Monmouth-Roseville Titan Baseball Searching for Consistency


Story by Kadin Rogers

The Monmouth-Roseville Titans baseball team continues to search for consistency as the squad is just past halfway through the regular season. Monmouth-Roseville began the season struggling with a 3-6 record, but would quickly rattle off 6 straight wins to get their record to 9-6. In their 3 most recent contests, however, the Titans have suffered consecutive losses to Spring Valley Hall, Rockridge, and Princeton. Monmouth-Roseville now sits at .500 on the season at 9-9, as they head into another busy stretch of the season. With several games postponed from earlier in the schedule, the Titans will now try to pick up 3 more games to end this week on the road in Morrison on Wednesday, hosting Rockridge on Thursday and ending the week with a scheduled game for Friday at home versus Sterling Newman. These next contests for Monmouth-Roseville aren’t just important for building consistency, they are also the last chances the Titans get to improve their seeding for regionals, as the IHSA seeding deadline is set for Tuesday, April 30th.

Speaking on the WRAM Morning Show this morning, Head Coach Jordan Ball discussed what the Titans need to do x’s and o’s wise to get some wins under their belt heading into regionals.

We will have one of Monmouth-Roseville baseball’s upcoming games on the Prairie Communications Sports Network, when the Titans host the Rockridge Rockets on Thursday at 4:30. You can listen to all the action from that contest live on AM 1330/FM 95.7 WRAM and, coverage begins with the pregame at 4:15.

For the entire interview with Coach Ball, go to the Sports Podcast section.

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