ST. MARY’S CITY, MD- The St. Mary’s College of Maryland baseball team (1-0) picked up their first win of the season this afternoon (Feb. 19th) against non-conference opponent Mount Saint Mary (0-2) in a six-inning contest. The final score was 16-6.
How It Happened
- St. Mary’s College grabbed an early lead, scoring the first six runs of the contest. The Seahawks were able to capitalize on a wild pitch to capture the first two runs of the game. In the second inning, Max Elliot was able to knock in a RBI double to extend the Seahawk lead early, 6-0. St. Mary’s was able to capitalize once again in the third inning off of a Dan Weeden RBI double. The Seahawks led 8-1 after three innings.
- The offensive explosion continued into the fifth inning, where the Seahawks scored three runs. George Berbakos came through with a huge RBI triple, while Garrett Pulliam and Derrick Booker both contributed RBI singles.
- The Seahawks finished with their foot on the gas, capitalizing off of some errors from Mount Saint Mary and scoring another three runs in the sixth inning. Tyson Johnson had a solid outing, pitching the full six innings, striking out four and recording a 2.00 era.
Inside the Box Score
- Derrick Booker and Garrett Pullium led the charge offensively for the Seahawks. Booker finished with two hits and two RBI’s. Pullium had three hits and contributed an RBI
- Tyson Johnson started on the mound for the Seahawks and went the full six innings, striking out four and posting a 2.00 era. Johnson faced 29 batters in his first win of the year.
Up Next for the Seahawks
- Feb 20 vs. New Patlz | 1:30 PM | Hawk’s Nest