 48 hours after Mc Kendree registered its highest run output in its NCAA Division II era (dating back to 2013) in a 28-5 win at the University of Indianapolis, then the No. “We pitched the ball really well, took care of it on defense and made some big plays when we needed them.
Offensively we took advantage of some opportunities in the fifth inning and made it all stand up.
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This carries over from the effort we showed in that last game at Indianapolis.
Any time you can beat a Division I team it’s a great win for your program, and we were able to get it done today.” Mc Kendree took a 5-2 lead into the bottom of the ninth inning, but the Billikens put together a threat against the Bearcats’ senior closer, Matt Henning.
Atomic Era dating did not become official until 2nd December, 2143, or 200 AE.
The Gregorian calendar, with all defects, was adopted, merely setting back January 1st to December 2nd.
• The Port Sandor spaceport on Fenris "was built close to a hundred years ago, when the population was" over 200,000 Little Fuzzy (published in 1962).
The Bearcats’ last win over the Billikens came in a 17-8 triumph in the first game of a doubleheader back on April 19, 1986.
The win was the second in a row for Mc Kendree, which improves to 11-21 on the season.
A chronological complilation of future historical events from the stories and novels of H. Atomic Era (AE) Century 1st - 2nd - 3rd - 4th - 5th - 6th - 7th - 8th - 9th - 10th - 11th 12th - 13th - 14th - 15th - 16th - 17th - 18th - 19th - 20th - 21st 22nd - 23rd - 24th - 25th - 26th - 27th - 28th - 29th - 30th - 31st Piper's note on Atomic Era dating: "The Atomic Era (AE) is reckoned as beginning on 2 December, 1942, Christian Era (CE), with the first self-sustaining nuclear reactor, put into operation by Enrico Fermi at the University of Chicago.
Unlike earlier dating-systems, it begins with a Year Zero—2 December, 1942, to 1 December, 1943, CE.