The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

College Sports

May 4, 2013

Concord to play for WVIAC title


Concord 6, Fairmont State 3

CU:    000    321    000    —    6 8 0

FSU:    000    030    000    —    3 7 1

CU: Tyler Coyle and T.J. Brockway, Brandon Costa (9), FSU: John Fox, Corey Lilly (5) and Jeff Fansler. WP — Coyle. LP — Fox. Hitting — CU: Andrew Seigel 1-3, Devin Smith 1-4, Ryan Johnston 1-3 (rbi), Joey Miller 1-4, Bret Blevins 2-3 (rbi), Jerrod Groves 2-2 (rbi), Brockway (rbi), FSU: Jeremy Walter 2-4 (rbi), Trevor Funk 1-3 (rbi), Randy Tallhamer 1-4, Tyler Barnette 1-4, Tyler Lucas (run), Nick Breen 1-4, Josh Wine 1-4 (2b, rbi).

Records: CU: 35-18; FSU: 23-25.

Game 9

Seton Hill 13, Charleston 2

The Seton Hill offense continued to soar, scoring at least one run in the initial seven innings en-route to a 13-2 win to eliminate Charleston in the opening game of day three of the 2013 WVIAC Baseball Tournament Friday.

The Griffins (39-14) pounded out 18 hits in the game, led by a 4-for-5 game from Jackson Boyd. WVIAC Player of the Year Nick Sell provided three RBIs for Seton Hill, while Mick Cima scored three runs and finished the game a perfect 3-for-3 with two RBIs.

The Griffins received a dominant effort from their pitching staff as Brett Sullivan earned the win after limiting the Golden Eagles (20-29) to only five hits and two runs. He fanned four batters in six innings. Relief pitcher Logan Urtz took the mound in the seventh and struck out five while allowing three hits in as many relief innings.

Robert Collin led Charleston at the plate, batting 2-for-4 and driving in the Golden Eagles two runs. Tyler Shreve took the loss after allowing nine hits and seven runs.

SH:    321    122    200    —    13 18 1

C:    000    002    000    —    2 8 1

SH: Brett Sullivan, Logan Urtz (7) and Mike Cima, Jonathan O’Neill. C: Shreve, Itnyre (4), Ciolfi (7), Catlett (9) and Iacovone, Kirk. WP — Sullivan LP — Shreve. Hitting — SH: Brendan Costantiono 2-6 (R, 2 RBIs), Pat McCarthy 2-5 (R, RBI, 2B), Nick Sell 2-4 (2R, 3 RBIs, HR), Mike Cima 3-3 (3R, 2 RBIs, 2B, HR), Josh Forbes 3-5 (2 RBIs), Jackson Boyd 4-5 (R, RBI), Brad Comport 1-3 (2 R), Ryan Hayden 1-3 (R). C: Foster 1-4 (R), Collin 2-4 (2 RBIs, 2B), Hill 1-4 (2B), Johnson 2-4, Rein 2-3 (R).

Records: SH: 39-14; LC 20-29.

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