Immediate Release: May 6, 2006
Game 1 Box
In the opener, Hartford scored the game's lone run in the bottom of the seventh inning, spoiling yet another outstanding performance from sophomore pitcher Zach Groh (Reading, Pa.). Groh (4-2) retired the side in five of his seven innings and allowed just three hits. But in the decisive seventh frame, the Hawks put together back-to-back singles with one out and ended the game with a sacrifice fly to right field.
Groh, who leads the nation in earned run average, struck out eight and walked none. His ERA moved up slightly from 0.75 to 0.82. In 54.2 innings this spring, Groh has allowed five earned runs and has 60 strikeouts against just 12 walks.
The Bearcats were held to four hits in the game.
game two, senior pitcher Jarrod
Rampey (Rochester, N.Y.) scattered seven hits in six innings,
but five of those were for extra-bases and the Hawks stretched
a 1-0 lead with two-run home runs in each of the fourth and fifth
innings. Binghamton managed just five hits and never had more
than one in an inning.
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