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Monarchs Clip Cavaliers at Harbor
ULL rallies past SLU,
Pepperdine downs Cal Poly, LSU nips Alcorn State
In Norfolk, Va., Connor Myers had two hits and
three RBI, and Nick Walker drove in a pair of runs as Old
Dominion upended top-ranked Virginia 8-1 Tuesday night before a
crowd of 2,937 at Harbor Park. The Monarchs (27-18), who held an
RPI of 29 entering the night, beat a top-ranked team for the
first time by building a 4-1 lead and scoring four runs in the
eighth. Brett Harris (1-1) tossed five innings with three hits
and one earned run, and Dean Ali, Conner Overton and Brad Gero
combined to allow one run in four innings of relief. John La
Prise had two hits and an RBI for the Cavaliers (37-9).
No. 3 Louisiana-Lafayette 6, Southeastern
In Hammond, La., Chase Compton had a two-run
homer in the top of the ninth to lift Louisiana-Lafayette over
Southeastern Louisiana. The Lions (27-18) scored three in the
bottom of the eighth to take a 5-4 lead. Seth Harrison had a
pair of sacrifice flies for the Ragin’ Cajuns (40-6). Greg
Milhorn (5-2, 2 IP, 5 H, 3 R, K) picked up the win, while Ryan
Wilson worked around two walks in the ninth for his fourth save.
Jacob Seward and Kyle Cedotal both had three hits, while Brett
Hoffman homered and scored twice for SLU.
Pepperdine 11, No. 4 Cal Poly 4
In Malibu, Calif., Brad Anderson was a triple
short of the cycle with two runs and three RBI as Pepperdine
handled Cal Poly. The Waves (31-9) scored multiple runs in each
of the first three innings in building a 7-2 advantage. Aaron
Barnett went 4 for 5 with a run, while Austin Davidson (3 for 4)
and Devin Carter (2 for 4) both drove in two and scored one for
Pepperdine. A.J. Puckett (1-2, 5 IP, 2 H, 1 UE, 2 BB, 7 K)
earned the win in relief. Jimmy Allen (2 for 4) went deep for
the Mustangs (36-8).
No. 6 LSU 9, Alcorn State 7
In Baton Rouge, La., Conner Hale belted a
three-run homer to cap a five-run eighth as LSU rallied past
Alcorn State. Ashton Lewis (3 for 5) had a three-run double to
highlight a five-run third for the Braves (8-37). The Tigers
(34-11-1) trailed 6-1 before Jake Fraley launched a pinch-hit
three-run homer in the bottom of the sixth to make it 6-4.
Alcorn State added a run in the top of the eighth for a 7-4
advantage. Tyler Moore had a two-out two-run homer in the bottom
of the eighth to make it a one-run game before Hale’s three-run
blast gave LSU its first lead. Nate Fury (2-1, 2 IP, 2 H, R, K)
picked up the win, while Brady Domangue pitched a hitless ninth
with a walk and a strikeout for his first save.
Seattle 6, No. 9 Washington 3
In Seattle, Cullen Hendrickson went 3 for 4 with
four RBI, and Chase Fields went 4 for 4 with a run as Seattle
beat Washington for the second time this season. Hendrickson had
a three-run triple as the Redhawks (21-19) scored five times in
the fourth inning. Grant Gunning (2-1) tossed seven innings and
settled down after allowing three runs in the first two innings.
Braden Bishop and Trevor Mitsui each had two hits and an RBI for
the Huskies (29-11-1).
No. 14 Texas 6, Prairie View A&M 3
In Austin, Texas, C.J. Hinojosa had a two-run
double in a three-run third as Texas topped Prairie View A&M.
The Longhorns (33-13) led 5-0 after three before J Sealy (3 for
5) had a three-run triple for the Panthers (18-25). Ben Johnson
had two hits and two runs for Texas. Lukas Schiraldi (6-2, 6 IP,
6 H, 3 R, 2 BB, 8 K) earned the win, while John Curtiss (1 IP,
H, BB, K) recorded his seventh save.
No. 20 Houston 8, McNeese State 2
In Lake Charles, La., Casey Grayson had three
hits and two RBI, and Frankie Ratcliff went 2 for 4 with two
runs and two RBI as Houston topped McNeese State. The Cougars
(33-12) totaled 13 hits but needed five late runs in the eighth
and ninth innings to pull away from the Cowboys (23-21). Andrew
Lantrip (4-0) allowed three hits and two unearned runs in 5.1
innings for Houston. Billy Sommers drove in two for McNeese
Dartmouth 9-5, Harvard 0-3
In Cambridge, Mass., Mike Concato tossed a
complete-game shutout in the opener, and Duncan Robinson tossed
six splendid innings of relief as Dartmouth swept a doubleheader
from Harvard to complete a four-game sweep to force a tie for
first in the Ivy League’s Rolfe Division with Yale. The Big
Green (11-9, 17-19) will face the Bulldogs in a one-game playoff
this weekend at Dartmouth. Concato (2-2) allowed seven hits and
struck out three, and Jeff Keller went 2 for 4 with a grand
slam. In the second game, Robinson (6-2) allowed four hits and
one run in six innings. Jake McGuiggan went 3 for 4 with a homer
and two RBI for the Crimson in Game 2 (5-15, 11-28).
East Carolina 1, North Carolina 0
In Chapel Hill, N.C., Reid Love tossed a shutout
with five hits and seven strikeouts to lead East Carolina past
North Carolina, the second time this season the Pirates have
beaten the Tar Heels by a run. Charlie Yorgen went 2 for 4 and
drove in the game’s lone run in the seventh to score Garrett
Brooks, who led off the inning with a single. With the win, the
Pirates improved to 12-6 in one-run games and 28-18 overall.
Taylore Cherry tossed six innings with eight hits and a run for
the Tar Heels (27-19).