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two late to down Dartmouth
Nathans homers twice and drives in nine for
Fairfield, UCLA goes to 18-0
Daytona Beach, Fla., Bethune-Cookman scored two unearned runs in
the bottom of the seventh to snap a 2-2 tie and defeat Dartmouth
4-2 Thursday evening at Jackie Robinson Park, winning for the
10th time in the past 11 games under head coach Mervyl Melendez
(right). Emmanuel Castro homered in the second to give the
Wildcats (14-10) the early lead. The Big Green (5-7) tied it in
the third on a run-scoring double by Ennis Coble. Matt Wright
went deep in the bottom of the frame to give B-CU a 2-1 lead.
Coble’s RBI single in the top of the seventh evened it at 2-2.
Castro singled and scored the go-ahead run in a two-run bottom
of the seventh for the Wildcats. Chris Anselmo (2-0) earned the
win in relief. Juan Perez allowed one hit over the final two
scoreless innings with two walks and five strikeouts to record
his fourth save. Jake Carlson went 4 for 5 with a run for the
Big Green. Kyle Hendricks (1-2) went the distance for Dartmouth,
allowing seven hits and two earned runs in eight innings with
one walk and seven strikeouts.
Fairfield 24, Hartford 18
In West Hartford, Conn., Tucker Nathans hit two
home runs and drove in a school-record nine as Fairfield
outscored Hartford. Nathans went 4 for 7 with two doubles and
four runs. Ryan Furbeck (4 for 6) tied a school record with five
runs for the Stags (7-9). Jason Rago (5 for 6, 2 R, 2 RBI) was a
home run short of the cycle for Fairfield. The Stags scored five
in the first and seven in the third to take a 12-3 lead.
Fairfield added one in the sixth, three in the seventh and
eighth, and five in the ninth. The Hawks (3-8) scored 13 in
their final four at-bats. Mike Aldrich went 4 for 5 with five
RBI for Hartford.
No. 7 UCLA 11, Cal Poly 7
In Los Angeles, Cody Keefer had a career-high
five RBI to lead UCLA past Cal Poly at Jackie Robinson Stadium
in the opener of their three-game series. The Bruins (18-0)
continued their best start in school history. Keefer was 3 for 4
with two runs, while Blair Dunlap went 4 for 5 with two doubles
and two runs to extend his hit streak to 13. UCLA scored three
in the first, three in the third and five in the fourth in
building an 11-0 lead. Gerrit Cole (6-0) allowed two hits and
three runs in five innings with seven walks and seven
strikeouts. The Mustangs (7-13) put up three in the fifth and
four in the seventh. Mitch Haniger had a three-run double in the
seventh for Cal Poly.
Gonzaga 23, Utah Valley 12
In Orem, Utah, Mark Castellitto had three home
runs with seven RBI as Gonzaga outscored Utah Valley. The
Bulldogs (9-12) scored eight in the third and six in the fifth
on its way to a season high for runs. Castellitto (5 for 7, 5 R)
had a three-run shot in the first, a two-run blast in the fifth
and another two-run dinger in the sixth as Gonzaga sprinted to a
20-6 lead. Chris Sturdivant and Sean Wilson both went 3 for 5
with two runs and three RBI for the Bulldogs. Drew Heid (2 for
5, 3 R) and Cameron Edman (3 for 5, 4 R) both went deep for
Gonzaga. Chris Benson and Jake Rickenbach both had four hits and
two runs for the Wolverines (6-9).
Webber International 9, Ohio State 0
In Babson Park, Fla., eight Webber pitchers
combined to home Ohio State to four hits in the shutout. The
Warriors (18-16) scored one in the first, three in the fifth,
two in the sixth and three in the seventh. Billy Farrell had
three hits and knocked in two for Webber. Chris Griffin, Ryan
Dew, Ryan Cypret and Shawn Forsythe each had one hit for the
BYU 12, UNLV 11
In Provo, Utah, Alex Wolfe went 4 for 5 with two
homers, four runs and three RBI as BYU edged UNLV in the opener
of their Mountain West series. Drew Beuerlein (2 for 3, 3 RBI)
had a two-run homer in the top of the eighth to pull the Rebels
(0-1, 14-9) to within one at 10-9. Brandon Relf (3 for 5, 2 R)
went deep and Brandon Ayoso (1 for 4) added a run-scoring double
to plate Wolfe in the bottom of the frame to give the Cougars
(2-2, 9-11) a 12-9 advantage. R.J. Arnold (2 for 4) had a
two-run blast in the ninth, but UNLV came up one run short. Ryan
Bernal (2 for 4) also homered for BYU.
Stetson 5, Northwestern 4
In DeLand, Fla., Jeff Simpson had a two-run
triple in the sixth to lift Stetson over Northwestern in the
opener of a four-game set at Melching Field. Kurt Schluter had a
two-run double in the first for the Hatters (10-13). The
Wildcats (5-15) tied it with a pair in the third. Simpson (2 for
4) had a two-run triple and scored on a wild pitch in the sixth
as Stetson took a 5-2 lead. Chris Lashmet had a two-run double
in the seventh for Northwestern. Arby Fields had three hits and
a run for the Wildcats. Aaron Crittenden went 3 for 5 with a run
for the Hatters.
Washington 7, Dallas Baptist 4
In Dallas, Chase Anselment had a pinch-hit,
three-run triple to break a 4-4 tie and cap a four-run ninth as
Washington rallied past Dallas Baptist in the opener of their
three-game series at Patriot Field. The Patriots (14-8) scored
one in the seventh and two in the eighth to take a 4-3 lead. The
Huskies (9-10) used two walks and an error to load the bases in
the ninth before Doug Cherry (4 for 5) had a base hit to tie it
at four. Anselment came off the bench to clear the bases with
his triple to left center. Pierce Rankin had a two-run double in
the first and a homer in the sixth as UW took a 3-1 advantage.
Ryan Enos, who scored in the second, went deep in the seventh
for DBU to make it 3-2. Austin Knight added a two-run homer in
the eighth as the Patriots took a 4-3 lead.
Boston College 7, Holy Cross 4
In Chestnut Hill, Mass., Garret Smith had a
two-run double to cap a six-run fifth as Boston College beat
Holy Cross at Eddie Pellagrini Diamond at Commander Shea Field.
Robbie Anston went 3 for 4 with two runs for the Eagles (8-12).
Matt Perry had two hits, including a double, two RBI and one run
for the Crusaders (4-8).
(photo courtesy of Bethune-Cookman Media