The Lafayette Leopards pulled out a 2-1 victory over the Penn Quakers in ten innings. Dave Dreshsel drove in Kevin Leasure with a one out single in the top of the tenth. John Fugett pitched a perfect ninth and tenth to get his second victory of the year. Penn’s Doug Brown got the loss by giving up two runs over his three innings of work.
The Florida State Seminoles finally lost a game after starting the season with a 23 game winning streak. Jacksonville University took advantage of two errors in the third inning to score four unearned runs to lead the Dolphins to the 5-3 victory. Former FSU player Ryan McArdle hit a two run double in that third inning to give the Dolphins the lead for good. The attendance for tonight’s game was 3,109 which is a record crowd at Alexander Brest Field. The Seminoles will host Boston College for a weekend series while Jacksonville hosts Kennesaw State in conference action.
The Maryland Terrapins scored nine runs in the third inning to blow out the VCU Rams by a score of 17-2. The Terps offense was led by Will Greenberg who went 4-4 with 3 RBI. Mike Sufczynski picked up the win by going two innings and giving up one run. Cody Eppley picks up the loss for VCU by giving up nine runs in 2.1 innings of work.
Kyle Davis had a pinch hit bases loaded single in the bottom of the ninth to lead the Delaware Blue Hens to the walk-off 9-8 victory over St. Joseph’s. David Slovak picked up the win after pitching the top of the ninth in which he gave up a run. The win was Slovak’s first of the season while Chris Prescott picks up his third loss of the season. Delaware will be back in action on Friday when Hofstra visits town.
The Eagles got their fourth straight victory with a 9-5 victory over Louisiana-Monroe on Tuesday evening. Michael Ewing got three hits to lead the offense while Todd McInnis got the victory by going 3.0 innings on a staff night.
New Orleans 14 Tulane 2
The Privateers used a thirteen hit attack to hammer the Tulane Green Wave 14-2 in non-conference action on Tuesday. T.J. Baxter went 3-4 with four runs scored and four driven to lead the offensive charge.
Texas A&M 10 Rice 9 (11 innings)
The Aggies picked up a very tough 10-9 victory over the Rice Owls on Tuesday. The Owls will be back in action on Friday when they visit Southern Miss for a weekend series.
Memphis 17 Middle Tennessee State 3
The Memphis Tigers blew out Middle Tennessee State 17-3 on Tuesday. Bill Moss went 3-3 with four RBI and three runs scored to lead the Tigers to the victory.
James Madison 12 Marshall 4
Matt Townsend hit two homers and drove in five runs to lead the Dukes to the 12-4 victory. The teams will face off on Wednesday.
UAB 7 Troy 6
The UAB Blazers used a great relief appearance from James Oliver who entered with the tying run on second and the winning run on first with one out in the eighth but was able to get out of the jam and pick up his first save of the season.
Bluffton University has decided to continue their season effective March 30th when they face Mount St. Joseph of Cincinnati. The players decided this was the best thing to do according to president James Harder.
The UNC Tar Heels picked up a 10-2 victory over the Towson Tigers behind a three hit game from Tim Fedroff. Adam Warren picked up his fourth victory of the season by going five innings while only giving up a run.
Western Carolina 6
Western Carolina used a five run sixth inning to upset the Clemson Tigers by a score of 6-3. The Catamounts were led by catcher Blake Murphy who went 2-4 with two RBI. D.J. Mitchell hit a two run homer to lead the Tigers.
The Virginia Cavaliers used a 13 hit attack to pick up their 20th victory of the season over the Richmond Spiders. Brandon Guyer went 4-6 with 4 RBI to lead the Cavs to the victory. Pat McAnaney picked up the victory by going five strong innings while giving up only one unearned run.
Wake Forest 6
Ohio University 4
Willy Fox hit his fourth homer on the year and Dustin Hood went 3 for 4 to lead the Deacons to the 6-4 victory. This win broke a five game losing streak for the Deacons and gave them their 12th win on the season.
Boston College and Central Connecticut State had their game canceled due to the unplayable field conditions throughout the Northeast. They will try to make up the series later this year on a date yet to be determined.
The UNC-Wilmington Seahawks picked up a solid 6-2 victory over the Camels of Campbell. Seth Frankoff gave the Seahawks seven strong innings while giving up two runs which were unearned. Matt Holt led the offensive attack with three hits and three runs driven in. The Seahawks will be back in action Friday when they head to Old Dominion while Campbell will look to snap a nine game losing streak when conference foe Belmont visits on Friday for a three game set.
The Citadel Bulldogs picked up a 8-3 victory over Winthrop on Tuesday evening. Matt Reifsnider picked up his first collegiate victory by going 5.0 innings while giving up three runs. He combined with Raymond Copenhaver and Link Saunders to pitch the final 6.0 innings without allowing a run. The Citadel offense was led by Zach Brown who went 2-4 with a homer. Winthrop was led on offense by Billy Froehlich who had a perfect night in getting a hit in each of his three official plate appearances while walking in his other at-bat. The Citadel will host Elon for a weekend set starting Friday while Winthrop faces Wake Forest on Wednesday in Rock Hill.