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For Immediate Release: March 12, 2005
Contact: John Hartrick (hartrick@binghamton.edu)
Phone: 607-777-6800

Binghamton baseball suffers doubleheader sweep at hands of Delaware State
Visiting Bearcats lose both games by identical 6-3 scores

Game 1 Box Score
Game 2 Box Score

DOVER, Del. - Delaware State (4-10) swept a twinbill from visiting Binghamton (1-5) Saturday afternoon at Soldier Field, winning both games by the same 6-3 score. The teams played a nine inning game followed by a seven-inning affair.

In game one, sophomore starting pitcher Zach Groh (Reading, Pa.) looked strong for five innings before being forced to exit with an injury. Groh struck out five and allowed just one run before the Hornets jumped on BU's bullpen for five runs in the final three innings.

Senior first baseman Jamie Boyer (Lancaster, Pa.) drove in two runs, and junior designated hitter Matthieu Bergeron (St. Celestin, Quebec) and sophomore left fielder Brendon Hitchcock (Laceyville, Pa.) collected two hits apiece.

In the second game, Boyer added two hits, including a solo home run, Bergeron drove in a run with an RBI double, and senior shortstop Keith Ford (Broken, Arrow, Okla.) picked up a pair of hits.

The two teams will play another doubleheader Sunday beginning at noon.

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