WGarrett Simpson (1-0)
L.: Griffin Green (2-1)
BLACKSBURG – Virginia Tech baseball team Wright State failed to cool off the bad bats as the Hokies suffered their first defeat of the season 11-5 at England’s Union Bank Park Park.
Four hits in Tech’s first offensive line, fifth-year second baseman Eduardo Malinovsky Leading the team, in their fifth home run of the season, Virginia Tech (7-1) won their first 3-0 win. Jack Harley After a five-step walk, Tech opened the scoring by stealing a second base and scoring a goal. Sam Ticket RBI single covering hockey leader.
Wright State (1-6) responded immediately to the tech launch with five consecutive singles Griffin GreenHockey changed to a 6-4-3 double, winning the game 4-4. Zane Harris left the visitors 5-4, one-and-a-half ahead, following the RBI double for the Raiders’ sixth entry.
Green Day beat Luke Arnold to finish in the third inning, and then Patrick came on to score on a sacrificial fly.
Tech remained untouched until the Fifth Inning High School short stop. Tanner Schobel Winning the Infield single, it opened the door for a 6-4 deficit for hockey players. After choosing to single-handedly move Harley Shobel – extending his hitting length to eight consecutive games – squeezing the tech run back into the wild and RBI assessment Cade hunter On the fifth day of the race.
However, Wright State’s Gherig Anglin returned with a six-run in-six home run. Henry WeakerRaise the Raiders’ lead to 8-5.
Tech was silenced by Garrett Simpson before Wright State showed three eighth-inning races against the Hockey Bulpen. Simpson ordered four strikes on four and two thirds of the relief innings, winning hockey and hitting three times.
All but four of the Raiders’ 19 hits on Friday were eight singles and had a lot of success. Tech relief Graham Firovd During the three and two thirds of the relief period he recorded six strikes, although he was paid for five runs, all of which were won.
Virginia Tech will be looking to bounce back on Saturday, March 5, in a series of midweek matches against Wright State.