"We were all really excited, we thought we were going to win it. Then they just made plays, they hit the ball, found some holes," said Dee, who ended up as the losing pitcher.
"I tip my hat to them, they went out and won that game. There's nothing we did wrong there. You know it's really disappointing if you make some mistakes, but our guys didn't make any mistakes, they hit good pitches, and hats off to them. That's just life and that's sports. You have two good teams going. It was a great battle and it was a great season for us. I was telling them just keep it in perspective here," said Aquinas head coach Scott Bagniefski.
Aquinas finished their season with a 27-4 record.