On Friday, Louisiana College got on the board first with a three-run first inning to take an early lead on the Cru. UMHB responded in the top of the second with an RBI single from Will Stafford, scoring Seth Mogavero from third. The Wilcats put together two more three-run innings in the bottom of the seventh for a 9-1 lead. Louisiana College added another run in the bottom of the eighth for the 10-1 win. Five Crusaders recorded hits for the Cru, led by Chase Burrow and Chris Florack with two apiece. Stafford had the lone RBI for the Cru. Ian Ekery took the loss on the mound for the Cru.
UMHB used a pair of home runs in the first game of Saturday to take a 4-2 win over the Wildcats. Tyler Taute hit his second home run of the season in the bottom of the second for a 1-0 lead for the Cru. Louisiana College put one on the board in the top of the fourth before Garrett Webb responded for UMHB with an RBI double in the bottom of the sixth, which turned into an in-the-park home run after two errors by the Wildcats and gave the Cru a 3-1 advantage. Chris Florack scored in the bottom of the seventh off an error by the Wildcats for a 4-1 lead. Louisiana College added one more run in the top of the ninth but could not muster enough offense to catch the Cru, giving UMHB the 4-2 win and evening the series at 1-1. Webb led UMHB with two hits while five other Crusaders recorded one. Chance Ryan went eight innings on the mound, striking out seven batters and allowing just four hits. Ryan extended his UMHB career-record wins to 24 while Sam VanHoozer extended his career-record saves to 11. UMHB had seven hits and three errors in the game while the Wildcats recorded five hits and five errors.
After three consecutive leadoff singles, Webb got UMHB on the scoreboard first in the second game with an RBI single, scoring Will Stafford in the top of the third. Kyle Feazell responded for the Wildcats with a homerun over the left field wall in the bottom of the fourth to tie the game at 1. Louisiana College put up a three-count in the bottom of the sixth for a 4-1 lead before the Cru responded with two runs in the top of the eighth to close the Wildcats' lead to 4-3. Louisiana College responded with a one-run eighth inning to secure the win at 5-3. Chase Burrow led the Cru with three hits while Webb had two and one RBI. UMHB totaled nine hits and three runs while the Wildcats had seven this and five runs.
The Cru ends its season at 21-21 under first-year head coach Ben Shipp. The Cru earned its sixth trip to the ASC Championship and first since 2010. Shipp, the winningest coach in UMHB baseball history, improved his overall record to 248-270-1.