Three Boston College players, Tom Bourdon, Stephen Sauter, and Jimmy Dowdell – all had multiple hits as BC defeated Harvard 8-6 Monday afternoon. Five Eagle pitchers – Matt Alvarez, Austin Solecitto, John Nicklas, Nate Bayuk, and Nick Poore combined to strike out eight, walk six and give up six runs in the 8-6 victory over Harvard.
Final Score: Harvard 6 – Boston College 8
Rider vs. Maryland
Jake Stinnett received his first win of the year for Maryland in a strong seven inning, four hit, two earned run outing that put the Terps on top of Rider 6 -3. Maryland’s offense was led byCharlie White and Blake Schmit, each combining for two hits apiece and driving in half of Maryland’s six runs.
Final Score: Rider 3 – Maryland 6
Bethune Cookman vs. Miami (FL.)
In an in state match up that featured Bethune Cookman and The University of Miami, a David verse Goliath type of game, David prevailed. Montana Durapau went seven innings, giving up eight hits, walking one and allowing two earned runs in a 5-3 victory at The Light. The Bethune-Cookman offense was led by Josh Johnson, Chris Biocic, and Shaun McCarty, each contributing for two hits of the nine hit attack. The eighth and ninth innings were on lock with a one hit; three strike out and no runs performance from the Closer Jordan Dailey.
Final Score: Bethune-Cookman 5 – Miami (FL.) 3
Kennesaw State vs. Georgia Tech
Georgia Tech handled Kennesaw State easily with a 9-1 victory Monday afternoon behind the explosive day from First Basemen A.J. Murray 5 for 3 with an RBI and two runs scored. A joint committee for the Yellow Jackets – five pitchers – Zane Evans, Cole Pitts, Jonathan Roberts, Sam Clay, Josh Heddinger, and Devin Stanton – combined for seven strike outs, three walks, and allowed one run.
Final Score: Kennesaw State 1 – Georgia Tech 9
Virginia Military Institute vs. Virginia
A close call for the University of Virginia in today’s midweek matchup with Virginia Military Institute. The Hoos won the game 8-6 behind winning pitcher Trey Oest. Oest threw 5.1 innings, giving up seven hits, waking one, striking out seven and allowing five earned runs. The bullpen allowed four hits, struck out five and gave up just one run in 3.2 innings of work. Virginia’s offense was led by 3b Nick Howard totaling three hits and one RBI on the day. Kyle Crockett picked up his fourth save of the year striking out two of three hitters he faced.
Final Score: VMI 6- Virginia 8
North Carolina vs. North Carolina – Wilmington
The Tar Heels defeated UNC – Wilmington Wednesday night behind a stellar two hit, shut out performance by the Heels pitching staff – Chris Munnelly, Benton Moss, and Mason McCullough. Offensively – Cody Stubbs and Colin Moran combined for six hits, three RBI’s and four runs to pace the Diamond Heels to a 10-0 win.
Final Score: North Carolina – Chapel Hill 10 – North Carolina – Wilmington 0