Colonials Fall 11-4 To Dayton In A-10 Road Opener
Colonials struggle in first A-10 road game to fall to 6-1 in conference play
April 9, 2010
WASHINGTON, DC - The George Washington University baseball team hit the road for the first time in conference play Friday afternoon in Dayton, OH and lost their first conference game by the score of 11-4. The Colonials still sit at 6-1 on conference play.
Junior Brendon Kelliher continued his hot streak and went 3-4 fir the Colonials and drove in a run and score one of his own. Seniors Tom Zeborski, Chris Luick and Chris Holland each had two hits to lead the Colonial attack. Holland scored two runs of his own and Luick scored a run of his own in defeat. Sophomore Stephen Oswald also drove in a pair of runs on an eighth inning two-RBI single in the Colonials three-run eighth.
The Flyers were led by center fielder Mitchell Nelson who went 3-4, including his second home run of the season. The Flyers even their overall record at 15-15 and moved to 4-3 in conference play.
The two teams will face off again as the Colonials send junior Joe Richardson to the mound with a first pitch at 1:00 p.m.
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