GREENVILLE, S.C. – A strong start by Furman pitcher David Dunlavey stifled the Kansas offense in a 3-0 loss on Saturday evening at Latham Stadium.

Dunlavey (3-7) completed all nine innings against Kansas (21-20) and struck out nine batters. On 125 pitches, he only walked one batter.

Kansas redshirt junior starting pitcher Ryan Cyr (2-6) also put forth a complete-game effort, though, only needing 95 pitches to complete eight innings against the Paladins (18-25). Cyr allowed three runs in his quality start, but didn’t receive any run support and was dealt a loss.

The Jayhawks were only able to record two hits off of Dunlavey, coming from junior shortstop Benjamin Sems and sophomore pinch hitter n>Tom Lichty. Both hits were singles.

The game was played at a brisk pace due to the pitching dominance, clocking in at just one hour and 54 minutes.