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Mike Mergenthaler was selected by the San Francisco Giants during the MLB Draft Wednesday, one day after junior shortstop Adam McConnell was picked by the Los Angeles Dodgers.
A sixth-inning error led to three La Salle runs which proved to be the difference in La Salle’s 7-5 victory Sunday afternoon at Pitt Field.
Richmond scored eight runs in the fourth inning before adding one more in the seventh to defeat La Salle, 9-2, Saturday at Pitt Field.
Starter Brett Williams went 8 innings as Richmond took the first game of a critical weekend series from second-place La Salle.
On a rainy Friday evening, the Spiders lost the opener of a three game conference series with the University of Rhode Island 3-2.
This weekend as I watched the Richmond baseball team take on St. Bonaventure University, I was reminded of my childhood.
The Spiders scored two runs in the bottom of the ninth inning, the last of which came in the form of a walk-off single from senior Billy Barber.
Throughout my nearly four years at the University of Richmond, I have witnessed some of the most prolific teams in school history. And the school’s successes in athletics are not limited to the (modest) money-making sports such as football and men’s basketball.
The baseball team is using its out-of-conference schedule to prepare for its Atlantic 10 Conference schedule which starts on April 1.
Darkness forced Tuesday’s baseball game to be called after 10 innings despite Richmond and VMI tied at six, Richmond’s first tie since 2008.