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MARYLAND BASEBALL ESCAPES UMBC WITH 3-2 WIN IN 11 INNINGS
Ian Carman's single in the fifth drove in the first of UMBC's two runs.
UMBC scored their only two runs in the fifth inning as UMBC loaded the bases with one out. Ian Carman singled to centerfield, one of his two hits on the day, to score Joe Fowler. Mike Scheffel grounded out allowing Steve Russo to score UMBC’s other run.
Kyle Wildasin, who made his 70th career appearance, tying for the all-time mark for appearances in a career for UMBC, went 6.0 innings allowing six hits, no runs, one walk and three strikeouts.
Wildasin was backed up by sensational defense as Scheffel after catching a fly out gunned down
Jon Pavlis pitched a scoreless inning for UMBC in the seventh and Blake Phipps entered in the eighth with UMBC leading 2-0. Phipps hit the first batter he faced as Jarosinski reached first. Jarosinski made it around to third base with two outs and scored on a wild pitch to half the UMBC lead.
In the ninth a single by Matt Maropis and double by Elliot Singlitary tied the game, sending it to extra innings. In the top of the 11th Will Frazier hit a single down the left field line to score Singletary for the game winning run.
Dan Blewett took the loss, going the final 2.0 innings allowing one run on two hits. Seth Overbey captured the win pitching the final 2.0 innings for
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