The dominance of the University of Maryland-Eastern Shore continued today as Georgia
Southern University won both games of the double-header.
The first game started modestly enough, with the Eagles (6-1) ahead 4-3 after the third inning.
But five unanswered runs over the next four innings spelled defeat for the Hawks. GSU won 9-3.
Junior catcher Chase Griffin was the MVP of the game going 3-5 with four RBI and two runs.
Freshman first-baseman Ryan Cleveland was 2-3 with three RBI.
Game two wasn’t as close; in fact, it was almost over before it began.
Six runs were scored by GSU in the first inning – four of them coming off the bat of senior
outfielder Stryker Brown. Brown hit his third homerun of the season on a high-flying ball that
carried just far enough over the fence to pat the very base of the foul pole in right field for a
After that, the rest of the game was more of a formality.
The Eagles won 10-1 and improved their record to 6-1 with the two wins today. The team will
look to sweep the Hawks as they face UMES one last time tomorrow at 1:30 p.m.