Baska homers for Falcons in loss.
Falcons drop game one 9-4 and game two 8-5.
Falcons play back-to-back doubleheaders in April 19-21 series in Fresno, Calif.
Thorne hit by pitch with bases loaded to draw game-winning run in ninth.
Baska launches two home runs and Saleck adds a third for Falcons.
Freshman (2013):Appeared in 21 games, all in relief as the team's closer...tied for team-lead with two saves, ranking ninth in the conference...11 games finished ranked seventh in the conference...led Falcon relievers with 5.40 ERA...struck out 17 in 25 innings, walking just three batters...earned saves vs. St. Bonaventure and Nevada...earned win vs. San Diego State...did not allow an earned run in 10 outings...made debut vs. UTSA...struck out two batters six times...pitched career-high four innings vs. Gardner-Webb...Academic All-Mountain West.
HIGH SCHOOL (Meade County):Lettered four years in baseball, basketball and football...all-state, all-area, all-region, area pitcher of the year as a senior...all-region as a sophomore and junior...all-area as a freshman...all-area in football and basketball as a junior and senior...all-region in basketball as a senior...National Honors Society member...academic all-state in all three sports...high school baseball coach was Todd Clanton...played summer ball for the Louisville Baseball Club, coached by Corky Morse.
PERSONAL:Member of cadet squadron 7...civil engineering major...is the fifth member of his family to attend the Academy, including his father, who played baseball at Air Force...has two younger siblings...favorite food is sweet potato casserole...favorite book is Black Light...favorite TV show is Around the Horn...favorite movie is Top Gun...person in history he'd like to meet is Abraham Lincoln...something most people don't know about him is that in a hay barn behind his house they have a batting cage, pitching machine, and mound where he would always work with his dad from the time he was 10...credits his dad as having the biggest influence on his sports career...son of Ben and Maggie Wilson.
Why I came to the Academy: "I came to the Academy because it's the best school in nation. It offers more opportunities than any other institution anywhere in the world. It provides me a way to give back to this great nation. The challenges you face teach you about yourself, the people with you are top of the line, the education is second to none, you have a career laid out for you following graduation, and without people to fight for our country we could never enjoy the freedoms we live with today."
Wilson's Career Stats