With the change of venue, the Knights looked to take advantage of their home field and turn it into two wins, but that was not to be. UC Clermont played as if they were in Batavia, Ohio, as they took the first game 19-5 and the second 12-1.
After two innings of play, these two teams were tied at 44, but that was as close as it would get for the home team. The Cougars would exploit KCU pitching for 15 runs over the next four innings and a total of 16 hits and nine walks. Robbie Winterman would get the win for UCC and Harrison Fryman would be saddled with the loss for the Knights.
Kirk Jennings would lead the offense for KCU going 3-4 with a double, driving in one and scoring a run himself. Cody Thompson drove in two runs and went 2-4 from the plate while Chrystian Westfall was 1-2 batting and scored a pair of runs for the Knights.
Unfortunately, the second half of the twin-bill was more of the same for Kentucky Christian as the Cougars posted a pair of three-run innings in the 2nd and 3rd to take a 6-1 lead. They put the game out of reach with a six-run 4th inning. Starter, Jamie Carson earned the win for UCC while Benjamin Welch took the loss for KCU.