POMONA, N.Y. – The University of the Sciences baseball traveled to Dominican for a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) doubleheader on Sunday afternoon.
The Devils actually had more hits than the Chargers, 12-11, in a 16-8 game one loss.
USciences struck first on Jordan Stennett's RBI single in the top of the first, but Dominican came right back with six runs in the bottom-half and the Chargers led by at least four throughout.
Jake Patridge pitched four innings of scoreless relief in the nightcap, coming on in the fifth after Dominican had scored 10 runs in the first four frames, and the freshman held the Chargers to just one hit. He struck out three, against one walk and one hit by pitch.
Stennett had a career-high four hits in game one, the first career four-hit game for the freshman. He had a triple and a double, and he also drove in two runs and scored twice.
Nate Steele also reached base four times, as he recorded his third three-hit game of the year to go along with a walk, RBI and run.
Dezzi then went 3-for-5 in the nightcap to finish the doubleheader with five hits.
Brian Magee had two hits in game two, to go along with a walk, and he also had a hit, run and RBI in game one.
Patridge reached base twice via a hit and a walk in game one, while Hiro Mizutani picked up his first career collegiate hit.
Mizutani then reached base twice in the nightcap on a hit and a base on balls, to go along with an RBI and run scored.
Notably, Tom Gallagher picked up his first career collegiate hit on an RBI double in game two.
University of the Sciences closes out its 2018 season with an 11 a.m. doubleheader at Bloomfield on Wednesday.