SHAWNEE – Oklahoma Baptist took two games Saturday, 6-0 and 12-3, to complete a series sweep of Harding.

For the series, OBU outscored Harding 28-3.

OBU extended its scoreless innings streak to 29 before Harding scored a run in the final game.

OBU also hit the ball well, led by Brett Berghammer, who finished the series with seven hits in 11 at bats.

Carson McPherson and Nick Burnham combined on a six-hit shutout in Saturday's opener. McPherson struck out eight in seven innings and Burnham fanned two in two innings. It was the third consecutive Bison shutout.

The Bison scored the only run support needed in the first inning on a sacrifice fly by Hunter Heath.

OBU got on the scoreboard again in the sixth when Heath smoked a two-run home run to right.

Three more Bison runs crossed the plate in the seventh on a squeeze bunt by Dustyn Cook and RBI singles by Berghammer and Zane Gelphman.

OBU collected seven hits, including three by Berghammer and two by Heath.

Harding stopped OBU's scoreless inning streak in the second game with a run in the top of the first, but that was all they got off starter Tyler Gibson.

The Bison scored four in the bottom of the first on a three-run double by Juan Gonzalez, who then scored on a double by Heath.

OBU put eight runs on the board in the fourth inning. Nick Burnham had a two-run home run, Kevin Olmeda singled in two runs, Gonzalez had a sacrifice fly, Josh Timms added a two-run triple and Joseph Moran tacked on an RBI single.

The Bison posted 15 hits in the game, including three each by Heath and Moran and two apiece by Timms and Cook.

Gibson went five innings and collected five strikeouts for his first win.

Now 15-9 overall and 9-6 in the GAC, the Bison host Arkansas-Fort Smith before starting a seven-game road swing next weekend.