Parrack (0-5), who started on the mound for the Demons (11-26), struck out six batters and walked only one Bulldog (13-24), but took the loss when two runs scored in the second inning on two throwing errors.
With one out, Kody Neel reached and advanced to third base on a throwing error from NSU catcher Nick Purdy that ended up in the right field bullpen. He stayed at third base when while Cory White hit a chopper to third baseman Edwin Gomez that ended up being low on his attempt at first base.
Neel scored on a single through the right side from Bre’shon Kimbell, and White scored from third base on a balk. Parrack went on to retire 12 of the next 15 batters he faced.
Brinson was four-of-four at the plate, and was the only Demon to have a multi-hit game.
Northwestern State out-hit the Bulldogs nine to four.
NSU will continue a suspended game against Louisiana-Lafayette on Wednesday at 6:30, and admission is free. The game will pick up in the top of the fourth inning with a Ragin Cajun 3-0 lead with a runner on first and second with no outs.