UMBC baseball picked up an impressive 10-8 win in game one before falling in game two 7-4 on Saturday night. The Retrievers battled back from a 4-1 deficit in game one to win. The Dawgs had a 4-0 lead after one inning in game two, but the Hawks rallied for a 7-4 win.
The Retrievers cap a five-game home stand against second place Hartford on Saturday and Sunday at Alumni Field. UMBC is coming off a 6-1 win against Maryland Eastern Shore on Wednesday afternoon to move to 17-17, 3-9 AE on the year. The Retrievers need just three more wins for their fifth straight 20 win season dating back to the 2015 season and are just a game out of the final playoff spot in the America East behind UMass Lowell.
UMBC baseball got back into the win column with a 6-1 win against Maryland Eastern Shore on Wednesday night behind a big pitching performance from starter Tanner Esposito (Williamsport, Pa.). The rookie went six innings, giving up just two hits and one run in the win.
UMBC baseball dropped a 7-2 decision to cross-county rival Towson on Tuesday that saw the Retrievers collect just two hits. The Tigers scored two runs in each of the first two innings to put the Retrievers away early.
The Retrievers are back in Baltimore to kick off a five-game home stand, starting with Towson and Eastern Shore on Tuesday and Wednesday. UMBC comes into the midweek at 16-16 on the year, most recently dropping an America East series to UAlbany, 2-1 this weekend. The Retrievers won game one, but fell in the final two.
UMBC baseball held a lead early, but the Great Danes scored five unanswered runs to take a 7-2 decision in the series finale on Sunday. The Retrievers could only muster five hits in the contest, with Colin Casey (Ipswich, Mass.) collecting two of the five.
UMBC baseball picked up an impressive 7-1 win in game one of the double header, before falling in the nightcap, 4-3. The Retrievers were down as much as 4-0 in game two before a furious seventh inning rally fell just short.
UMBC baseball will head to the Capital Region for a weekend set with UAlbany on Saturday and Sunday, as the Retrievers look to improve upon their 15-14, 2-7 AE record after taking down Delaware, 7-4 on Wednesday night. UMBC used a two-run first inning to take control, with Stephen Schoch (Laurel, Md./Good Counsel/Appalachian State) picking up his second save of the year and 12th overall to set the career saves record.
Stephen Schoch (Laurel, Md./Good Counsel/Appalachian State) set the program record for career saves, going 2.1 innings for his second save of the season and 12th of his career. The Retrievers jumped on the Blue Hens early and never looked back to snap their two-game losing streak with Christian Torres (Miami, Fla.) leading the way with three RBI.
The Retrievers held a lead going into the sixth, but the Colonials scored four runs in the sixth to take control of the game in an 11-6 win on Tuesday. Senior AJ Wright (Cherry Hill, N.J.) hit two home runs in the game as the only Retriever with multiple hits in the contest.
UMBC baseball returns home after dropping two of three at Maine this weekend to fall to 14-13, 2-7 AE on the year. UMBC won the middle game of the three game set, led by a complete game, three hitter by Nick Trabacchi (Smithtown, N.Y.) in a 4-1 win. The Retrievers will host the Colonials at 6 p.m. before traveling to Delaware on Wednesday at 7 p.m.
UMBC baseball battled but could not overcome a three-run fifth inning from the Black Bears in a 9-2 loss on Sunday. The Retrievers were led by Blaze O’Saben (Warrenton, Va.) and Christian Torres (Miami, Fla.) who each had a pair of hits and an RBI in the contest.
UMBC baseball takes their eight game win streak into Orono, Maine to take on the Black Bears in a crucial America East series this weekend. The Retrievers are coming off a 9-3 win against Navy on Wednesday night to win their eighth straight contest and are averaging nine runs per contest over the streak and giving up just five runs per contest.
UMBC baseball got a balanced attack from the entire lineup in a 9-3 victory against Navy on Wednesday night. The win keeps their win streak alive at eight games. Four different Retrievers recorded multiple hits in the contest with Joe Milkowski (Lackawanna, N.Y.) driving in three in the fourth to push UMBC in front for good.
