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Baseball Adds Two Wins to Record After Doubleheader Against Lesley

Baseball Adds Two Wins to Record After Doubleheader Against Lesley

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Marymount University baseball team added two more wins to its record after winning both games in Sunday's doubleheader against Lesley University.

Game One

The Saints crushed the Lynx in a 11-0 decision in the first game where the Saints tallied 15 hits while they limited the Lynx to one. The Blue and White made their move in the bottom of the fifth inning when Alex Lemery and Ryo Fabre both doubled while Jimmy Baker and David Kurzrock singled. With Jordan Dickson and Bryce Smith walks and Ryan Lee's hit by pitch, the Saints scored seven runs. 

Three Saints, Lemery, Dickson, Ryan Maylie, registered two RBI while Fabre, Baker, Kurzrock and Robby Cable each added one RBI. Kenny Sysyn earned the win for the Saints with seven innings pitched and only one hit allowed. Sysyn struck out six batters before the end of the game.

Game Two

The second game featured an attempt at a comeback by the Lynx but the Saints held them off with their highest score all season, 19-11.

The Lynx started the game in the lead after the first inning ended with a 3-2 score. The Lynx didn't let that rest as they added another run in the top of the second. The Saints responded with a four-run inning, a six-run inning, and another four-run inning while they held the Lynx to the three runs scored in the first two innings. The Lynx didn't give up with six runs added in the top of the sixth but were unable to catch the Saints as they added another three runs in the bottom of the fifth.

Lemery led the game with five runs but Fabre, Dickson, and Cable each added three. Smith tied a career best with four RBI after a homer brought in Lemery and Cable in the bottom of the fourth inning. Meanwhile Lee set a new career best with three RBI.

On the mound for the Saints, Coleman Grehawick earned the win after two innings pitched and three strikeouts. Kyle Lewis, Jake Keding, Hunter Fries, and Brett Kelley each stepped up on the mound with Lewis adding three strikeouts and Kelley adding four, a career high.

The Saints are back at Nats Youth Academy on Monday, March 13, 2022 where Marymount will face-off against Lesley University another time. The game is scheduled to start at 11 am.