G1 Score: Nyack 8, PhilaU 6
G2 Score: Nyack 2, PhilaU 1
Nyack Record: 9-28, 5-12 CACC
PhilaU Record: 12-23, 5-15 CACC
Location: Suffern, NY | Rockland CC
SUFFERN, NY - The men's baseball team came out on top of a CACC DH sweep over Philadelphia University winning by scores of 8-6 and 2-1 yesterday afternoon and evening at Rockland CC.
How It Happened:
Nyack would take a 1-0 lead in the 2nd inning when Michael Langston doubled to right center scoring Dylan Schantz. The Warriors would extend their lead to 2-0 in the 5th when a Cole Tobin single scored Tino Pardo, who had singled and stole second base with 1-out in the inning.
Philadelphia would answer with a 5-spot in the top of the 6th to take a 5-2 lead. Nyack would answer immediately in the bottom half of the fifth when Langston delivered his 2nd double of the game, scoring Schantz from 1st to cut the lead to 2. Pardo and Tobin would deliver back to back 2-out, RBI singles to knot the score at 5-5.
Philadelphia would retake the lead in the top of the 7th, adding 1 run to take a 6-5 lead. Nyack would regain the lead in the bottom of the 7th when back to back bases loaded walks from Langston and Hilario Vidaurre gave Nyack a 7-6 lead. Pardo would drive in the Warriors 8th run with a sac fly to give Nyack an 8-6 lead after 7. Tony Campbell would settle in and retire the Rams in order in the 8th and 9th inning to give Nyack the win.
Tony Campbell collects the win pitching the final 3 frames allowing 1 earned and striking out 2. Jose Corrales pitched the first six innings for the Warriors, allowing 5 hits and 5 earned while striking out 5. Tobin, Pardo, and Langston would each register multiple hit, multiple rbi efforts in the win.
In game two, Nyack would strike first in the bottom of the first inning when Brent James delivered a 2-out rbi double to score former high school teammate Mike Langston.
Philadelphia would knot the game in the bottom of the inning with an rbi groundout and the score would remain 1-1 until the bottom of the 8th. Nyack would score the winning run on a failed pickoff attempt at first base that scored Tino Pardo from third.
Philadelphia would get the tying run to third base in the bottom of the 9th but Kyle Tedesco would strikeout the final batter of the game to secure the win for Nyack.
Nyack's pitching would be the story in game two as Zack Kamerman and Kyle Tedesco would combine to allow just 1 earned run, scattering 6 hits. Tedesco picks up his first collegiate win, putting up 5 scoreless frames to seal the win.
Nyack returns to CACC action this Monday when they travel to take on Concordia College at 3 PM. Visit the 2015 Warrior Baseball Schedule for further updates.