POMONA, NY (April 26, 2013)
The men's baseball team swept a double header yesterday evening at Provident Bank Park by scores of 9-8 and 6-5 on senior night at Provident Bank Park. The Warriors improved their conference record to 8-11 on the season with the wins.
Cole Tobin would make it a 5-1 Nyack lead with a solo homer to right field in the bottom of the 3rd inning. James and John Kennedy would add rbi singles over the next two frames to give Nyack a 7-1 advantage after 6 innings of play.
USciences would add 7 runs over the next two frames to take a 8-7 lead of the contest heading into the bottom of the 9th. Cole Tobin would double in Kris Chatman to knot the game at 9-9. The game would remain tied until the bottom of the 12th when Jan-Pi Crespo started the 1-out rally with a line single to center field. Roe would successfully execute a hit and run on the next pitch to move Crespo to third base with one out. Senior TJ Briggs would walk the Warriors off in winning fashion after successfully pushing a bunt to the right side of the infield to score Jan-Pierre Crespo.
Senior Jon Colon picks up the win for Nyack after pitching a scoreless 12th inning. Erik Puterio got the start for Nyack, going 7.1 innings on a senior day start. Michael Teti would bridge the gap to get to Colon, pitching 3 innings of scoreless relief striking out 1.
Kennedy, Chatman, and Tobin would add 2 hits a piece and James, Crespo and Roe would also add 3 hits.
Nyack would get ahead early in game two with sac flies from Cole Tobin in the first inning and TJ Briggs in the 2nd to lead 2-0. UScience would add a run to make the score 2-1, but Eric Roe would answer with an rbi single in the bottom of the 4th to make it a 3-1 lead. Sciences would cut the score to 3-2, but Nyack would regain a 5-2 advantage: capitalizing on a USP error and another single from Roe. Nyack would extend their lead to 6-2 with a sac fly from Brent James.
Sciences would rally to make the score 6-5 heading into the top of the 9th, but Tony Campbell would come in to nail down another save and give Nyack the win.
Kennedy, Tobin, and James would each add 2 hits in the contest and Eric Roe would collect 3 hits and 2 rbi.
Matthias Westfall picks up the victory, pitching 7.1 innings and striking out 5 batters.
Nyack returns to action Monday against Dominican College in their final CACC game of the season at 3 PM at Provident Bank Park
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