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Concord eliminated by Shepherd in Mountain East Tournament

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The Concord baseball team fell in their Mountain East Tournament opener on Thursday night to West Liberty 9-0. Friday afternoon, the Mountain Lions need a victory over Shepherd in order to keep their season alive. The Mountain Lions were unable to come up with the win and dropped the contest 14-5 to the Rams. Concord finishes the year with a record of 26-23. 

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