Bears Split With Marist

Bears Split With Marist

April 25, 2006

Box Score

Poughkeepsie, NY - A single to rightfield in the seventh inning by sophomore Jeff Dietz lifted Brown to a 7-6 come from behind victory over Marist on Tuesday. In a shortened game two, the Red Foxes defeated the Bears 5-1. Senior Danny Hughes tied the game at six all with a single to leftfield earlier in the seventh inning of the night cap after Marist tied the game with a run in the fifth. The night cap was called due to rain after the fifth inning as Marist scored all five of its runs in the fourth. Brown is now 12-21 overall on the season.

Hughes went 3-3 at the plate in game one, driving in three runs. Freshman Steve Daniels also went a perfect 3-3, scoring three runs. Junior Bryan Tews was 2-3 while Dietz went 1-3 with two RBI.

On the mound, senior Ethan Burton picked up the win, pitching 1.1 innings of hitless relief while sophomore Rob Hallberg recorded the save, shutting out Marist in the seventh inning.

The first three innings of game two went scoreless as the Red Foxes Josh Rickards went perfect. The Bears spoiled things in the fourth, however, getting a run off the bat of Hughes.

Marist posted its five runs in the bottom half of the innings off three hits and two errors to earn the victory. Junior Devin Thomas and Hughes each went 1-2 while Dietz and Tews were 1-3. Junior Paul Costa suffered the loss, giving up the five runs, four of them earned, in the fourth inning.

Brown will conclude its game against Rhode Island on Thursday at 4:30 p.m. The nine-inning game will resume at the top of the fifth with the Rams leading 9-6.