Boston College sweeps a pair from CSU in baseballFebruary 18, 2006
By CSU Sports Information
|Junior first baseman Anthony Hayes|
CHARLESTON, S.C. - Boston College took advantage of five Charleston Southern first-inning errors and defeated the Bucs, 15-10, in game two of a college baseball doubleheader at Buccaneer Field on Saturday.
Boston College won game one, 5-2, behind the strong pitching of Terry Doyle, who allowed two runs on five hits in 6 2/3 innings of work.
Charleston Southern falls to 2-8 on the season and committing eight errors in game two and 11 errors in the two games combined.
In game one, CSU trailed 2-1 for most of the game before tying the game in the sixth. Boston College posted single runs in the seventh, eighth and ninth to take the victory.
CSU starter Ryan Sowers took the loss, falling to 0-2, despite his best pitching performance of the season. Sowers allowed three runs (one earned) on five hits in seven innings of work.
Junior first baseman Anthony Hayes had two hits, as did freshman shortstop Helio Burgos. Pacing the way for the visiting Eagles were Dave Preziosi and Jett Ruiz, each with two hits and two RBI in the first game.
In game two, CSU's mistakes led to six first inning runs for Boston College. CSU slowly pecked away at the lead, tying the game in the bottom of the fourth, 7-7.
Boston College responded with a six-run fifth inning and cruised to the victory. In all, only five of BC's runs in game two were earned.
CSU starter Josh Evans allowed seven runs (two earned) in 3 1/3 innings. DJ Throneburg (0-1), however, took the loss for the Bucs.
Boston College's second pitcher, Michael Wanamaker, earned the victory, allowing one earned run over 4 1/3 innings of work.
Hayes led the bucs with three hits and three RBI in game two. Designated hitter David Perkins added three hits, as did centerfielder Chris Krogmeier.
Charleston Southern returns to action on Friday, hosting Gardner-Webb at 2 pm.
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