Once-In-A-Lifetime Home Run Cycle Achieved

MISENHEIMER, N.C. — Pfeiffer University made history as it became the first college team to hit for the home run cycle in one inning.

In a 17-2 win over Averett, Pfeiffer’s offense went on a hitting spree in the fourth inning.

The Falcons sent 18 batters to the plate and scored 14 runs, including hitting for the home run cycle, in order.

Jackson Leck belted a solo shot for the first homer of the inning.

Landon Evans followed with his first career home run, a two-run shot that put Pfeiffer up 6-2.

Several batters later, Austin Morton followed with a three-run homer to make it 9-2.

Later in the inning, with bases loaded, Morton came to the plate again and lifted a grand slam to left field to push the score to 16-2.

According to available college records on all levels, this feat has never been documented in collegiate baseball at any level.

The Falcons won all three of its games against Averett.

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