UMBC baseball has won their last seven games, going 8-2 in their last ten and sit at 12-11 entering Wednesday’s meeting with Navy at Alumni Field. The Retrievers are coming off a four-game sweep of Mount St. Mary’s this past weekend, that saw the Retrievers extend their win streak and have a winning record for the first time since the first weekend this year. Terrence Pinkston (La Plata, Md./McDonough/Norfolk State) and Tanner Esposito (Williamsport, Pa.) earned America East Player and Rookie of the Week honors on Tuesday for their efforts in a 6-0 week.
UMBC baseball completed the series sweep of Mount St. Mary’s, using a ninth inning rally to complete the sweep with three runs to take a 6-5 victory on Sunday. Colin Casey (Ipswich, Mass.) reached on a fielding error that allowed Christian Torres (Miami, Fla.) to score the winning run. Aaron Husson (Hawley, Pa.) threw two scoreless innings in the win.
UMBC baseball got a balanced attack on offense, coupled with strong pitching to sweep the double header against the Mountaineers on Saturday, winning the series and their sixth straight game. The Retrievers took game one 6-5, winning the nightcap 10-4.
UMBC baseball picked up their fourth straight win, getting a balanced attack from the lineup in a 9-4 victory in the series opener against Mount St. Mary’s. Christian Torres (Miami, Fla.) drove in three, including a big two-run home run to lead the Retrievers on Friday afternoon.
UMBC baseball concludes their six-game road swing with a four-game series at Mount St. Mary’s this weekend. The Retrievers are currently 2-0 on the road trip with wins at George Washington (14-12) and Coppin State (16-2) this week and are 8-11, 1-5 AE on the year.
UMBC baseball put up double digit runs for the second consecutive day, defeating Coppin State 16-2 and winning their third straight game on Wednesday. Christian Torres (Miami, Fla.) led the Retrievers with three hits and four RBI as he continues his hot start to the year.
UMBC baseball had to fend off rallies from the Colonials on Tuesday afternoon in a crazy 14-12 victory to start off their five-game road swing. Colin Casey (Ipswich, Mass.) was named America East Rookie of the Week earlier in the day, and continued his strong run of play driving in five runs in the win.
UMBC baseball will start a five-game road swing this week against George Washington and Coppin State in midweek action. The Retrievers are coming off a 2-2 week that saw a midweek win against George Mason (9-3) and going 1-2 against UMass Lowell this past weekend, sitting at 6-11, 1-5 AE on the year.
Colin Casey (Ipswich, Mass.) had the go-ahead RBI single in the sixth inning of game two to give UMBC their first America East conference victory of the year in an 8-5 win after dropping the opening game 8-2 against the River Hawks.
UMBC baseball dropped an 8-3 decision to UMass Lowell on Saturday afternoon at Alumni Field. The River Hawks put up a pair of runs in the second and third innings to take control of the game, using a four run fifth to distance themselves.
he Retriever baseball team returns to the diamond this weekend to take on America East foe UMass Lowell on Saturday and Sunday. UMBC is coming off a 9-3 win against George Mason on Wednesday that saw the Retriever bats come alive. The Retrievers mustered 16 hits in the contest using a four run second inning to take control early.
UMBC baseball collected 16 hits in a 9-3 win against George Mason on Wednesday afternoon. Christian Torres (Miami, Fla.) and Terrence Pinkston (La Plata, Md./McDonough/Norfolk State) each had three hits with Pinkston driving in two runs in the win.
UMBC baseball returns to Baltimore to take on George Mason on Wednesday at Alumni Field. Game time is moved up to 3 p.m., after originally being scheduled for a 6 p.m. start. The Retrievers are coming off a three-game sweep at the hands of America East rival Stony Brook last weekend. UMBC sits at 4-9, 0-3 AE on the year.
UMBC baseball rallied to within three runs after being down by as many as seven, but could not complete the comeback in an 8-5 loss to Stony Brook on Sunday. UMBC had two on in the ninth but left them stranded in the loss.
UMBC baseball dropped both games of their America East opening series with Stony Brook by scores of 4-3 and 9-3 on Saturday afternoon. UMBC held a lead in both games, but could not hold on. The Retrievers fall to 4-8, 0-2 AE on the year.