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An NAIA School Threw a No-Hitter While Giving Up 15 Walks and 7 Runs

D1 baseball doesn't get started until next weekend, but things are already rolling in the NAIA, where you get box scores like this. The USC Beaufort Sand Sharks went on the road and delivered one of the most unconventional no-hit performances you'll ever see.

The Columbia International Rams had your run-of-the-mill 21-baserunner game and scratched seven runs across the plate without the benefit of a base hit in their 11-7 loss to the Sand Sharks on Tuesday. I would say I wish I had been able to watch this game because taking in such a performance would be hysterical, but I'm not sure anyone would have even known there was a no-hitter going on. If you've gone through six pitchers and your opponent has gotten 21 guys on base and scored seven times, I honestly think there's a good chance nobody the Rams didn't actually have a base hit.

And there were guys for CIU that had a solid day at the plate. Joshua Hernandez drew four walks, scored a run and had 2 RBI. Carter Willis walked twice, stole two bases and scored twice. This is the weirdest baseball box score I've ever seen.

But congratulations to the six pitchers from USC Beaufort who (sort of) shut down the CIU offense en route to a no-hitter.