FREMONT, Neb.  (  — The University of Jamestown baseball team remained in second place in the Great Plains Athletic Conference standings, splitting a pair of games Sunday against Midland University. UJ took the opener 10-6 before Midland came back to win 4-3 in the nightcap.

The Jimmies, now 25-13 overall and 14-6 in the GPAC, are scheduled to play a single nine-inning game at Mayville State (N.D.) University Tuesday at 2 p.m.

Game 1: Jimmies 10, Warriors 6
A four-run sixth inning broke a five-all tie as Jamestown went on to a 10-6 win in game one against Midland.

After Grant Okawa (JR/Mississauga, ON) and Jaden Yackley (SR/Lynnwood, Wash.) walked to start the inning, Chase Hacker (JR/Millcreek, WA) drilled a three-run home run for an 8-5 lead. Lincoln Trujillo (JR/Cheyenne, WY)’s one-out sacrifice fly later in the inning pushed home another run to make it 9-5.

Hacker finished 2-for-5 at the plate with four RBI and two runs scored. Trujillo was 2-for-3 with three RBI. Yackley and Tanner Roundy (SR/Henderson, NV) also had two hits for UJ.

Andrew Reed (JR/Woodinville, WA) (2-0) pitched three innings in relief for the win. He gave up one run on two hits, walked one and struck out two. Dru Fitz (JR/Gresham, OR) went the first four innings for the Jimmies, allowing five runs (three earned) on eight hits. Fitz struck out five and did not walk a batter.

Game 2: Warriors 4, Jimmies 3
James Kaiser’s two-run double in the bottom of the fifth erased a 3-2 Jimmie lead as the Warriors went on to take game to by a score of 4-3.

Kaleb Binstock (SR/Grand Forks, ND) and Lincoln Trujillo drove in runs for UJ in the first as the Jimmies took a 2-0 lead. Midland answered with one in the bottom of the second to cut the lead in half, but Jamestown made it 3-1 after an RBI single by Tanner Roundy.

Roundy took the loss on the mound for the Jimmies. He pitched four innings and gave up four runs on five hits. Roundy walked five and struck out four. Austin Pesicka (JR/West Linn, OR) and Joe Harris (SO/Recluse, WY) combined to hold Midland hitless over the final four innings.

Binstock, Roundy, and Chase Hacker all had two hits for Jamestown.