WILLIAMSBURG, Virginia. – First-year scholar RJ Gross sales pitched six shutout innings as UNCW hit a season-high 4 house runs in a series-tying 10-0 win at William & Mary on Saturday.
The Seahawks pushed their document to 13-9 this season because the Tribe noticed their five-game profitable streak snapped to 10-10.
Gross sales (2-1) allowed six hits and walked three whereas extending his shutout streak to 13.2 innings. He blocked 9 runners on base, together with two innings with runners within the corners.
Jac Croom led 4 Seahawks with two hits apiece. Croom hit his second house run of the season within the fourth inning and added a brace within the sixth. Including house runs for the Seahawks was Taber Mongero, Matt Suggs and Ethan Baucom. Brooks Baldwin and Dillon Lifrieri each added two hits.
W&M starter Casey Inexperienced (0-3) took the loss for the Tribe, permitting six runs on 4 hits and a pair of walks in 4.2 innings.
David Hogarth paced W&M, which blocked 12 runners on base, with two hits.
Mongero homered to guide the sport for the second consecutive outing.
How did it occur: UNCW bought all of the runs it wanted on simply 5 pitches within the sport when Mongero homered on a 3-1 providing from Inexperienced. Baucom hit left to make it 2-0 within the second set. The Seahawks opened the sport with six runs by the center three innings.
Contained in the field rating: The shutout was fourth for the Seahawks this season… Tribe landed their first hitter on base 5 instances, was 1 for 12 with RISP and 1 for 9 with two outs… Bryce Cota and Noah Overton allowed three hits in three shutout innings.
House runs:UNCW: Taber Mongero (2, led the sport), Ethan Baucom (4, one out, empty bases within the second), Jac Croom (2, one over, one over within the fourth), Matt Suggs (3, one on, two on the seventh)
following: The collection ends with a primary throw at 1 p.m. on Sunday.
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