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UMBC BASEBALL SCORES SEVEN IN SEVENTH INNING IN 11-1 WIN OVER MOUNT ST. MARY’S
Zach Clark's hit streak was extended to 12 games on Tuesday Night.
Baltimore, Md. – The UMBC Retrievers (10-23) baseball team knocked 17 hits and tallied a seven run seventh inning en route to an 11-1 win over Mount St. Mary’s (13-22) on Tuesday night at The Baseball Factory Field at UMBC. Kyle Wildasin (
Wildasin worked through the first two innings perfect before giving up his first hit in the third as the Mount led off with a walk to Matt Eiden and single by Danny Fowler. Wildasin and some stellar defense worked the Retrievers out of the inning unscathed as Wildasin struck out Jim Serafin and first basemen Isaac Friedel (Wall, N.J./St. Rose) came home with grounder hit to him, throwing out Eiden at the plate.
UMBC tallied 11 hits in the first six innings scoring four runs before opening up the offense in the seventh as 11 Retrievers came to the plate, scoring seven runs. UMBC’s biggest hit of the inning came with bases loaded as Brian Moran (
The Mount’s only run came in the top of the seventh as Serafin scored on a throwing error by the Retrievers. The Mount scattered four hits in the game as Justus Yocum, Stephan Fay, Joe Kotula and Fowler all recorded hits. Craig Henson took the loss going the first 4.2 innings allowing three runs on nine hits. The most damage was done to Steve Stoner, who allowed all seven runs in the seventh, going 0.2 innings.
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