Baseball Sweeps Mount St. Mary’s With Saturday Win
Central Connecticut baseball closed out a weekend sweep with an 8-7 win on Saturday at Mount St. Mary’s in Northeast Convention motion at Straw Household Stadium. The Blue Devils took benefit of a six-run fourth inning and held off the Mountaineers to brush the three-game sequence.
Rating: CCSU 8, Mount St. Mary’s 7
Information: CCSU (22-11, 19-8 NEC), MSM (9-27, 5-18 NEC)
Location: Straw Household Stadium | Emmitsburg, MD
Pitching Report: W: Mozzicato (5-2) | L: Yetter (0-3) | Sv: Sabia (3)
- Mount took an early 2-1 lead following three innings earlier than CCSU broke the sport open within the fourth. Central had runners on first and third with one out when senior Dave Matthews singled to centerfield to tie the sport 2-2. Freshman Elliot Good adopted with an RBI single to drive in a run and provides the Blue Devils the lead. Junior Matt Bertochi adopted with a two-run double and junior Sam LOda had an RBI-single to make it 6-2. CCSU had seven consecutive batters attain safely earlier than Mount obtained the second out within the inning. With two outs, senior Buddy Dewaine drew a bases loaded stroll to make it 7-2.
- Mount obtained a run again within the fourth after which obtained a three-run homerun within the sixth to make it a 7-6 sport.
- Within the eighth, Bertochi and Loda each reached with one out to place runners on first and second. Devito singled up the center to usher in a run to make it 8-6.
- Ryan Fisher hit a solo homer within the ninth for Mount to make it 8-7, however CCSU would get a game-ending double-play to seal the win..
NUMBER TO KNOW
6 – Central has gone six straight video games with out committing an error defensively.
- Freshman Michael Torniero went 3-for-5 for CCSU. He scored two runs.
- Matthews added two hits and two RBIs, whereas Bertochi had two runs and two RBIs.
- Sabia tossed 1.2 innings for the save. He allowed a run on two hits with a strikeout and stroll.
- Freshman Anthony Mozzicato began and went 5.1 innings.
- Freshman Dominic Niman, sophomore Dylan Benton and junior Matt Shane mixed for two.0 innings of shutout aid.
- CCSU has gained 9 straight towards Mount St. Mary’s relationship again to 2019.
CCSU closes out the common season with a three-game sequence starting Thursday.