Shoremen Break Open Game Late In 11-1 Win Over Warriors

Shoremen Break Open Game Late In 11-1 Win Over Warriors

Dubbé Strikes Out Career-High Nine Batters and Offense Pounds Out Season-Topping 11 Runs and 17 Hits

FT, MYERS, Fla. – The Washington College baseball team broke open a 4-1 game with five runs in the top of the eighth and two runs in the top of the ninth to record a 11-1 win against Wisconsin Lutheran in a non-conference baseball game on Monday afternoon at Player Development Complex #5 at the Gene Cusic Classic.  Senior pitcher Logan Dubbé (Glenelg, Md./Glenelg) struck out a career-high nine hitters in seven innings of work, while the offense produced season-highs of 11 runs and 17 hits. 

Washington College 11 Wisconsin Lutheran 1

How It Happened
- The Warriors had runners on second and third with one out in the bottom of the first inning and looked to take the lead with Jake Grollo at the plate.  However, Grollo hit the ball to Logan Dubbé, who flipped the ball to Wes Robertson at the plate as he tagged out Jake Schwall to keep the game scoreless.  WC got out of the inning when Sid Lehman lined out Evan Hirschbaum at first base. 
- In the top of the third, Washington scored a pair of two out runs to take a 2-0 lead.  Aaron Barclay singled to right-center to drive in Robertson to make it 1-0.  On the play, Hirschbaum came home on a fielding error by Wisconsin Lutheran to make it a two-run play.
- Wisconsin Lutheran got on the board in the last of the fourth on a one out sacrifice fly to center by Ryan Michael to score Ryan Stancl
- The Shoremen answered right away with a two-run top half of the fifth.  With one away, Barclay doubled to center to chase home Robertson to make it 3-1.  Barclay would come around to scoring on a fielding error during the next at bat, which was with Charlie Meder at the plate to push the lead to three runs.
- Washington broke the game open with five runs in the top of the eighth to push the lead to 9-1 and tacked on two more in the top half of the ninth to extend its lead to 11-1.

For The Shoremen (5-6)
-Hitting: Barclay (3-for-5, two RBI), Chris Kramedas (2-for-3, two RBI), Robertson (2-for-4, two runs), Joe Lozupone and Joe Otto (2-for-4), Hirschbaum (2-for-5)
-Pitching: Dubbé (win 2-0, seven innings, six hits, one run, one earned, two walks, nine strikeouts), Mike Bartels (one inning, one strikeout), Austin Perry (scoreless ninth inning with two strikeouts)
-Washington had a season-high 17 hits and drew three walks, while leaving nine on base.
-The Shoremen had one error in the game, but it did not lead to an unearned run for the Warriors.

For Wisconsin Lutheran (1-1)
-Hitting: Brock Vredeveld (2-for-3)
-Pitching: Dylan Knoespel (loss 0-1, four-plus innings, seven hits, three runs, two earned, two walks, seven strikeouts)
-The Warriors had six hits, drew two walks as they left seven on base.
-Wisconsin Lutheran had three errors in the game, leading to two unearned WC runs.

- Kramedas tallied his first career two-hit game.
- It was the first meeting between the two schools on the baseball diamond this afternoon.

Up Next
3/14 v. Scranton (2) – 12:00 p.m. (Ft. Myers, Fla. – Gene Cusic Class)
- First-ever meeting between the two programs in baseball.