The Judges were on the wrong end of a one-hitter by the Pride.
The Judges dropped the opener, 11-4, but bounced back in the second game, 11-7, as sophomore Luke Hall became the third different Brandeis player to drive in six or more runs in a game this season.
Scott Ziegler had an RBI double, but it was just one of four hits for the Judges.
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After driving in 13 runs and scoring 13 with four home runs and 1.000 slugging percentage, Mike Khoury was named UAA Hitter of the Week for the first time in his career.
For only the third time in program history, the Judges have scored 10 or more runs six times in a span of seven games. Junior Victor Oppenheimer led the run-scoring parade by crossing the plate six times in two contests.
Mike Khoury hit two homers in a 20-3 loss to the Cougars, but came back with a grand slam in a 10-3 win.
Alex Parrott drove in six runs in support of Greg Tobin, who allowed just one earned run in 6.2 innings.
Dan Frey had the most RBI in a game by a Judges since at least 2003, thanks in part to a go-ahead grand slam in the fourth inning.
Dan O'Leary had his second home run of the season in the slugfest as part of a 2-5 performance with three RBI
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