HAMPDEN-SYDNEY, Va. - St. Mary's College of Maryland baseball (4-2) fell to the Hampden-Sydney Tigers (4-3) 7-1 on Saturday (Mar. 2) afternoon in their first road contest. The Seahawks and Tigers played eight innings due to darkness.
St. Mary's - 1, Hampden-Sydney - 7
How It Happened
The Tigers held a 4-0 lead through five innings and took starting pitcher Drew Sturgess out of the game. The Seahawks got on the board with their lone run of the game when Dillon Waters recorded a RBI single into right field, bringing home Bowen Plagge.
The Seahawk offense struggled to produce anymore runs, while the Tigers added three more for the victory.
Inside the Box Score
Up Next for the Seahawks
Mar. 3 vs. TBD at Hampden-Sydney
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