The Judges turned a triple play in the fourth inning and took the lead in the bottom of the frame, but the visitors used two big innings. The loss snapped Brandeis's five-game winning streak in the final game of their seven seniors.
Dylan Britton allowed just three hits in seven innings of work, but two costly errors allowed the host Hawks to score three runs in the seventh, and another in the eighth opened the floodgates. Pat Seaward had a couple of hits for the Judges.
Sophomore 2B Tommy McCarthy hit .562, highlighted by a 4-for-4 performance against Framingham State, while CF Amanda Genovese set the Judges' single-season stolen base record with half of her schedule remaining.
With six innings of nine-hit ball, senior Dylan Britton improved to 3-2 on the season with win over the Rams. Liam O'Connor matched his career-best with three RBI, while Tommy McCarthy had four hits and a walk.
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Dylan Britton and Kyle Brenner combined for a six-hitter, while rookie Max Hart had two hits, including a double that led to his scoring the game-winning run as the Judges knocked off the No. 20 team in the d3baseball.com poll.
(photo from MLB) The Judges' most successful pro athlete continued to build his legacy with a six-inning, two-hit performance against the USA in the World Baseball Classic. Puerto Rico hung on to upset the Americans, 4-3, giving Figueroa the win.
The Judges fell behind by a large margin early in a 13-5 loss to Washington U., and battled back-and-forth with Emory before suffering an 8-6 loss to the defending UAA champs. Rookie Liam O'Connor had three hits and three RBI in the second contest.
Tommy McCarthy had his first career home run, Dylan Britton allowed one earned run in nine innings and Pat Seaward delivered the game-winning hit in the top of the 10th inning as the Judges moved to 2-1 in UAA play.