The Hendrix College baseball team completed the three-game series sweep of Webster University with a 12-3 win at Warrior Field on Sunday afternoon.

The Warriors (7-5) once again rolled offensively, racking up 14 hits, while the pitching staff only allowed six.

Hendrix took a 2-0 lead in the second inning when  Nathan Harr scored on an error and  Kyle Raskin drove in  Aaron Bowen with a base hit.

The game remained scoreless until the top of the sixth when the Gorloks (0-3) took a 3-2 lead when Alex Kazmierski hit a run scoring double and designated hitter Colin Bates hit a two run homer.

The Warriors regained the lead in the bottom of the frame, when  Mark Vlaskamp led off with a single to right field, followed by Collin Radack triple. Harr, who expanded his hitting streak to 10 games, plated Radack with a single to left.

Hendrix put the game out of reach with a seven-run seventh inning. Radack hit a two-run single, scoring  Austin Womack and Clark Sims. Senior catcher Andrew Thames and Harr followed with back-to-back triples, adding three more runs. Bowen followed with a double, scoring Harr and Raskin tripled, driving in Bowen. The three triples in the inning was one off the NCAA Division III record of four.

Harr singled in Vlaskamp, who led the eighth off by being hit by a pitch, for the final score of 12-3.

Collin Radack and Harr were both 3-for-5 with three RBI, a triple and two runs scored. Vlaskmp walked twice and scored three runs. Thames had a double, triple and drove in two. Raskin also had two hits, two runs driven in and a stolen base.

Hendrix senior Geoff Lomax (2-2) struck out five over six innings, allowing six hits and three runs to pick up the win. Freshman Cannon Schrank struck out two in a perfect inning and sophomore Thomas Weber fanned five and walked one in two innings to close out the game. Gorlok starter Cody Hafeli (0-1) lasted six plus innings, giving up eight hits, four earned runs, two walks and two strikeouts.

The Warriors will take on the University of the Ozarks in Clarksville on Tuesday.