Wednesday, April 04, 2007

VMI knocks off UVA

The VMI Keydets pulled off an upset on Tuesday night over the Virginia Cavaliers in front of the largest crowd in VMI Baseball history. Chris Henderson started for VMI and pitched 7.2 strong innings while only giving up two runs to the high powered Cavalier offense. Henderson's record goes to 3-1 on the season. Robert Crumpler went 2-4 as he was the only Keydet to record multiple hits in the game. He was followed by Corey Bachman who got the final four outs by giving up two hits and no runs to get his second save of the season. Virginia reliever Jake Rule got tagged with the loss by giving up four runs in the sixth inning while only getting one out. His record drops to 2-2 on the season. Brandon Marsh, Sean Doolittle, and Brandon Guyer all went 2-4 in the losing effort. UVA will be back in action on Friday when they host Duke while VMI is back in action on Wednesday when they head across the state to visit Virginia Tech.

VMI Recap

UVA Recap

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