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BASEBALL DROPS ANOTHER TIGHT GAME, FALLS 4-3 IN EXTRA FRAMES AT GEORGETOWN
The baseball team dropped its third straight (2-7), as Georgetown (10-6) scored a run in the bottom of the tenth inning to defeat the Retrievers, 4-3, in Washington, DC.
UMBC played a flawless game in the field and picked up 12 safeties. The Retrievers built a 3-2 lead through seven innings, buoyed by a pair of RBI hits by right fielder Mike Scheffel. But the Hoyas scratched out a run in the eighth on a two-out infield single.
The Retrievers loaded the bases with just one out in the tenth, but Joe Fowler hit into a 6-3 double play.
Zach Clark and Kyle Wildasin both pitched well, with Clark allowing 2 earned runs in 5 innings, and Wildasin permitting a pair in his 4.1 innings of work. Wildasin (0-2) suffered the loss.
Scheffel, second sacker Ian Carman, Tom Rinaldi and Alex Laddbush all had a pair of hits for UMBC.