John Farrell (5-0) pitched a four-hit shutout Saturday as William and Mary earned its second straight 1-0 win at Northeastern.
Following Brett Koehler's gem the day before, the Tribe (15-8, 4-1 Colonial Athletic Association) again blanked the Huskies. Nick Berger, who also threw a four-hitter, took a hard-luck loss.
In the sixth inning, Derek Lowe singled, went to second on a groundout and scored on Ryan Brown's two-out single.
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U.Va.'s five-run eighth inning proved decisive in Game 1. Left-hander Kyle Crockett from Poquoson pitched the final two innings of the second game, retiring the final batter on a called third strike for his first save of the season. ...
The Hokies' Devin Burke fell to 5-1 while taking a loss to Hurricanes starter Bryan Radziewski, who struck out 16 -- the most by a Miami pitcher in 24 years. Tech fell to 17-7, 4-4.
Apprentice (20-4) swept a doubleheader against Tufts of Boston at War Memorial Stadium.
In the opener, Menchville High alum Devorn Lake and Hampton High alum Cody Seals drove in a run each to lead the Builders — ranked second in the U.S. Collegiate Athletic Association — to a 2-1 win.
In the nightcap, Apprentice won 5-2. The Builders (20-4) scored all their runs in the sixth inning after giving up two runs in the fourth inning. ...
Christopher Newport, fifth in Division III, split a doubleheader at Averett, losing the opener 2-1 and winning Game 2 4-0.
In the nightcap, Bryan Bierlein struck out five and gave up six hits in eight innings, and Lafayette High alum Ryan Fleischmann worked out of a bases-loaded, none-out jam in the ninth to pick up his ninth save of the season.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun